Christmas Services 2022

All welcome to our Christmas 2022 services here at TMC and at St Luke’s Northcote.


Saturday 24 December           Combined Christmas Eve Service for St Luke’s and TMC at St Luke’s, Greenslade Crescent, Northcote                                       9pm

 Led by Rev Peter Norman and George Taukava    Followed by refreshments.      

ST LUKE’S SERVICES  Greenslade Crescent Northcote

Sunday 25 December   Christmas Day Combined with OCC

                               at 172 Hinemoa St Birkenhead (ex St Andrew’s)           9.30am

Sunday 1 January    Combined St Luke’s and OCC at St Luke’s

led by George Taukava                                                                                         9.30am 

 Sunday 8 January   Holy Communion –  led by Rev Peter Norman

Music and songs led by the Taukava Family.                                                    9.30am


Sunday 25 December             Christmas Day Service led by Rev Peter Norman                                                                                                                                                   9.30am         

 Sunday 1 January                    Holy Communion led by Rev Peter Norman  10.00am 

Sunday 8 January                      Morning Worship  led by Rev Barry Jones  10.00am 

Youth market

All welcome to our Youth Market event where local students from the Youth Enterprise Scheme will be displaying their wares. You can peruse or purchase but bring some cash preferably coins if you wish to buy.

Join us for our next organ fundraiser

Stop Press: Due to covid this concert has had a last minute programme change. The performers will now be Margo Knightbridge, mezzo soprano, her accompanist, Rosemary Cooper, and two guest artists, Lee Martelli-Wood and Catherine Martelli pianists. Everything else remains the same – 4pm Takapuna Methodist Church Sunday 15 May and a joyous programme of Autumn Airs.


Let’s connect through kai!

Neighbours Day Aotearoa 2022 will be encouraging people to connect through kai. This could be sharing a cuppa, fresh produce, a recipe or hosting a picnic or BBQ. Whether the intention is big or small, it all makes a difference.

To kick things off people are encouraged to share a favourite recipe.

This could be a whānau favourite, your aunty’s special chutney, a secret (or potentially not!) curry dish, or your most-loved cake. We’ll then share your recipe throughout the land for people to try, share, and enjoy within their communities. Submit your recipe easily by completing the online form or email it to