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.

Nau mai, haere mai, welcome to the website of The Taranaki Cathedral Church of St Mary. We are a warm, friendly and loving church community. A people and a place of prayer, peace and reconciliation.

Peter Beck

Special Events

Disability Awareness Sunday

Disability Awareness Sunday is both a celebration and a challenge. We celebrate the lives and read more

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  •   Peace Hall, 40 Vivian street, New Plymouth
Soup & Go

Let us keep you warm this winter. We will be serving delicious hot soup, for you to take away. read more

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  •   Hatherly Hall, 37 Vivian Street, New Plymouth
Soup & Go

Let us keep you warm this winter. We will be serving delicious hot soup, for you to take away. read more

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  •   Hatherly Hall, 37 Vivian Street, New Plymouth
Children's Christmas Service

A first for Taranaki Cathedral. Bring your young ones, so that they can go to bed on Christmas Eve w read more

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  •   Interim Cathedral in the Peace Hall, 40 Vivian Street, New Plymouth

Diary

  • 24Jun

    8:30am Morning Prayer
    8pm New Plymouth Old Time Dancing Club

  • 25Jun

    8am Holy Communion
    10am Family Communion

Click here to see all events for the coming fortnight

"Taranaki Cathedral : A Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, and a member of the Worldwide Community of the Cross of Nails."

Meet Our Team

The Very Revd. Peter Beck

Dean

Christopher Luke

Director of Music

Jenny Goddard

Cathedral Remediation & Development Manager

Where is Taranaki Cathedral

Contact Info

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