All in the "middle years" of life are invited to share a pint or glass of wine with the St Peter's community. Fourth Wednesday of the month. 5:30-7:00pm Bedlam & Squalor (above Rogue and Vagabond)
Te Aro Tower, the official name of the bell tower at St Peter’s on Willis, will have an open ringing day. The tower has the oldest Ellacombe frame in New Zealand and one of the few complete sets of Warner Bells. Come along, spend some time in one of the oldest church buildings in Wellington, have a go at ringing the bells. The tower access is up very steep stairs. Visiting children must be accompanied by an adult. You can see us participating in rings around the world on the 200th anniversary of the invention of the Ellacombe frame on our Facebook page or the worldwide index of participants No booking is required. Location: St Peter’s Church, 211 Willis St, Te Aro, Wellington Cost: Koha that will be used to maintain the bells Health & Safety: Steep stairs with handrails. Prominent notices to use rails and ask for help if required. Warning about steep stairs should be in notice as above. Children to be accompanied by an adult. Defibrillator available
St Peter's on Willis's Young Adult Group invites all young adults to join us for a pint and a discussion about a contemporary theological topic! No need to be a "theologian" or even a Christian. We're here to facilitate conversations about the big questions in life wherever you are in your journey. *We are an affirming group that celebrates the diversity of our whānau, whether in gender, sexuality, race, or ability. Waitoa on Victoria St 5:30-7pm
Be among the first readers to glean an insight into as yet unpublished writing by some of our finest wordsmiths. Featuring Becky Manawatu, Talia Marshall, Kiran Dass, Sally J Morgan, Emily Perkins, Dame Fiona Kidman. Hosted by Claire Mabey. 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm St Peter's on Willis 211 Willis Street Te Aro, Wellington, 6011 New Zealand
Camerata welcomes listeners new to classical music as well as aficionados with short concerts of elegant, beautiful music. Mark your calendars now for this delightful programme.
The literal and metaphorical meanings of silence are explored in this special work-in-progress performance of a new contemporary opera. What role does silence play in our personal and political lives? Devised and performed by Chris Tse, Ruby Solly, Rosa Elliott, Tessa Romano, Te Oti Rakena and Leon Reynolds. Purchase tickets in advance (recommended), or at the door if any left. Saturday, 6 November 2021 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm St Peter's on Willis 211 Willis Street Te Aro, Wellington, 6011 New Zealand