Welcome to Waiheke Island
Baptist Church

We are a small church community on Waiheke Island—the only Baptist church on the island. Join us for worship on a Sunday and any of our regular gatherings during the week. All welcome!


Sunday Service | 10am

including Kidz Church (children’s programme)


Women's Group | every second Wednesday 10am

Home Group @ Church | Thursdays 7.30pm

Prayer for Israel | first Friday of the month 7.30pm

Worship Evening | Saturdays 7.30pm


Also on Saturdays we serve coffee from 10am-1pm. Come over for a cuppa and a chat.

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Waiheke Island Baptist Church is a ministry of Windsor Park Baptist Church and a member of the Baptist Churches of New Zealand.

This Sunday...

Throughout this year, we are on a journey with our series, In\Visible: Faith and Life in New Zealand, looking at the motif of exile that we see throughout Scripture.


This Sunday, 17 November, Jacqui Caetano will be continuing the In/visible Series on Mental Wellbeing 'Stories of Hope' based on Psalm 146, Genesis 37:12-36, Genesis 50:15-21, Matthew 11:28-30 and 2 Corinthians 3:17-18. Deleesha Cains will be leading the rest of the worship service. There is Kidz church this Sunday.



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Our Pastor

Roi Nu Maran loves living on Waiheke Island! Originally from Myanmar, she is Kachin and came to New Zealand as a refugee in 2008. Roi Nu graduated from the Pastoral Leadership Training programme at Carey Baptist College and is completing a Postgraduate Diploma of Applied Theology.


Roi Nu loves preaching and building community. Her family is mainly based overseas, her sister and her family are in Auckland.


E-mail her at roinu.maran@windsorpark.org.nz

come for a visit


community involvement

We believe that the church's involvement in the community is essential to spread the love and hope of Jesus Christ. One of the ways Waiheke Island Baptist Church do is through our two op shops New Hope Shop (located at 6 Belgium St) and Timeless Treasures (on-site at Waiheke Island Baptist Church). Both are managed under the social enterprise, Windsor Park Hub, Limited.


Our unique mandate is to invest all profits into the Waiheke Island Community. Community and Hardship Grants from August 2009 to May 2019 total more than $422,000.


Learn more about New Hope Shop here.

Learn more about Windsor Park Hub, Limited here.