We aspire to be a vibrant, relevant, dynamic, missional Church

We look to the future with excitement and hope as the Body of Christ in the Auckland Diocese. Our region is graced with over 100 churches offering a diverse range of worship styles from contemporary to traditional and everything else in between. We offer new and exciting avenues to explore faith outside the physical church, so you can connect with God in different ways that suit you. Go ahead and explore this site to find out what’s happening in your Anglican community…. there is so much to discover!

Covid-19 Alert Levels 4 & 2

 

Auckland is at Alert Level 4 while the rest of New Zealand is at Level 2. The diocese falls across the Auckland boundaries so please check this map to be sure which zone you are in.

Level 4 means:
  • Stay at home in your bubble
  • No gatherings of any size, including weddings, funerals, tangihanga, cremations and burials
  • Wear a face covering when you leave your home
  • Keep 2 metres from others in public
  • Keep scanning QR codes or recording where you go
  • Wash hands frequently and thoroughly
  • Cough and sneeze into your elbow
  • Clean surfaces, especially commonly used surfaces
  • If you feel unwell or have been in a location of interest, isolate yourself from others and get tested. Call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice.
Level 2 means:
  • Everyone can return to work and school but must follow public health rules
  • Gatherings can have up to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors, including weddings, funerals and tangihanga. These limits should take into account physical distancing of 2 metres
  • Keep 2 metres from others in public and in gatherings
  • Wear a face covering when you leave your home. Face coverings are strongly encouraged at church gatherings
  • Keep scanning QR codes or recording where you go. Churches must provide ways for people to record their visit
  • Maintain good physical and venue hygiene practices
  • If you feel unwell or have been in a location of interest, stay at home and get tested. Call your doctor or Healthline on0800 358 5453 for advice.
Please follow these instructions and check here for diocesan updates and FAQs.
For Government guidelines, click here.

 

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