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Kaina Project

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Ephesians 2: 19 – 22

Efeso, Veveheaga 2: 19 – 22


Temple for the Lord

“So now you Gentiles are no longer strangers and foreigners. You are citizens along with all of God’s holy people. You are members of God’s family.  Together, we are his house, built on the foundations of the apostles and the prophets.  And the cornerstone is Christ Jesus himself.  We are carefully joined together to Him, becoming a holy temple for the Lord. Through Him you Gentiles are also being  made part of this dwelling where God lives by His Spirit.”


“Hanai, nakai tuai ko e tau tagata kehe a mutolu, po ke tau tagata paea, ka ko e motu fakalataha moe tau tagata tapu, ko e faoa foki he Atua; Kua ati hake ki luga he fakaveaga he tau aposetolo mo e tau perofeta; Ko Iesu Keriso haia ko e maka ke fakamau aki e malokuaga.  Kua fakataitai ia ia e fale katoa, kua hake, ke eke mo faituga tapu ke he Iki. Ko ia foki kua ati hake fakalataha ai a mutolu ke he Agaaga, ke eke mo haeleaga he Atua”.



our who

our who

The Wellington Niuean and English Speaking Congregation, Kilbirnie Community and the wider Wellington Region.

our what

Our application to Presbytery Central (by June 2022) is, to be afforded the beneficial rights of the former St Giles buildings to develop a multi-functional community hub based around a sanctuary for worship. Our hope is to  be successful in our planning to, build a Kaina-building a home for our congregation and our communities.  We envision this being a fit-for purpose and functional building complex.

our why

“Believe”  “Ki a Tua” is our fundraising campaign theme to, fulfil a dream of building a space for our people to worship God and sharing with our communities His Love.   

We are committed to building a place that reflects our cultural diversity – a place for us to explore being Believers in Jesus Christ, being Presbyterian, being Niuean and being New Zealander. 

A key point of difference we want to achieve is, the community cultural hub whilst embracing all cultures and communities, will fill a gap in our current Wellington landscape in that it will be the only Niuean Community Centre in the Wellington Region.

our how

The Kaina project would support the communities which, KPC serves and by helping to build strong, thriving and inter-connected communities.  

We would like to work in collaboration with families – amanaki ke kaufakalataha e tau magafaaoa takitaha ke gahua auloa, as well as our congregation and communities to achieve  this dream for future 

generations and for God’s Kingdom.   


Please get in touch with Maria Solouota if you would like to support our vision and our campaign.

Contact Phone:  021 207 6744    |  Email: 

If you would like to support the Kaina Project please click button below for more information on how you can donate

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