Jo Kelly-Moore Dean
Celebrating God's love
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, community gathering, and 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.
Our Cathedral is in the midst of a very significant journey, Selwyn's Vision, the project to complete and consecrate Holy Trinity Cathedral. The Bishop Selwyn Chapel is progressing well, now
with the roof on and its glass walls and doors installed, it is well on track for completion in autumn 2016. The Cathedral organ is being built at Nicholson & Co. in Malvern in the UK and we look forward to the installation of the
first half between May and October 2016. With driveways and paths completed, work has now begun on the redevelopment of St Mary's Court, adjacent to Parnell Road. We look forward to the re-creation of a new Brewer Memorial
Garden, the completion of lighting and the installation of bollards which will further assist our managing of pedestrian and vehicular movement during this spring. St Mary's historic organ will begin its restoration after Easter 2016,
to be completed by Christmas lighting an This work will be done by Pierce Pipe Organs Pty from Brisbane. Check out the Selwyn's Vision blog for latest pictures! All this work will culminate in a celebration of
consecration late in 2017. The focus of those celebrations will be on our consecration to mission. This journey of completion has as its heart a commitment to our better serving our Diocese, the communities of Auckland and our
At the heart of our community's life is our worship. Details of Cathedral Services times, together with the music, adult education and a wide variety of community activities and programmes here at the
Cathedral are all on the website. We look forward to welcoming you to Holy Trinity Cathedral.
The Very Reverend Jo Kelly-Moore