The Square Gift Store is complying with all rules and regulations regarding COVID-19. As such, there might be some changes to the way we can help you - we've answered your common questions and concerns below, and we are updating this page as the situation changes.
Can I come into the shop?
Our retail store is currently closed under Alert Level 3. The store hours will be subject to some changes, you can check those on our contact us page.
You can also buy online and contact-free collect from the store, simply by choosing 'collect at store' when you checkout online - we will call/email you to arrange a collection time.
Can I order online?
Yes, our online shop is still open 24/7 - all our in-stock products are available online.
If you have a parish/school account with us, you can also sign up with your parish/school email and place orders on-account with us.
Please be assured that orders will be processed in the usual time-frame.
I ordered a customised candle...
Will I still be able to get my candle in time?
We are still accepting new candle orders as usual! We will contact you if we find any timing issues that might arise due to lockdown restrictions.
But the date has changed/postponed! What do I do?
Please let us know as soon as you can! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make the necessary changes, or put your order on hold as needed.
But the event was cancelled - can I cancel my order?
If the event has been cancelled, we're happy to cancel your candle order. Please let us know as soon as possible, as this gives us time to work on other orders.
My parish needs less altar breads this month...
Please contact us at email@example.com immediately to place a hold on your order.
Is Mass on at the Cathedral?
Do you sell hand sanitiser?
We don't sell hand sanitiser, but we have plenty available for customers to use when our retail store is open.
Where can I find out more about COVID-19?
We recommend you check the government website, covid19.govt.nz, for the most up-to-date, accurate information. You could also check the Ministry of Health's updates page, or the World Health Organisation (WHO)'s website.