Parish and Mass Information

3 March 2013

Most churches continue to operate as usual after the various earthquakes

Below is a list of the the alternative arrangements where Mass is being celebrated for those churches that are damaged

Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament

The Cathedral Parish is now located at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral, 373 Manchester Street.  You can view the Mass timetable by clicking here.

Burwood

The Burwood Church has been demolished.  The former Burwood Parish is now part of the new Mairehau Parish

Dallington

The Dallington Church has been demolished.  The former Dallington Parish is now part of the new Mairehau Parish

Korean Catholic Community

They are celebrating Mass at St Teresa's Church, Riccarton with Mass on Sunday at 12noon and 1.30pm.

Leeston

Sunday Mass is being celebrated in the St John Ambulance Rooms, High Street, Leeston at 10am.

Thursday evening Mass is also celebrated there.

Lincoln

Due to earthquake damage, Sunday Mass is being celebrated at the St Stephen's Anglican Church, Lincoln at 8.30am and at Rolleston 5pm in the Church of the Resurrection, Brookside Road, Rolleston

Lyttelton

The Lyttelton Church has been demolished.  The former Lyttelton Parish is now part of the new Ferrymead Parish

Mairehau

Sunday Mass is being celebrated in the parish hall.

New Brighton

Mass is celebrated in the St Mary's Parish Centre, Lonsdale St on Sunday at 10.30am .

Papanui

Sunday Masses are now celebrated at St Gregory's Church, Cotswold Ave - at the same times (Saturday Vigil 6pm, Sunday 8.30am, 10am and 5pm.  Weekday Masses will continue as per normal although the Papanui Masses will be in the parish centre).

Rangiora

Sunday Masses will be celebrated in the Chevier Centre, next to the Church.

St Albans

Sunday Masses are being held as part of the new Bryndwr Parish in the Parish Hall: Saturday (Vigil) 5pm and Sunday 9am and 10.30am.