Celebrating God's love
Warm Eastertide greetings and welcome to Holy Trinity Cathedral, the spiritual centre and focus for the Anglican Diocese of Auckland, and a significant place of gathering for the people of Auckland, the wider region and Aotearoa New Zealand. As a place of worship, gathering, the arts and learning, we are community of people who celebrate the love of God for all. Out of that love we are committed to offering a warm welcome, to being creative in worship, to nourishing community, both local and beyond, and to encouraging each other in Christian service in our daily life and work.
In this Easter season we celebrate the gift of resurrection life and are reminded that the call of our Christian living is to be life giving to the world. One of the ways in which Cathedrals the world over contribute life to their communities, Dioceses and cities is through their education programmes, and Holy Trinity Cathedral is no different. This year, following on from our Lenten Studies Series the Cathedrals annual education programme offers a number of opportunities to be nourished, challenged and equipped. As well as a network of smaller bible study groups that meet throughout the week, there is a series of three education retreats on 2 May, Liturgy and the People of God, Saturday 25 July, Christian Hospitality and the invitational Church, and Saturday 14 November, Mission and the work of God's people. The new annual Bishop Selwyn Lecture will be held this year on Saturday, 17 October and will take the form of a day-long forum entitled Looking into Prisons principles and practices in the 21st century . Save the date and watch out for details of this day and how to register in the next months.
You are very welcome here and we look forward to welcoming you, whether on a short visit or to join in one of the many Services and other activities that happen at the Cathedral.
The Very Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore