Visit our shop at 144 Tory Street in Wellington (we’re next to Mt Cook School). See map
With a range of over 4,000 Bibles, Scripture items and other Bible resources in our Wellington warehouse, we’re pretty sure we’ve got a Bible that’s right for you or your church.
We’ve got 17 English language versions of the Bible and over 80 different language Bibles – our most popular being Samoan and other Pacific languages, as well as Maori, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai.
In addition to all the printed items we stock, we also have Bibles and Scripture resources in other formats like audio, video, CD-Rom, DVD, MP3 etc.
We’re sure you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for.
Come in to see our whole range of Bibles and our specials table with heavily marked down Bibles.
Weekdays 9:00am – 4:55pm
Thursday 9:45am – 4:55pm
Top ten buys
Check out our current top ten buys.
Introducing the newly reformatted edition of Te Paipera Tapu – The Holy Bible in Māori
This reformatted edition reproduces the text of the current edition of Te Paipera Tapu (first published in 1952) in an enhanced format for the modern Māori language reader greatly increasing its readability.
It comes in hard cover or soft cover - Read the brochure for full details and prices.
2013 Christmas Cards
Every year we produce a range of Christmas cards to share the message of Christmas. Money raised from the sales of these cards help provide Bibles for people all around the world.
Check out the 2013 selection.
Messy Church products
Messy Church is a fun, Christ-centred way of being church for families. It’s for all ages and is based on creativity, hospitality and celebration. Check out the selection of products available.
To order products
To order please download the order form and send it to us via:
Post: Bible Society, Private Bag 27901, Marion Square, Wellington 6141(include your cheque or credit card details)
or Fax: (04) 805 0134
or phone: 0800 424 253
or visit us in our shop at 144 Tory Street, Wellington.
Online Shop coming soon!
As a little girl, Mrs Bala wanted to learn to read and write, but owing to her family’s poverty she was unable to. Now, at the age of 75 she has been attending Bible Society literacy classes at the Chourkhuli Church of Bangladesh in Kotalipara in southwestern Bangladesh.