For Visitors

Talofa lava ~ Ni sa bula vinaka ~ Malo e lelei ~ Kia Ora ~ Greetings

Where to Find Us

Wesley Methodist Church is based at 75 Taranaki Street, Te Aro, Wellington. Our Parish Office is located next to the church on the street front behind August Eatery. At the back of the property adjoining Holland Street is Wesley Community Action. Click here to find us on Google Maps.

Opening Hours

The Parish Office is open for visitors between noon and 3pm each Thursday.


Parking is available for visitors to the Parish on a week day. There are special visitor parking spaces available and a visitor's pass must be obtained and displayed on your dashboard. Please note, numbered spaces are rented out and should not be used.

Public Transport

Wesley Church is located one block away from Courtenay Place, a major transport hub, served by bus numbers 1, 2, 3, 91 (airport flyer), among various others. Visit Metlink for more info.

Sunday Gathering

The Wellington Methodist Parish community gathers every Sunday.

Various services are held at Wesley Church, 75 Taranaki Street, beginning with an English-language service at 10am. The '10am Congregation' is generally progressive in its outlook. Worship draws on a range of influences, and generally in the liturgical format.

We value participatory worship at Wesley Church. Lay people are involved in the worship every Sunday and are responsible for such things as the readings, the intercessory prayers, and, sometimes, the reflection.

Services are also held in the Tongan, Samoan and Fijian laungages and details can be found as follows;
Tongan Congregation
Samoan Congregation
Fijian Congregation

All three of our Pasifika congregations run a Sunday School in conjunction with their Sunday worship.

Prior to the Covid-19 restrictions, on a first Sunday all the Wesley Church congregations gathered together for a combined service of Holy Communion, starting at 10am. These will resume as soon as the Government and Church requirements allow this. All are welcome to join in communion, regardless of your religious background. This service is followed by a big shared meal in the hall.

We also have an English-language service at St. Luke's Church, Haunui Road, Pukerua Bay, on the second and forth Sunday of the month at 10am.