WORSHIP

All visitors are welcome to our historic church in Napier's central city.

Weekly Sunday services at 10am.

Jazz Vespers - 3rd Sunday of month, Nov to April. 

 

CONTACT

32 Clive Square East, Napier

Postal address: P O Box 4088, Marewa, Napier 4143, New Zealand)


Phone: 06-835 8163

 

office@trinitynapier.org.nz

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The Mission of Trinity Methodist Church Napier is 

 to demonstrate God’s unconditional love through friendship, outreach and service in the community.

Welcome

Welcome to Trinity Methodist Church located by the beautiful Clive Square Gardens in central Napier, Hawke's Bay, Aotearoa-New Zealand. Built in 1876, Trinity is now the only city-centre church to pre-date the 1931 Napier earthquake.

 

It is a fine example of colonial wooden church architecture. The historic organ was built in 1910 by

J E Dodd (of Adelaide, Australia); its mechanical ‘tracker action’ has been retained. The church interior was remodelled in 1956, with minor alterations since.

 

We seek to demonstrate God’s unconditional love through friendship, outreach and service in the community. We are an inclusive faith community (irrespective of age, gender, sexual orientation or culture); where faith can be explored, our spirituality nurtured, and engagement in discipleship and social service within the Napier community.

 

We host performances, weddings and other special events.

 

We are part of the Methodist Church of New Zealand.

Our listing on the Methodist Church of New Zealand website

Minister: Rev'd Tony Franklin-Ross  

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Praying
Religious Objects

Worship Service: 10am Sundays

All visitors are welcome.

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Jazz Vespers every 3rd Sunday (Nov - April)

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