About us

At Church of the Saviour, we are Called Together To Glorify, Go, Grow, Gather and Generosity for Enabling People to Become Lifelong Followers of Jesus Christ in Blockhouse Bay and beyond.

We aspire to live out purpose by:

We are connected in

We are dependent on God through prayer to make things happen.

We keep it simple

We seek to do a few things well… less events and more ministry in the natural rhythms of life.

We’re all in the same boat

We are all on a journey of transformation. We celebrate momentum over destination and inspire through grace rather than shame.

We glow in the dark

We realise that God has called us to represent Him at home, in our communities, with friends and in the world’s dark places.

This is not our party

This is Jesus’ party and we are His followers, privileged to prepare the party and invite the guests. We design our environments to not only be relevant for us, but for those who have yet to come.

We don’t do it alone

We do life together in groups, ministry in teams, and serve our community in partnership with others.

We pass the baton

We invest in the next generation and give influence to emerging leaders, allowing us to stay effective for generations.

We are a salad, not a soup

We are intentionally diverse, believing that the mix of generations, ethnicities and cultures help create the rich unity Jesus prayed for.

We count the change

As the agents of God’s redemption on this broken planet, our effectiveness is measured by both personal and community transformation.

We have been to the Book

We go first to the Bible for everything we do. We consider serious and intentional application of Bible teaching to be of the utmost importance.


The church invests in local mission to our community and also in global mission.

We support mission both globally and locally through the Auckland City MissionChurch ArmyAnglican Trust for Woman and ChildrenAnglican Missions BoardNZCMS, amongst others.


We are an Anglican Parish of Blockhouse Bay belonging to the Anglican Diocese of Auckland


We are a member parish of Anglican Community of St Mark