Aotearoa NZ is now using the Covid-19 Protection Framework or “Traffic Light System”. No doubt you will be coming to terms with what this means for many aspects of your life. The following breaks down how things will play out at Taranaki Cathedral. Before we start though, we want to be clear that we support your individual right to choose. Unvaccinated people are still very welcome to be part of our parish. However, because of the nature of the COVID-19 virus... read more
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.
In-person services scheduled for Sunday Decemeber 5th (8am, 10am and 5pm ALT_Mary) are CANCELLED. In the past 24 hours positive COVID-19 cases have been identified in areas where Taranaki Cathedral kamahi live. As this is a developing situation, with contact tracing still underway to identify locations of interest, we believe it is prudent to cancel this weekend's in-person services. We are hopeful that we will be able to gather again next weekend. You can find more information about how we are... 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
From this Sunday (Nov 21st) we will be offering two in-person services — at 8am and 10am. All the “normal” COVID-19 safety measures apply including mask wearing, social distancing and recording your visit. If you’re not feeling well (or simply enjoy our virtual services) our online worship will continue via Facebook page HERE or via YouTube HERE read more
Although there have been no official changes to gathering restrictions, we believe that the responsible thing to do (in light of the evolving COVID-19 situation in Taranaki) is to cancel our scheduled in-person services this Sunday, November 14th. We will be offering a virtual service on our Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/TaranakiCathedral Stay safe and know we are only a phone call away if you need us. We will be in touch next week to let you know about any ongoing changes.... read more
As Government rules on social distancing have relaxed (from 2 meters back down to 1 meter for places of worship), we are able to offer an In-person Service of The Word this Sunday October 3rd at 10am. We will also be offering a virtual service and encourage anyone who wishes to, to participate this way via our Facebook page HERE or via YouTube HERE If you plan on coming to an in-person Service of The Word, please make sure you understand,... read more
There will be no services offered at Taranaki Cathedral until we are at an Alert Level which requires 1-metre (or less) physical distancing. While the Government rules for Level 2-Delta do allow for in-person gatherings of up to 50 people, Government Guidelines and our Diocesan regulations stipulate that we need to ensure there is a 2-meter physical distance between anyone not in the same bubble. This requirement (and our natural inclination to come together to chat, offer comfort etc) would make... read more
Government and Diocesan advice and rules means that (like everyone) we will be operating differently at Level 2-Delta than we did during previous Level 2 periods. As always, your physical, mental and spiritual heath remains our top priority. No one should feel there is an expectation to attend in-person services – we encourage everyone to consider our on-line offerings as an alternative in the short term. Because of different vaccine statuses, age, health and personal circumstances, we all have different comfort... read more
Upcoming Changes At Taranaki Cathedral During Construction Work We are gearing up to start Phase Two of our Project — building Te Whare Hononga and refurbishing the Vicarage to create Te Manu Hononga/The Paul Reeves Centre. While it is an exciting time, large parts of our site will essentially be a construction zone for the better part of a year. Work will take place Monday – Saturday from 7am. Our first priorities are the health and safety of all staff, parishioners... read more
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8:30am Morning Prayer
3:30pm Bellringers Practice
7am Bishop's Eucharist
8:30am Morning Prayer
11am Taurima Rest Home Service