Welcome to the website of the Anglican Diocese of Auckland
A Diocese seeking to be a vibrant, relevant, dynamic, missional, spiritful Church.
We look to the future with excitement and hope as the Body of Christ in the Diocese of Auckland. On our website you will find information about the life of the Diocese, its places, and the people who are part of it.
The Diocese covers the area stretching from North Cape, across the Hauraki Plains including the Coromandel Peninsula and south to the regions surrounding the Waikato River. Within this area you will find over 90 Anglican Parishes, Mission Districts and Local Shared Ministry Units. Anglican clergy also serve as chaplains in schools, hospitals, prisons, universities and military establishments. There are a number of significant social service agencies making care available to the 1.5 million people who live within the Diocese.
None of this ministry would be fulfilled without the thousands of hours given so freely by volunteers who are part of these places of worship and mission.
Nau mai, haere mai. A warm welcome to all.
The May edition of the Diocesan newsletter, Addendum, is now available here.
The Diocesan Resource Centre has moved
The Diocesan Resource Centre is no longer located in St Stephen's House. It's new premises are in Holy Trinity Cathedral and can be accessed via the Paterson Entrance on Parnell Rd. Find the Resource Centre through the doors and head to the right down the corridor and up the stairs on the right.
The opening hours of the Resource Centre have also changed. View the Resource Centre page for the new opening hours.