Ki te Ingoa o te Matua, me te Tamaiti, me te Wairua Tapu

Welcome to St Michael and All Angels

Photo: Alistair Kinniburgh

We seek a

New Vicar

St Michael and All Angels is looking for an experienced Anglican priest who will partner with the congregation to grow new connections with the central city, to cultivate our long-standing relationship with St Michael’s Church School, and to sustain and develop the liturgical worship which we treasure.

For more details click here

Current COVID-19 Policy

The COVID-19 traffic light system has now been retired. The following is our current church policy regarding COVID-19:

Mask wearing is optional.

Hand sanitizers are available for use on entering the church, during and after the service. We encourage you to use it.

Please be aware that not everyone will be willing to touch others during the peace.

During communion, you may receive in one kind (Consecrated Bread), both kinds (Consecrated Bread and Wine, either by drinking or intinction),

Please place donations in the collection plates at the back of the church as you come in or leave.

Welcome

St Michael and All Angels is a lively, inclusive Anglican church and a beautiful sanctuary of peace in the centre of Ōtautahi Christchurch.

We are an Anglo-Catholic parish seeking to renew people for their lives in today’s world through rich worship, spiritual formation, engagement in the arts and music, and acts of compassion.

Whatever your faith, background or beliefs, you are welcome in this place.

Photo: Alistair Kinniburgh
Photo: Julanne Clarke-Morris

Worship With Us

Sunday

8:00 Said Mass
10:00 Sung Mass (with Choir)
19:00 Choral Evensong and Benediction
Except the fourth Sunday of the month, where there is a non-choral evening service.

Midweek

Monday – Friday
12:35 Mass

Special Services

Special services, including Christmas and Easter, will be announced on the news page.

Location

Detail of ikon in pilgrim chapel. Photo: Joshua Black

News and Features

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Fr Peter writes:

A few weeks ago in my parish letter I invited anyone who would care to email me with their reflection on how they experience the presence of the Risen Christ changing them. I received these two letters, the first from Philip Richards and the second from Peter Toon. I thought othe...

Streaming

Connect with us on Facebook to watch our services live and view previous services. We currently stream Sunday masses.

You can watch our most recent service below. For videos of recent services and the text of sermons click here.

Mass, The Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 25 September 2022, St Michael and All Angels, Christchurch, New Zealand.