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Introducing our new Office Manager

Hello! My name is Lesa Bide and I am delighted to be joining The Taranaki Cathedral covering the Office Manager role whilst Nikki is on her maternity leave. I live in New Plymouth with my partner Chris and am the Mum/Step Mum to our gorgeous son James and two amazing girls, Kate and Niamh. My working career has mostly been in New Plymouth, with a large part of it spent in the financial/insurance sector, with a few other roles popped in... read more

Peter Beck to be Dean of Taranaki Cathedral

The Bishop of Taranaki, Archbishop Philip Richardson and the Bishop of Waikato, Bishop Helen-­‐Ann Hartley are delighted to announce the appointment of the Reverend Peter Beck as Dean of Taranaki Cathedral to succeed the current Dean, the Very Reverend Jamie Allen who resigned recently. In announcing the appointment Archbishop Philip said that he could "think of no one better qualified, or with more relevant experience, to lead the people of St Mary’s over the next period of time. Peter is well... read more

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Interim cathedral dedicated in style

Nau mai, haere mai, welcome. On Sunday 7th February, our cathedral community worshipped for the first time in the Interim Cathedral in the Peace Hall. We are putting out into deep water, and we are going to be newly positioned for mission. This part of our journey is going to be about relishing new opportunities. It is a time to give thanks for all from which we have been liberated. We can travel a little lighter. Less to carry. A smaller... read more

Fresh New Website

Nau mai; haere mai - welcome to our fresh new website, re-launched to celebrate Christmas. Our Christmas services this year include : 23rd December 7.30pm - Carols by Candlelight Christmas Eve 11.30pm - Midnight Mass Christmas Morning - 8am Christmas Communion 10am Family Communion - bring a pressie you've just opened Our fantastic Youth Drama Production, "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" takes place on Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th December at 5pm. Tickets are free! Pick yours... read more

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A message from your Dean

TĒNĀ KOUTOU KATOA! My warmest greetings to you. This magazine (October 2013) is a special edition, in which we make a space for remembering. We include a few brief obituaries, by way of honouring all those who have gone from our midst over recent months. We do so, “not sorrowing like those without hope” (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18) but as the very Community of the Resurrection. Constantly rejoicing in and sharing this resurrection faith is one of the vital cornerstones of being... read more

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