Celebrating Timaru’s Christian community -
now and in the future.
St Mary’s Anglican Church has since 1880 played a prominent role in the Timaru community. Beautifully situated on a hilltop in central Timaru, St Mary's is rich in tradition and history. Our open and inclusive congregation make us a welcoming spiritual home for the worship of God and the celebration of Timaru’s Christian community.
What’s on —
Sunday, 24 March at 10 am: our annual Harvest Festival. Beautiful displays by our Floral Guild and the Horticultural Society. Bring donations of produce which will be donated to St Vincent de Paul after the service.
Make our Tuesday Celtic Communion Service part of your week: 12.10 pm every Tuesday in the hall. A great spiritual break in your day.
Regular Sunday services at 8 and 10 am.
Images shown on this page are courtesy of Jo Baxter and Vivienne Laursen
Wedding photograph courtesy of Charlotte Preen and James Franklin, photographer Jemima Helmore
Discover more about our beautiful church and its significant place in Timaru's history.
Join us every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday for worship and fellowship.
St Mary's is a unique and welcoming venue with a variety of options to suit your special day.