Auckland Groups

These organisations in the Auckland region are associated with the Contemplative Network.  Bev Silvester-Clark is the Contemplative Network Aotearoa contact person in Auckland, please feel free to contact her.

Email: bev.s-c@outlook.com
Phone: 0274 316 205

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    Every Tuesday: 5.30 -6.30pm at St. Patricks Catholic Cathedral, inside the St. Peter Chanel Chapel (within the Cathedral) 43 Wyndham St, Auckland.  All are welcome.

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    We seek to be a transforming community following in the Way of Jesus Christ, through practices of prayer, hospitality, and engagement in our world - local & global.

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    Meeting in the Mercy Spirituality Centre chapel, 104 The Drive, Epsom, on the *third Wednesday of each month*, 7.25 for a 7.30 start, convened by Pat Neuwelt.

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    Our contemplative practice group is one that all participate in with the gifts they bring. eg chant, reflective input, opening and setting up the venue, paying towards venue hire.  This is a meditation group with a focus on Centering Prayer and chant. All meditation practices are welcome.

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    Te Ngakau Waiora Mercy Spirituality Centre is a work of the Sisters of Mercy Aotearoa New Zealand. It provides a city oasis which seeks to create a place for learning and for a deeper relationship with God, fostering the inner search for personal, social and spiritual renewal. With its spacious, well established grounds, mature trees and gardens and organic gardening practices, it also reflects a commitment to care of the Earth.

  • St. Luke's Church, 130 Remuera Rd

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     ‘Finding a Still Centre’ group meet the first Sunday of every month, for an hour of contemplation and meditation, in the beautiful historic All Saints Church, corner of Selwyn Rd and Cook Street, Howick.

  • Come to Quiet is a small group that has been active for the past seven years and has held one open retreat day featuring Cynthia Bourgeault's video series on Ways of the Heart.  Our meeting format has evolved to the following: Video presentation of a short teaching video related to Centering Prayer (focusing especially on the method taught by Thomas Keating). Then a tea break followed by a 20 minute sit.