MOUNT ALBERT
METHODIST CHURCH

Welcome to Mount Albert Methodist Church

Our regular service is at 10am every Sunday

About our church

We are called to welcome diversity, nurture community, and develop faith into action.

Te manaaki i te kanorau, te manaaki i te hapori, me te whakahanake i te Whakapono ki te mahi.

We are a welcoming faith community which reflects love and, connects with God through Jesus Christ.

We’re part of the Auckland Methodist Synod, and Te Haahi Weteriana o Aotearoa – The Methodist Church of New Zealand.

Services and events

Our regular service is at 10am every Sunday at 831 New North Road, Mount Albert. This service usually lasts about one hour and is followed by a shared morning tea.

The young people of Mount Albert Methodist are led by volunteers who bring their various creative gifts to illustrate Christian principles and texts to children from 0 to 18 years of age. The tenets of Christianity are offered to the children, who can make their own choices in consultation with their parents regarding what these should mean to them. The children regularly lead church services, and design their contributions themselves guided by the Sunday School teachers. Younger children are able to play in the crèche area with puzzles, books, and colouring-in equipment during the first half of the service, and then all go out to their activites during the second half. These activities are held both together and divided into Senior, Junior, and Infants classes. Nappy change facilities are located in the unisex bathroom in the church foyer.

Ōwairaka Community Club

Open 3 days per week, Monday to Thursday 8.30 – 3.00

We are a Creative and Social space for people with lived experience of mental health issues/tangata whai ora. Offering a varied programme of creative and wellbeing activities.

Mount Albert Methodist Church Choir

Our enthusiastic and accomplished choir conductor, Mark Rosser, encourages a motley band of talented amateurs to perform works such as Johannes Brahms ‘Requiem’, Andrew Carter ‘Benedicite’, Camille Saint-Saëns ‘Oratorio de Noël’, Felix Mendelssohn ‘Elijah’, and many, many others! The choir is a high quality but relaxed and welcoming ensemble that provides spiritual support for the congregation and has fun doing so.