on the death of prince philip
It is with a profound sense of loss, that we remember His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and his immeasurable contribution as part of the royal family, to Aotearoa New Zealand and the Commonwealth.
Holy Trinity Cathedral will be open between 10am and 3pm daily, for those who wish to sign the condolence book or light a candle at the foot of the Chancel in memory of Prince Philip.
For those who cannot visit us in person, you are welcome to
The national flag will fly at half-mast on the Cathedral Forecourt.
A memorial service giving thanks for the life of the Duke of Edinburgh will be held in Holy Trinity Cathedral at
5pm on Sunday 9 May. All are welcome to attend in peace.
Please view below the message of tribute from our Dean upon the death of Prince Philip.
Please join us in worship by clicking the latest videos below or visiting our Virtual Church.
The next LIVE streamed service will be:
Choral Eucharist | 10am Sunday 2 May
Exhibition: The passion of christ
Monday 22 February - Sunday 18 April ( Third Sunday of Easter)
10am - 3pm
Visitors to the Cathedral will have the opportunity to experience a new installation based on seven extraordinary paintings by Ethiopian artist, Nebiju Assefa. Follow and contemplate the Passion of Christ through this artist's unique perspective, and enjoy this exhibition as part of the self-guided tour of Holy Trinity Cathedral.
iftar at the cathedral
Bishop Monteith Visitors' Centre
Monday 3 May
Holy Trinity Cathedral expresses manaakitanga to our Muslim friends by hosting this annual Iftar meal. This is a wonderful opportunity for our communities to learn from each other and witness to our common humanity as we work together for mutual understanding and a deepening dialogue.