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The church has always had a presence in our community and plays a vibrant role in the city’s culture. We aim to strengthen our presence through The Cathedral Project: A Taranaki Taonga. Understanding our past to build our future.
As part of our ongoing work to “Value Now” Jen has been investigating how we can ensure we are valuing our environment. Thanks to her mahi we, the Cathedral staff, will be making a few small but important changes around some day-to-day activities — including recycling. A recent trip to New Plymouth’s recycling depot (next to the Transfer Station in Colson Road) opened Jen’s eyes to the large number of common household items that CAN be recycled but are not able... read more
Stand shoulder to shoulder with the generous people of New Plymouth who have funded the Taranaki Cathedral Pipe Organ over the past 150 years – Donate today and ensure this magnificent instrument retains its central place within the cathedral and community. #1 Make A Direct Donation via online banking (or at your local bank) to: Taranaki Anglican Trust Board 15 3942 0846740 01 Put ORGAN as a reference and we’ll make sure your donation goes directly and specifically to our Organ... read more
The wonderful work of our Community Cafe was featured on Seven Sharp this week. You can watch the whole programme On Demand at TVNZ or click HERE to watch the segement featuring themahi of Jen and her wonderful team of volunteers. read more
Our Annual General Meeting will be held next Sunday 18 April, following the 10 am service (approx 11.15am). Please read the reports in advance. they can be downloaded here AGM Reports read more
Tim Harland jokes and says he has his “affiliation for falling off motorcycles” to thank for his commissioning as Hospital Chaplain next week. In reality though, the role seems tailor made for this man of deep faith. As a young man Tim felt drawn to chaplaincy. But as so often happens, life had other plans for him. He went to university and enrolled in an engineering degree and ultimately became a qualified tool maker. As the years unfolded he married, raised... read more
Read the latest issue of E-ffervesence HERE BACK ISSUES Easter Sunday Good Friday 26 March 19 March 12 March 5 March 26 February 19 February 12 February 5 February 29 January 22 January 15th January - Assumptions 8th January New Year 2021 Christmas 2020 18th December 11th December 4 th December 27 November 20 November 13 November read more
Our second week of ALT_Mary:Lent is happening this Sunday (March 14th at 7pm). ALT_Mary is a community of people committed to following Jesus amid the beauty and brokenness of life. It is a space for honest and open conversation. A place where we seek to encounter God through shared food, discussion, music, liturgy, and eucharist. ALT_Mary is a place where all are welcome and affirmed, regardless of gender, ethnicity or sexuality Over three Sundays, ALT_Mary: Lent will engage with art,... read more
On March 17th it will be 161 years since the New Zealand Wars began at Waitara. Te Ātiawa have put together a multi-day programme to mark the date. From the evening of Tuesday March 16th to dinner time on Thursday the 18th there are great opportunities for us to learn, listen and demonstrate our collective commitment to peace and reconciliation that sits at the heart of our Cathedral Project. Riri Me Te Raukura (Conflict and Consolidation of Peace) is open to... read more
We are back at Level 2 for at least the next week and have made the decision to plan as if we will be at Level 2 this coming Sunday, March 7th. Still happening this week Bishop’s Eucharist 7am Tuesday March 2nd Upper Hatherly Chapel Wednesday Eucharist 10am Wednesday March 3rd Upper Hatherly Chapel Mothers’ Union 1.30pm Wednesday March 3rd Peace Lounge World Prayer Day 10am Friday March 5th Interim Cathedral 8am Service Sunday March 7th 10am Family Service Sunday March... read more
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8:30am Litany of the Cross of Nails and Morning Prayer Suspended
9am Stop In Monthly Meeting
8:30am Morning Prayer