The Peace and Social Justice Group would like to draw your attention to the Arms Legislation Bill currently before parliament, and encourage you to either support the submissions of more specialist organisations or send in an individual submission.
The Auckland Unitarian Church is an open, progressive and welcoming faith community. We walk diverse spiritual paths to find purpose and meaning in our lives, but we are united in our belief in the inherent worth and dignity of every person.
Whatever your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.
Rev. Clay Nelson is our minister. Some Sunday sermons are delivered by members and guest speakers.
Auckland Unitarians are looking for a leader to create and lead a youth group in our community.
Our vision is that in these times of high anxiety around climate change, increasing inequality and racial tensions, that our community is able to stand as a source of hope and spiritual inspiration and support. We believe that for young people in Auckland, there is a need for such a community
We would be able to provide a curriculum, or the youth leader could develop their own, as long as it was in line with Unitarian–Universalist principles. The group would be expected to meet in the church building in Ponsonby, on a weekly or fortnightly basis.
The Auckland Unitarian Church is an open, progressive and welcoming faith community. To learn more about our community and values, please look around this website, or follow Auckland Unitarians on Facebook.
are seeking a motivated, compassionate early childhood teacher to
help us build our preschool children’s
programme. We are looking for someone to provide safe, welcoming,
developmentally appropriate care for infants and toddlers (up to age
5) during Sunday morning services, to ensure a safe environment for
children and allow parents to participate fully in church life.
Interactive Station: The Tree of Life or the Tree of Enlightenment.
The Tree of Life appears in almost every faith, but it could be the Jewish Old Testament tree in Eden, the Christian, Mormon or Baha’i Tree of Life, the Bodhi Tree of Enlightenment of the Buddhist, The Norse tree of Yggdrasill, the Oak tree of the Druid or the Fig tree of Hinduism.
All are pictures of the archetypal Sacred Tree, a metaphor for the source of life and connecting all forms of creation.
One-day-only exhibition: Saturday 6th July, 12.00 noon to 4.00pm.
A variety of artists with different influences and views on a common theme of spirituality, illustrating the very many ways art can be spiritual.