Opoho Presbyterian Church is a friendly, multigenerational church, in the suburb of Opoho above the Botanic Gardens in Dunedin, New Zealand.
We welcome all people interested in living an abundant life in God, through following Jesus Christ.
We embrace and enjoy a diversity of views, always seeking answers and welcoming questions.
We meet on Sundays at 10 and at other times. Come and join us!
The God we gather to worship calls us to share the good news Jesus Christ brought us, and to help each other become part of what God is doing around us, being actively involved in the life of our community and nurturing each other in a fellowship of accepting love.
10 a.m. every Sunday morning -
50 Signal Hill Road
What's on in March and April
4 April ~ Easter Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Graeme Munro, Communion
8 April ~ Thursday 2 p.m.: Fellowship Group, Morrison Lounge
8 April ~ Thursday 7.30 p.m.: Bible Book of the Month: 2 Peter, 129
Signal Hill Road
11 April ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Paul Ranby
18 April ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, Mary Somerville
20 April ~ Tuesday 7-8.30 p.m.: Poems Prayers Psalms Prose – an
Opoho writers’ group, Salmond College Chapel, 19 Knox Street
25 April ~ Sunday (ANZAC Day) 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Anne
2 May ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Graeme Munro,
6 May ~ Thursday 7.30 p.m.: Bible Book of the Month: 1 John, 129
Signal Hill Road
9 May ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Clare Lind
13 May ~ Thursday 2 p.m.: Fellowship Group, Morrison Lounge
15 May ~ Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Church Fair
16 May ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Silvia Purdie
16 May ~ Sunday 11.15 a.m. Congregational Meeting
20 May ~ Thursday 7.30 p.m.: Parish Council, Morrison Lounge
23 May ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Anne Thomson
30 May ~ Sunday 10 a.m.: Worship, the Rev. Russell Thew
Psalm writing at Opoho
Up to 2020 a small group of us met every two or three months to encourage each other with our with our psalm writing.
'We Survived Lockdown'
Thanksgiving and Celebration Display
Read about some of the things Opoho parishioners did during lockdown, which we shared in our 'We Survived Lockdwon' thanksgiving and celebration display in the church hall.
A 56-page booklet in PDF download.