St Augustine's was an Anglican church on the corner of Bayly and Breakwater Roads. It originally opened as a mission hall, with the first worship in June 1904. 

Margaret Alington in her book, "Goodly Stones & Timbers", records that  "...during 1952/53 when the Revd. E.O.E. Hill had charge of the district, it was reconstructed to become a church. The chancel, porch and vestry were added; it was repiled on concrete, and re-roofed with tiles. Bishop Holland dedicated it on 16 May 1954, and on 25 March 1984, the final service was conducted by Bishop Davis."

In the 1980s it was, for a brief time, the New Plymouth Montessori School.

In more recent times and still (2023) the church is used by "The Revival Fellowship".

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Moturoa Church (TDN 23 April 1924)


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