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Mt Albert Baptist is a place to connect with God and others, grow in your faith, and get involved - we’re a church that likes to make a difference by engaging with the world around us so that others can experience God’s love.

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Complainers in the Kingdom of God

In this new series titled “In the Kingdom of God”, we will discover how God continues to build his kingdom amongst his people as they journey in the desert under the leadership of Moses. In the first of the series, we encounter a bunch of complainers, and we learn how Moses (much like our mothers – it is Mothers’ Day!) deals with these complaints.

Dream On - He is Risen!

On this Easter Sunday, Andrew Mulcahy reminds us of God's sovereignty in whatever situation that we may find ourselves in.

Acts of Grace: Part Four - Grace in Aotearoa

Pastor Steve examines the power of grace through the examples in Jesus' life, and Aotearoa New Zealand in the early 1800s.

Acts of Grace: Part Three - Making Friends With Your Shadow

Pastor Steve discusses about extending grace to ourselves and having a culture of grace in the church community.

Acts of Grace: Part Two - Grace in Relationships

Pastor Steve examines the relational sides of grace; initiating apologies and offering forgiveness.

Acts of Grace: Part One

Pastor Steve shares three stories of acts of grace and the impact they had on people's lives.

How muslims helped me understand the Bible’s message.

Guest speaker Michael Revis talks about his work with Syrian refugees in Germany.

Christianity Without Christ: Multiculture

Pastor Steve takes us through Luke 9 where we see Jesus' response to racism. Unfortunately, the video is cut short this week, although the whole sermon can be found in the sermon notes.

Christianity Without Christ : The Whole Town

Christianity Without Christ series. Jesus, a demon possessed man and a herd of pigs. Why were the town's people so afraid?

Christians Against Poverty

CAP CEO Aimee Mai told us about the Release Team starting at MABC.

Our Values

Connect (Upward)

We are a welcoming church community for anyone to get to know God and his plan for their life.

Relate (Withward)

We believe life change happens best in community, when we can learn from and encourage each other.

Grow (Inward)

We want to be transformed into the individuals and community that God dreams for us.

Engage (Outward)

We like to make a difference by engaging with the world around us so others can experience God’s love.

Latest NewsFrom Mt Albert Baptist


Stand with Christchurch

We're all horrified by the events in Christchurch and invite the community to come to our carpark service tomorrow to pray and reflect. Food stalls will raise money for Christchurch.

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A reunion!

We're holding a Reunion for those aged 50-60+ who have memories to share about Mt Albert Baptist from years gone by. Come along to this informal gathering, afternoon tea is provided. Sunday July 15 @ 2.30pm in Jubilee Hall at Mt Albert Baptist.

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AGM 2018

Come hear the things happening in our community, vote for the Elders and vote on the next phase in our building project at our AGM Sun 29 April, 4.30pm.

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StoriesFrom Mt Albert Baptist

What’s the nicest thing anyone has ever done for you?

We asked our international pastor Rob Lovatt the question, and this is his story.

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The beauty of a quiet place

Amidst the hectic pace of life, Jackie Wise finds a sweet spot.

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A marriage saved

Murray and Sue Wagener want to share their story of marriage on the rocks and how God stepped in to pick up the pieces, to give others hope.

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A new start

Here’s a story about a life impacted by a family’s kindness and an Easter Camp 40 years ago.

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Note on a plane

A chance encounter with a stranger set Bill and Jean Morley’s life on a different course 50 years ago. This is their story.

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