Welcome to the Anglican Parish of Kaiapoi – Serving our district for over 150 years


St Bartholomew's Church

Apr 30

Welcome to the Anglican Parish of Kaiapoi – Serving our district for over 150 years

Kaiapoi Anglican Parish

Ash Wednesday Service

Mar 1


We warmly welcome you to the Anglican Parish of Kaiapoi.  We are part of a group of Anglican churches that include  Kaiapoi, Eyreton, Ohoka and Clarkville.

We seek to be followers of Christ who are fully committed to God, to each other and to the community that we live in and serve.

We believe that people matter to God and they matter to us. It is our prayer that you will find a warm spiritual home among us.

Learn More About Our Parish by reading our About Page.

Check out our Church Service times on our Worship Page.

Friend us on Facebook at Kaiapoi Anglican.

Our refurbished Hall at 23 Cass St, Kaiapoi is ready to be hired out to community groups.
Please contact the office if you would like to know more about hiring our hall.

Upcoming Events 

Join us at Easter in the Parish of Kaiapoi

Palm Sunday  (April 9)                

9:15am at St Bart’s, Kaiapoi & 11am at St Alban’s, Ohoka

Maundy Thursday  (April 13)    

7:30pm at the Kaiapoi Co-Operating Parish (53 Fuller St)

Good Friday   (April 14)                

10am at St Alban’s Ohoka            Reflections around the Cross

Easter Sunday   (April 16)            

10am at St Bart’s, Kaiapoi           Easter Celebration Service

The next BATA & AAW run Book Fair will be on:

Friday, 26th and Saturday, 27th of May
10am-2pm in St Bartholomew’s Hall, Cass St, Kaiapoi

Donations of good quality used books are very welcome.


4 Comments added

  1. Hayley 20th August 2016 | Reply
    How can I donate books? Is there a number that I can call please?
    • Anglican Parish of Kaiapoi 26th August 2016 | Reply
      Hi Hayley - if you contact the parish office we can let you know when the drop off times are for our next book fair.
  2. Lesley Campbell 5th February 2017 | Reply
    Hi Two weeks ago we attended a service. Glenda was the officiating priest. We brought along my mother, Mary Durham, who is a former parishioner. She now lives at Annaliese Haven rest home and is in the Betty Wing (dementia care). Glenda asked me to contact you by email as a reminder that my mother would greatly appreciate having visits from church members. She has been a life long Anglican and former organist. Some days she is very confused. Thank you for your help Lesley Campbell
    • Elaine Clark 19th March 2017 | Reply
      Lesley, thank you for your patience this morning. I was really pleased that you and Mary returned for our All Age Worship and I can only hope that you were inspired by the worship of our young people. We are really blessed to have a lovely group of youngsters who want to make such a joyful noise to the Lord!

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