Welcome to St Peter Chanel Catholic Parish
423 High Street, Motueka
Fr Pat Maloney
Phone: 528 8895, Cellphone: 027 438 7890.
Open Mon, Tues, Thurs, Frid from 1pm
Secretary: Janet Thorp
PO Box 49, Motueka 7143
Ph: 528 8899
Principal: Margaret Campbell-McCauley, 528 7366
Director of Religious Studies: 528 7366
Secretary: Shelley Fry, 528 7366
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday to Thursday: 9.30am
Friday: 12 noon
Saturday - Vigil: 5pm
Christmas Mass times:
Christmas Eve 7pm family Mass
Christmas Day 9.30 am (preceded by carol singing at 9am)
You can download and view this week's Parish Newsletter (a PDF file) here »
"Serving the district of Motueka"
Parish Priest: Fr Pat Maloney, although semi-retired, is our Parish Priest, and is available for all the sacramental duties, including masses, reconciliation, christenings, funerals, weddings, visiting the sick and emergencies. Phone 528 8895
The Parish Office is located at the rear of the Presbytery directly opposite the school. Our Parish Secretary, Janet Thorp, works in the office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The phone number is 03 528 8899.
St Peter Chanel School is a Catholic integrated primary school catering for students in years 1-8. It currently has a roll of 56 students. The school participates in all inter-school sports, music festivals and other curricular activities. The special character is evident in all aspects of school life and values are firmly grounded in the Catholic faith. There are well-established links to the adjacent church and its community.
The school takes an active role in the life of the wider Parish, through class masses, Sunday liturgies, and family masses. A family atmosphere, emphasising respect, and tolerance, promotes a safe emotional environment for students.
Parish Pastoral Council:
Jim Maguire, 528 6555
Malcolm Garrett, 528 7484
Ben van der Wijngaart, 022 162 1660
Kevin Thompson, 03 540 3327
Tanya Carney, 528 6660
Parish Finance Committee:
Robin McGregor, 528 1034
Maree Satherley, 528 9968
The Parish and its parishioners working together