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This Anglican church was built on land donated by George Mackie, a local store-keeper. Albert Burwell had arrived in New Zealand in 1885 and married the daughter of Mr John
St Paul's was the first co-operating church built in Opunake. It was erected on the site of the old Presbyterian Church (St Andrew's) in King Street. The estimated cost was $110,000
Presbyterianism had a strong following in the early days of Waverley and the foundation stone for St Andrew's Church was laid by the Hon. William Fox on 7 June 1877. 
    The foundation stone for this Anglican church in Hawera was laid on 8 September 1902 by Bishop Wallis. The church was opened with a series of services on 1
This well-known craft shop in the heart of the Oakura township was once a place of worrship a little further down the Taranaki coast. The foundation stone for this Warea-Puniho