We are part of the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand - PCANZ,
We belong to the National Association of Presbyterian Evangelical Churches (NAPEC) and Presbyterian AFFIRM a network of evangelical Presbyterians with a passion for the transforming gospel, biblical faith and vibrant churches.
We are also associated with New Wine whose vision is “to see the nation changed through Christians and churches being filled with the Spirit, alive with the joy of knowing and worshipping Jesus Christ, living out his Word, and doing the works of the Kingdom of God.” New Wine encourages the ministry of the Holy Spirit for the equipping of individuals and churches to extend the kingdom of Jesus Christ.

Our sister church is Beit Immanuel - an Israeli congregation of Messianic Jews and Gentiles who believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah who came to fulfil the prophesies in the Tanach (Hebrew Scriptures), and that he is the Suffering Servant written about in Isaiah 53, the one who institutes a New Covenant as it is written in Jeremiah


We are proudly associated with Emmaus - a Christian Training Provider in Palmerston North, which was established in 2008 by a group of local churches, to continue local training opportunities after the withdrawal of Laidlaw College programmes. Emmaus includes classes on Tuesday nights and the former Laidlaw College Library of 7000 titles, housed at the Massey University Christian Chaplaincy Centre.