Hororata Parish is nestled under the Nor-west Arch in the heart of rural Canterbury.

 Our lovely parish offers spiritual comfort and real compassion all year round to whoever asks or is in need. Rev. Jenni spends much of her time reaching out to the wider community as an integral part of our ministry is beyond the church walls. Please give Rev. Jenni a call, she will always make time for you. We also offer activities and friendship in regular get-togethers throughout the year

 

REGULAR CHURCH SERVICES

Every Sunday, 9:30 am

St Johns Church, Hororata

1st & 3rd Sundays,  11:00 am

St Andrews of the Glen Church

 

CHRISTMAS SERVICES

 

TWINKLE TOTS

Thursdays during School Term

Time: 9.30 am - 10.00 am

Held at Hororata Primary School Library

Pre-schoolers can explore creativity through music and join with other toddlers at play. Parents and carers can catch up, have a cuppa and make new friends

Parish Op Shop

Thanks to the generousity of our community we offer high quality clothing and accessories  

Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Hours: 10am - 2pm

Location: Hororata Community Hall

5 minute walk from the Hororata Cafe

 

All proceeds are put towards pastoral care

 

 

 

 

 

LOCAL PARISH INSPIRED EVENTS

 

Annual Hororata Parish Spring Fair


Art & Soul Dinner and Art Auction

 

 

 

KNIT & NATTER 

Thursdays 10 am-11.30 am

Meet at St Andrews of the Glen Church, Glentunnel for a cup of tea, coffee, and a healthy chin wag. There is also a bit of needlework done as well. Everyone welcome.

 

WEDDINGS, BAPTISMS, FUNERALS

A full range of services is available in our local community churches.

ABOUT HORORATA PARISH

Faith. Kindness. Community. Respect. These are the cornerstones behind Hororata Parish.  Our first wooden church built in 1875 established on the ideals of giving everyone a chance to gather as a community, learn, grow, and define their own religious identity through sharing. Today our community reflects the diverse use of the land and those who look after it. Some are 6th generation descendants of the earlier settlers and others are recent arrivals involved in local farming activities, or commuting to work in Christchurch or neighbouring towns.

Hororata in effect means the place of landslip (“
horo”) by the rata (a native tree).

GET TO KNOW OUR VICAR

The role of a vicar in a small community is immensely important.  Jenni has been ministering to the spiritual well-being of our parish for the last 10 years.  Along with being our Fire Chief, much of her time is spent in service to local families.  Our vicar is also part of the team of volunteers that host Hororata Highland Games, Night Glow and the local family favourite, the Hororata Parish Spring Fair. 
Please give Jenni a call if you need help and/or assistance.

224 Hororata Road. HORORATA, 7572

Phone. 021706544