Michelle Cruickshank
Sunday Services Going Ahead

Kia ora koutou – Taranaki (and the rest of the country outside Auckland) will move to Covid Alert Level 2 as of 6am on Sunday 28th of February . Our regular Sunday Services will go ahead at 8am and 10am (under Level 2 conditions). We totally understand that some of you will feel more comfortable staying at home, and that's perfectly fine. If you are joining us, rest assured we will be doing everything by the book and prioritising the health... read more

If We're At Level 1 ALT_Mary: Lent Is on!

Our first week of ALT_Mary:Lent will go ahead this Sunday (March 7th at the earlier time of 7pm) IF we have moved back down to Level 1. Updates on our ALT_Mary: Lent Facebook event page HERE 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... read more

Services During Alert level 2

Kia ora koutou – as you know, New Plymouth (along with the rest of the country outside Auckland) has moved to Covid 19 Alert Level 2. In the interests of safety and surety (and in keeping with Diocesan guidance issued by Archbishop Philip HERE) we will be operating at Level 2 for the next week (until Monday the 22nd) unless the Government announces a move to a higher alert level. Changes to Upcoming Services: Bishop’s Eucharist (7am Tuesday Feb 16th in... read more

Waitangi Day Celebrations

Come and support Ngāti Te Whiti and be part of the public Waitangi Day celebrations they are organising this Saturday (February 6th) at Ngāmotu Beach from 11am – 2pm. There will be live entertainment, kai and activities for the whole whānau. The event is brought to you by NPD and supported by the TSB Community Trust and the Ministry for Culture & Heritage. read more

Upcoming Archdeaconry Events

All Anglican Churches in North Taranaki are part of the Paraninihi Archdeaconry. Traditionally priests and deacons within an archdeaconry would meet monthly, with a separate meeting for laity (those who were not ordained) less often. Our Churches have experienced several changes in the last two decades; less paid clergy and more who are locally based and work voluntarily, increasing numbers of laity who take on roles of significant responsibility within their parishes and ministry units, particularly where there is no official... read more

Donate Now - Pipe Organ Fund

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

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