Be calm and full of hope Mary MacKillop 1871

Our Centres are places of peace and tranquillity where Mary MacKillop’s charism is spread through hospitality, education and contemplation.

Auckland

Mary MacKillop Centre is a ministry of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart. The Sisters wish to share the beauty and quiet of the environment by offering Hospitality and Spirituality to individuals and groups who wish to:           

  • Make a Retreat
  • Receive Spiritual Direction
  • Attend Reflection Days
  • Meet as a group for conferences, courses, meetings and other gatherings

Mary MacKillop Centre is situated within the complex of the Community home of the Sisters, the Regional Administration Centre, the House of Bethany for Respite Care and Mary MacKillop Care Rest Home.

Mary MacKillop Centre is suitable for residential groups or individuals with accommodation for up to twenty people. Single rooms, shared facilities, mobility shower, access to dining room, and one self-contained apartment.

Conference/Meeting Room with facilities suitable for small or larger groups of up to 25 – 30 people


Hall suitable for large group gatherings of up to 80 people.

Chapel for quiet prayer and liturgies.

Mary MacKillop Conference Centre

 

Please feel free to contact us if you would like to book your event at our Conference Centre.

 

MMC Auckland Facilities & Events

General Information

Mary MacKillop Conference Centre                 

Mary MacKillop Hall                                           

Reflection Days 2016                                         Print Version

Programme for 2016                                           Print Version

 

 

 

Booking Enquiry

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Contact

Mary MacKillop Centre Auckland           

56 Selwyn Avenue, Mission Bay, Auckland 1071

Drive: 15 minutes from downtown by car. Drive downtown to Quay St, turn right and follow Tamaki Drive along the coast!

Public Transport:

Bus: Catch bus numbers 717, 757 or 769 to Selwyn Avenue leaving from Britomart Transport Centre, lower Queen St, Downtown Auckland, see http://www.at.govt.nz

Whanganui

The Josephite Retreat Centre is housed in the historic building, Mt St Joseph, the ‘hearth place of the Sisters in Whanganui. It is the perfect venue for seminars, conferences, personal and professional development programmes, business meetings, interviews and retreats.


Conference/Meeting Room has facilities suitable for small and larger groups of up to 30 people.

Quiet room/chapel with seating for up to 30

On site accommodation: One self-contained two bedroomed flat and two guest bedrooms in the main house.

For information on reflection days and retreats offered at Josephite Retreat Centre click here

MMC Whanganui Facilities

Booking Enquiry

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Whanganui Contact

Josephite Retreat Centre
Te Punanga o Hohepa, Whanganui      

14 Hillside Terrace, Whanganui 4500

Temuka

Mary MacKillop Chapel and Heritage Centre

Temuka holds great significance in NZ Josephite history as it was the first place that Mary MacKillop sent her Sisters to begin Josephite ministry in Aotearoa. She stayed with the Sisters there on her visits to New Zealand. The people of Temuka, therefore, have a special relationship with Mary MacKillop.  This centre is helping to keep her spirit alive.


Heritage Room: A place of pilgrimage which gives pilgrims/visitors an opportunity for to learn about the history of the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart in New Zealand through the use of story boards and artefacts. The room is suitable for groups of up to twenty people at a time.

Chapel: An opportunity to spend quiet time in the Chapel where Mary MacKillop prayed.

MMC Temuka Facilities

Booking Enquiry

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Contact

Mary MacKillop Chapel and Heritage Centre Temuka          

36 Studholme St, Temuka, South Canterbury 7920

Drive: Turn off Highway 1 at Temuka onto Domain Ave and take the fourth street left onto Studholme St.

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From humble beginnings.

The Sisters of St Joseph were founded by Mary MacKillop and Julian Tenison Woods in Penola, South Australia in 1866.

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