Talofa lava, Kia Orana and Welcome
We are the Pacific Islands' Presbyterian Church, comprising of Samoans, Tokelauans and Cook Islanders'. Ole Ekalesia Perepereane Samoa ma Tokelau, ma le atu Kuki.
is to teach that "Christ is the Head of the Church and we are servants to do His work" through our languages and cultures.
Samoan: O Iesu ole Ao ole Ekalesia, a'o tatou o ana auauna e galueina lona finagalo.
Cook Islands: Kia Apii - Ko Iesu Mesia te Upoko o te Ekalesia. Ko tatou te au tavini no te rave i tana au angaanga.
is that we continue to be a thriving and welcoming church for the community.
Samoan: Ia avea le PIPC Newtown o se Ekalesia ola ma fiafia mai iai tagata.
Cook Islands: Kia riro PIPC Newtown ei ngutuare ariki e Te umumumuanga no te ititangata.
In the early 1950s Pacific Islanders, including many Cook Islanders and Samoans, began to migrate to Wellington, and worshipped at different parishes. Some worshipped at the Terrace Congregational Church under the guidance of Rev. Lloyd Gammon and his assistant, Pastor Roro Rongotaua. Others worshipped at the Cambridge Terrace Congregational Church.
Other Community Services
Summertime Services timetable
9:30 am Cook Islands
11 am Combined
12:30 pm Samoan
|Rev Perema Leasi is the Interim Moderator during the process of 'calling' of a new Minister
|Rev Nathan Parry was appointed Convenor of the Ministry Settlement Board in April 2018 in preparation for the 'calling' of a new Minister.
More information & documents.
|Our FACILITIES are available for hire. Your enquiry is welcomed
|Kia Orana from the COOK ISLANDS GROUP.
Ko Iesu Mesia te Upoko o te Ekalesia. Ko tatou te au tavini no te rave i tana au angaanga