The Taranaki Daily News featured The Cathedral Project last weekend and it was great being front and centre of Saturday's paper. You can read all about it here. As well as some more details about the project it was great to see the amazing work of the Community Café profiled. Manaakitanga in action it was called! Such a great community hub with volunteers that front up day after day! Reporter Deena Coster who wrote the feature also took some time to... 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.
Our Midnight Mass of the Nativity marked the birth of Jesus with song and prayer. The appreciative crowd enjoyed a range of carols before the service began at 11.30pm. A beautiful atmosphere for a service marking this very special time of year. read more
Everyone loves a good Christmas pantomine and the crowds that were at the Interim Cathedral on Christmas Eve were treated to the classic Christmas story. A young audience member said" "I thought it was really cool having a live donkey and getting people seeing the story rather than just telling it...." A visiting family member said it was the mixture of young and old in the audience that made the day for her. "It was wonderful seeing so many families... read more
We are cooking up all sorts of services and events for Christmas this year. Check out the latest details below. read more
Cathedral Cakes are returning as Taranaki Cathedral’s team of home bakers prepare a limited run of the popular Christmas treats. A batch of the 750 gram Cathedral Cakes, named because their multi-coloured fruit echoes the stained glass windows of church cathedrals, sold out last year. All proceeds from the cakes will support the restoration of Taranaki Cathedral’s stained glass windows, part of the $15m project designed to strengthen the historic cathedral. Sensitive site developments will transform Taranaki Cathedral into a significant... read more
We are delighted to announce a special package deal on our Taranaki Cathedal designer tea towels ahead of the Christmas rush. Excellent for display, as a collectors item or even if you are planning on conducting a PhD (Polishing Heaps of Dishes) Available from Taranaki Cathedral or at Stop-In. read more
Thanks so much to everyone who took came and enjoyed The Great Cathedral Gala over the weekend. The Gala raised $5700 for the mission and minsitry of Taranaki Cathedral, and hundreds of people enjoyed themselves in the process. Thanks so much to all those who donated good, prepared food, organised games or otherwise helped out to make the day a success. read more
Our Great Cathedral Gala is gearing up again this year on Saturday 21 September. A regular highlight of the spring second-hand season, this classic fundraiser and family event has some new twists to it this year. It will run from 9am-1pm at Taranaki Cathedral’s Peace Hall and Hatherly Hall. Hot food will be served fresh in the Hatherly Hall including and there will be Devonshire Teas, home baking and plenty of quality jams and chutneys for sale. The Peace Hall... read more
Have you heard the news about the pews? We are in the process of contacting people with family links to a Taranaki Cathedral pew to buy one as part of our exciting site development project. Find out what is happening and how to register your interest here Watch Bryan Vickery from Hokonui talk to Communications Adviser Andrew Moffat about the pews here Our months long search for potential family buyers finishes on 20 September. The pews will then be made available... read more
We had a great time sharing more visuals and details about The Cathedral Project today with some of our kids, Archbishop Philip Richardson and architect Jennie Goddard. Thanks everyone for coming along, it was great to hear the questions and excitement around the project. The pizza was pretty good too. read more
There are no upcoming special events just yet - make sure you check back later though.
7am Bishop's Eucharist
8:30am Morning Prayer
10am Crafty Connections
8:30am Morning Prayer