Cathedral Life
Buy a pew from Taranaki Cathedral

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

Project and Pizza!

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

"Love one another." That's an order!

Sermon preached by Archdeacon Trevor Harrison 19 May 2019 John 13:31-35 Palm Sunday was nearing for Father Elias Chacour, priest of the , an ancient hilltop village near Haifa, in Northern Israel. Ibillin was a village surrounded by olive trees, some of them older than Christianity. Father Elias was struggling with how to bring the reality of Easter into the life of his congregation, which very much mirrored the church in which they worshipped and which was falling down. The divisions... read more

A puzzling fundraiser: Sudoku tournament on the way

It is no puzzle where Sudoku fans should head on Saturday 25 May. What may be Taranaki’s first Sudoku tournament is being held as a light-hearted fundraiser for The Cathedral Project: A Taranaki Taonga and all players, from ‘hacks’ to experts, are welcome. Cathedral parishioner and Sudoku fan Orm Greensill hatched the idea for the event, which will be held between 2-5pm in Taranaki Cathedral’s Peace Lounge at 38 Vivian Street. Number crunchers will be put through their paces with six... read more

Auction Raises $34,000 for The Cathedral Project: A Taranaki Taonga

Wow! The dust has settled from our Great Art and Collectables Roadshow and Auction and together we raised a whopping $34,000 for the project! The organisers are over the moon that so much hard work and effort by so many has paid off. Thanks very much to everyone who pitched in and helped and a very special extra thank you to those who went well beyond the call of duty to make this event happen....you know who you are! read more

Light is God's first creation

Sermon preached by Archdeacon Trevor Harrison 5 May 2019 John 21:1-19 Light is God’s first creation, after he formed the heavens and the earth. And humankind has been discovering its amazing miracles ever since: Aristotle’s early observations of the “purity” of light; Galileo’s attempts to measure the speed of light;Newton’s experiments in wave lengths and how they produce colours and the invention, in the 1960s of the laser, by which scientists can generate coherent light. Computers can be tiny, an... read more

Architects Help Plan for Peace and Reconciliation

Tennent Brown architects Hugh Tennent (far left) and Brenda Solon (far right) met with members from the parish and Ngāti Te Whiti hapū on site recently as part of the planning process. Wellington firm Tennent Brown Architects have been chosen to help give form to plans for peace and reconciliation at Taranaki Cathedral. Their appointment comes as momentum behind The Cathedral Project – A Taranaki Taonga project builds and preparations for a major community fundraiser continue. Fundraising for the $15m... read more

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