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Miha Māori ‒ Māori Mass

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Join us for our Sunday mass in Te Reo Māori.

Meditation in the Christian Tradition

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Join our ancient form of contemplative prayer, deeply anchored in the teachings of the ancient Christian traditions of the Desert Fathers and Mothers. All are welcome.

Mass / Morning Prayer

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Join us for a contemplative morning mass to start the day.

Craft Group

Our Lady's Home of Compassion 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Join us for our weekly craft gathering. For more information contact ph. (04) 383-7769 or events@compassion.org.nz

Mass / Morning Prayer

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Join us for a contemplative morning mass to start the day.

Meditation in the Christian Tradition

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

Join our ancient form of contemplative prayer, deeply anchored in the teachings of the ancient Christian traditions of the Desert Fathers and Mothers. All are welcome.

Taizé

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

A reflective time with simple songs and scripture that brings us to stillness and silence in these unquiet times. Everyone is welcome.

Quiet Days

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

In these unquiet times, let’s gently reflect on insights from the life and works of Meri Hōhepa Suzanne Aubert and, in peace, draw fresh strength and hope. There is no fee, however, a koha is greatly appreciated.

Taizé

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

A reflective time with simple songs and scripture that brings us to stillness and silence in these unquiet times. Everyone is welcome.

Quiet Days

Chapel 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay, Wellington, New Zealand

In these unquiet times, let’s gently reflect on insights from the life and works of Meri Hōhepa Suzanne Aubert and, in peace, draw fresh strength and hope. There is no fee, however, a koha is greatly appreciated.