Cathedral Remediation Work
E-ffervescence-9

Last week, Mary Harker encouraged us all to ‘draw near’ and find peace and contentment in our beautiful grounds here at the Cathedral of St Mary. I hope you have had (weather permitting) a chance to linger for a while and enjoy the sense of holiness that is certainly to be found there. This week, I have the great privilege of inviting you to ‘draw near-er’, as we are now able to offer opportunities to gather on-site. Due to our remaining Covid restrictions, we are certainly still unable to offer the full sense of community and fellowship that goes hand in hand with what I consider to be a truly profound worship experience, however we will do our best! read more

E-ffervescence - 3

Friday 17 April 2020 Welcome to Week Three of E-ffervescence… which means we have passed the third week of life in lockdown. By the time you have receive this, the Government will have given information regarding possible moves to slightly more freedom. Be assured that the Diocese is working to put procedures in place to ensure we are exercising due diligence in terms of our responsibilities at this time. I have assured staff that they will be notified as soon as possible regarding any changes to the present situation, and you will receive it via this document next week. read more

E-ffervescence - 2

Welcome to Week Two of E-ffervescence… and I hope you have found something during the week that has filled you with ‘vivacious enthusiasm’ as you wait in your bubble! It is, of course, a source of frustration that this information cannot be distributed to those without e-mailing capability. Level Four must be taken seriously, and of course there are no exceptions to that right now! Therefore, all we can do is our best, so I encourage you to ring those... read more

E-ffervescence

Welcome to E-ffervescence… named not only for the delightful word which means a collection of bubbles in a liquid (symbolizing all our little individual bubbles connected together by our Cathedral Community), but because it also denotes vivacity and enthusiasm!  The hyphen between the e and f is utilized because this is an e-mail communication! read more

Message from our new co-leaders.

Dear Taranaki Cathedral whānau, Peace be with you. Please find attached a letter from our new co-leaders, Jacqui and Jay, and our Bishop. Also attached is a service sheet for a simple Service of the Word which Jacqui and Dan recorded earlier in the week. The video of the service will be available on the Taranaki Cathedral Facebook page, and website at 10am this Sunday morning. It is our humble online offering to you all in this challenging time of... read more

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

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