Individual Giving

St Peters acknowledge that there are a significant number of people with a link and connection to the site and wish to provide the opportunity for everyone to invest in the future of this special place.

The ‘Living Stones’ campaign provides the opportunity to purchase either a block or stone to be used in the restoration of the church at a cost of $500 or $1000 respectively. You can read more about the ‘Living Stones’ campaign below.

Opportunities and acknowledgements have been carefully considered to reflect a wide range of individual giving at amounts exceeding that of the ‘Living Stones’ campaign. You can donate any amount using the donate function below.

Alternatively, we would love the opportunity to discuss in person the most effective way to give to St Peter’s Anglican Church and to answer any of your questions in greater detail.

Living Stones Campaign

The restored church will include a number of new blocks and stones and the church is offering people the opportunity to purchase one of these in their own name or that of a loved one.

From the book of Saint Peter (1 Peter 2:4-5):

“As you come to him, the living Stone—rejected by humans but chosen by God and precious to him— you also, like living stones, are being built into a spiritual house to be a holy priesthood, offering spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.”

The restored church will include a number of new blocks and stones and the church is offering people the opportunity to purchase one of these in their name or that of a loved one.

A map outlining where your block or stone is will be left in the church foyer so that those contributing are able to find their specific stone or block in the restored church at anytime.

Help us Restore St Peter's Church

St Peter’s Anglican Church plays a significant role in the community. The oldest Anglican stone church in the city of Christchurch, St Peter’s Anglican Church is connected with approximately a dozen community groups.

From the time that the considerable damage caused by the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes had been assessed, the parishioners at St Peter’s were determined to maintain their 150 year plus links to the site and put the church back on Church Corner.

The refurbishment of this special church will provide St Peter’s with a historic and visible space for community activities to take place and for the congregation to meet and worship.

Restoration Target $2,000,000
Currently $1,583,244

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