Dunedin Diocese: Keeping in Touch
Kia tau te rangimarie ki a koutou,
The experience we have had as a Church community in 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown has reminded us all how important communication is within our Church communities. We have an opportunity to improve our ways of communicating and we would value your assistance by providing us with your details. We would like to know how to get in touch when there is something important going on or when we need your help. You are invited to complete the following online survey. It will take approximately 3 minutes to complete.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your information will not be shared outside of the Catholic Diocese of Dunedin.

Fr Gerard Aynsley
Vicar General, Diocese of Dunedin
Email address *
Surname *
First name(s) *
Mobile Phone Number
Home Number
What Parish do you belong to?
Do you have any children in our Primary Schools?
Do you have any children in our secondary colleges?
If your children are not at one of our Catholic schools could you please let us know what school or college they attend?
Do you identify as Māori? If yes, what is your iwi and hapu?
Do you belong to any of our ethnic Church communities?
Please let us know what areas of Church life you would particularly like to be kept informed about.
Areas of Expertise. The diocese is blessed to have a number of parishioners who share their expertise (legal, governance, financial, construction, IT etc.) by providing advice, being on Committees and by providing practical support. Are there any particular areas of expertise that you have with which you may be able to assist the diocese?
What is your preferred method for the diocese to communicate with you?
Is there anything else you would like to tell us?
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