Here at Hope Presbyterian Hornby we value your opinion and seek to provide pathways and ease of accessibility for your questions, comments or concerns.
We have a number of ways that you can find out information about us and what’s coming up:
- Browse our website
- Follow us on Facebook
- Follow us in Instagram
- Sign up to our weekly e-newsletter
- Listen to our sermons online or via podcast
- Pick up a printed newsletter from church on Sunday
As a church we are doing our best to follow what God is calling us to do, but we don’t always get it right! If you have a suggestion or a comment then please feel free to reach out to the person who is most relevant to your enquiry:
Marty Redhead – Hornby Pastor
Preaching, Evening Service, Growth Groups, Hornby Site Lead
Esther Sabey – Hornby Assistant Pastor
Worship, Sunday Morning Services, Women’s Ministry, Discipleship
David Dally – Parish Manager
Building, Finance, Communications, Admin, Technology
Rob Key – Life & Faith Pastor
Children, Creche, Community Ministries
Emma Geldard – Youth Director
Emerge, Aspire, all things youth related
Or, if you just have a general enquiry then please contact our wonderful admin team at email@example.com
Many questions get asked by visitors to church, newcomers to town, and friends and neighbours of our members. Here’s a list of questions that may help you get to know Hope Presbyterian Hornby a bit better.
What time are your church services?
We gather every Sunday morning at 9am and 10:45am. We also have an evening service at 7pm. Full details of all our services can be found here.
Where is Hope Hornby located?
Our address is 27 Amyes Road, Hornby, Christchurch 8042. You can get directions here.
How long is church?
About 75 minutes in the morning and 60 minutes in the evening. Feel free to stay after the service to connect and enjoy a hot drink with friends.
Is there car parking?
There is free off-street parking available either in the carpark in front of the church, or in the South Hornby School carpark beside the church.
Otherwise feel free to park on Amyes Road or any of the surrounding side streets.
What can I expect?
From the moment you arrive you’ll be greeted by people who are happy to see you! Sunday services are designed to be enjoyed, and not endured, offering Bible-based messages that are engaging and relevant to people today. It’s a casual and friendly environment where everyone is welcome, and everyone can belong.
Our gatherings generally begin with a time of sung worship, followed by a message, and ending with a time of responding to God, where you can worship a little more, receive prayer, pray for others, or just relax and observe.
Can I watch online?
Yes! While we are meeting in restricted numbers under the COVID-19 alert levels, we are live streaming our services. You can watch live, or view past streamed services on our YouTube channel. We also audio record our sermons, you can listen to these here.
What’s the music like?
We enjoy live music as part of our worship to God. Our services have a mixture of modern, vibrant music, as well as traditional hymns. Check out our YouTube playlist for a range of songs we love.
What denomination are you?
We are a Presbyterian Church and member of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand (PCANZ). You can read our Statement of Faith here.