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As our name suggests, the parish lies within the lower North Island's Kapiti Coast, named from the island that has played a significant part in New Zealand history, especially as far as the tangata whenua (the Maori people) are concerned.

Our membership is open, welcoming and affirming, accepting of everyone, not just the main uniting denominations.

The parish mission statement is a simple one:

We commit to following the loving example of Jesus.

This ethic governs our worship and encourages our members to move out from the church into the community, giving service to others and helping address social issues.

Look around the website and meet minister Cornelia Grant, find out about service times and all the church and community activities, learn how counselling services are provided or what you can buy from (or give to!) the Thrifty Place op shop, organise a baptism, even book a hall for your own function.

 

 'At Church and in Sunday School at St James in Paekakariki, Kyon learned how much Jesus loves her and how He gives her His armour to protect her. She read about it in Ephesians 6: 10-17 and even made and dressed up in some of the armour.'

Kyon

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