Blueprint is a church community at the centre of Wellington city.
We meet together on Sunday nights. We share our homes, our food, our faith; we seek to bring the message, spirit, and reign of Jesus to the forgotten corners of our city.

Our heart is to be a place of hope and healing for the discontent, the indebted and the distressed, and to restore these people to be faithful, resilient, and committed to Christ’s Kingdom vision. 
(1 Samuel 22:1-2)

We live this out in three special ways:


Expressed through small groups, mentoring, counselling, discipleship, and fostering a culture where no one does faith alone


Expressed through missional places of hospitality such as our three intentional communities: Cuba St, Lyall Bay, Kelburn, and The Free Store.


Expressed through our Sunday Gatherings which we believe are not the centre of our faith, but the result of the songs, stories and meals we bring to share together


Our Anglican Heritage

As a community of primarily young-adults, our connection with the Anglican Diocese adds a wealth of depth, scholarship and stability to Blueprint. For a more thorough explanation you can read our ‘Being Blueprint, Being Anglican’ document, which gives a great picture of how this relationship works...


In 2013 Blueprint signed up as a pioneer mission unit of the Anglican Diocese of Wellington. We have become great friends with Bishop Justin and his team and we believe whole-heartedly in their vision to renew the church of Aotearoa.

Our People


Rev. Scottie Reeve
Rose Morris
Rev. Lynley Webster


Rev. Scottie Reeve
Rose Morris
Hamish Dobbie
Jessie Black
Andrew Maddever
Rev. Lynley Webster