Welcome to Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish's website.
Haere mai e te Whanau, Tēnā koutou katoa, a kia noho te Ariki ki a koutou.
Covid-19 Level 2 - restricted mass gatherings of 100 people until further notice;
- 09:30am - 15 August, Saturday morning's Mass of the Assumption will be maximum of 100 people (please register through the office firstname.lastname@example.org);
- 10:30am - 15 August, Saturday morning, scheduled Men's Retreat to indefinitely postpone.
- 05:00pm - 15 August, Saturday Vigil Mass is maximum of 100 people in the Church.
- 09:30am - 16 August, Sunday Morning Mass is maximum of 100 people in the Church; and 100 people maximum in St Patrick's Hall (Livestreamed from the Church);
- register with the Parish Office – email@example.com;
- social distance;
- hand sanitise at the stations provided in the Church and Hall;
- either use the QR Code for contact tracing or manually sign in at the desk provided,
- please stay away if unwell.
When there are any updates from the Government, we will provide these.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
Through kindness and prayer, we will get through this period together.
WE, the parishioners of Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish, centred in the Gospel of Christ, contribute to the Mission of the Archdiocese of Wellington, through our commitment to the values of: Worship, Hospitality, Community, Justice and Service.
Our Parish Area covers the geographic area from Paekakariki in the south to Te Horo in the North, comprising the Paekakariki, Raumati, Paraparaumu, Waikanae and Te Horo communities.
Our Mass Centre is:
The area is guarded by Our Lady's statue on the hill above Paraparaumu.
Our aim is to provide information for visitors, new comers to our area and parishioners. The website has general information about our Parish, its various groups & ministries, and also details of what is happening in the Parish.
We have had a number of people requiring help with essential groceries or offering to help those, who are unable to! We understand that some families have been cut off from their loved ones, and feel scared and lonely at this time. For those that can, now is the time to act…
How well do you know those in your neighbourhood? How about leaving a note in their mailbox or if you know their number, give them a telephone call? The Parish office is collating names and numbers of people willing to help, but please remember that those people offering to help, must do so within a safe distance…
SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL: The Vinnie's (SVdP) continues to supply food parcels as an essential service to our Parish and wider Kapiti community over the Covid-19 period and beyond. Working with support from the Wellington Regional Emergency Management Office (WREMO), we have secured our grocery supply and a contactless food parcels service. If you, or someone you know, needs our support please contact us in confidence:
Rebecca Thomson #027 434 8244, Eddie Dickson #029 772 2003.
For more SVdP information, or contributions to us, see: https://kapiti-catholic.org.nz/?sid=1498
If you need help or are able to provide help, please leave a message at the parish office 04 902 5815 (these are being checked regularly) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.