Welcome to

Our Lady of Kāpiti

Te Whaea Tapu o Kāpiti

Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish

Haere mai e te whanau, Tena koutou katoa, a kia noho te Ariki ki a koutou.

Welcome, family, greetings to you all. May the Lord be with you.


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. 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.

MASS TIMES and LIVESTREAMS @ Our Lady Of Kāpiti Church

Our Lady of Kāpiti Church and Office open under Traffic Light RED with these amended hours:

Monday: (Office closed) – Chapel open from 9am-1pm.
Tuesday-Friday: Office and Chapel open from 9am-1pm.

 

Online Registrations (Covid19 Traffic Light System – RED) 
Masses: Week 24th – 30th January 2022

 
Upcoming live streams

Past live streams

Sacraments

“A sacrament is a visible sign of the invisible. We are called to be sacrament in our world today, visible signs of God for others.”

Child & Youth

Kapiti Catholic Child and Youth Ministry provides a number of programmes for our youth aimed at preschoolers through to young adults in the wider Kapiti community.

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Latest Notification

Mass registrations – RED Traffic Light

Wed Jan 26 11:38pm

As you may be aware, this weekend there is a change to the Vigil Mass on Saturday. Both the Vigil & Sunday morning Masses are for those that hold vaccine passes and are limited to 100 people max at both Masses (this includes the Priest and special ministers).  You must register (one Mass only) before Friday lunchtime. Fr Raymond Soriano joins us next week and celebrates Mass on Wednesday.  The staff will meet with him on Thursday to discuss Mass options and the way forward.  Any updates will be sent out via the usual way.  Please remember to be kind.  Thank you for your patience in this time of transition.  Kind regards, 

Nonie Hoggard’s Memorial Requiem Mass is at 11am tomorrow, this is the Mass of the Day – please register with the Funeral Home (KCFH).

Wed Jan 26 11:18pm

Good morning, just a reminder that there is no Mass or Liturgy this morning. Thank you

Mon Jan 24 08:06pm

We will advise you of any changes to gatherings once we get directives from the Cardinal’s office due to moving to traffic light “red”.

Sun Jan 23 03:03am

Requiem Mass for Desiree Begin is today at 10.30am (vaccine passes required) . This is the Mass of the Day.

Mon Jan 17 07:33pm

Reminder about Face Coverings

Thu Jan 13 11:55pm

Under Health and Safety it is still a requirement to wear Face Coverings whilst vising the Parish in any capacity and especially during Mass Services.  


We understand that the Ministry has different requirements, however as a parish, we are instructed to follow the directives and any directions from the Archdiocese.  There are no exceptions, unless you have a valid “exemption” pass from the ministry of health.


Please remember that this is for your safety and for those around you.


Thank you

Fr Michael Farewell Newsletter 16/01/22

Thu Jan 13 11:09pm

Good afternoon all.


With next week being Father Michael’s last week as our parish priest, please read the attached newsletter for guidelines of mass services (some have been changed) and what is happening next Sunday 23rd for his farewell.


Thank you all for the love and support you have given Fr Michael over the past 14 years. 


God Bless


Bella  



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