We’re grateful for the support we receive from all our Bible Society church representatives around the country. With your help we’re able to increase awareness of and raise funds for Bible needs in New Zealand and around the world.
Here are some resources you may find helpful.
There’s always something happening around the country to support our mission and work.
Check our events calendar to find out what’s happening in your area and around New Zealand.
Latest appeal information
Read about our latest appeals and urgent Bible needs.
Bible Society prayer needs
Each day Bible Society faces new challenges in sharing God’s Word in all parts of the world. Your prayers help us achieve our mission and bless the work we do. Read our latest prayer needs.
The Word at Work
Keep up to date about our appeals, news, activities and mission work we’re involved with in New Zealand and around the world. Read The Word at Work online or join our mailing list to receive the latest issues in the mail each quarter.
Shop in store or browse our catalogue
We stock a range of over 4,000 Bibles, Scripture items and other Bible study resources, including Bibles in many different English language versions and over 80 other languages. And it’s not just print items, we also have Scripture resources in other formats like audio, video, CD-Rom, DVD, MP3 etc.
Come and browse in our Wellington store at Bible House, 144 Tory Street, or order from our Latest catalogue.
Choose from a collection of short video clips we’ve produced, including Bible study videos, music videos and mission project clips. There’s also a great selection of inspirational videos from people who share what they love about the Bible and why they enjoy reading it. They’re all designed to get people excited about their faith and encouraged to read their Bible.
We have a range of free resources available for your church, including Easter and Christmas leaflets, Bible reading plans and Children’s activity materials.
Need something else?
In spite of losing her eldest son, her house and her work in the earthquake Irma (pictured) is learning to live again. Irma and her family live in a tent in Cepem camp, one of many tent cities that sprang up after the earthquake.