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Statement from Rt Rev’d Dr Peter Carrell, Bishop of Christchurch

Dear Friends, The tragic, violence this afternoon in Christchurch—an ongoing situation as I write—will already be a matter for prayer for you. Let’s pray and continue praying for those who have been injured, for those who care for them, for those who are sorrowing and for our police and other services who are working hard and bravely to bring this shocking event to a peaceful end. We understand that some of the central city churches are opening up their doors for prayer, once they are able to do so safely. We have heard that All Souls' Merivale will be doing so. Many of us will have family and friends who have been affected by the disruption to central Christchurch, some of whom may still be

Statement from Archbishops Philip Richardson and Don Tamihere

Here follows a statement from Archbishops Philip Richardson and Don Tamihere, joint leaders of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand. "We are shocked at the appalling and horrific acts of violence that occurred in Christchurch today. "We feel utterly saddened for those who have lost their lives, and for their families and loved ones who mourn them. Indeed we mourn with them as fellow citizens and members of the same human whānau, and we utterly condemn the despicable and cowardly acts of violence that took their lives. "The freedom of worship and religious life is an absolute right to all in this land. We choose to stand with our Muslim brothers and sisters and support their continued

Ash Wednesday 2019

From Bishop Ross Bay: "Lent has begun. The Holy Trinity Cathedral and St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral communities gathered for joint Ash Wednesday worship, which is a long standing tradition. Holy Trinity Cathedral hosted this year and we were blessed by their Dean, Pa Peter Tipene giving the homily. Dean Anne, Pa Peter and I took the chance for a quick pre-service photo." Above: Pa Peter Tipiene, Bishop Ross Bay, Dean Anne Mills. March 6 2019.

A Masterful Performance

Johann Vexo and Damien Rivière, French organist and tenor, gave a stunning performance here at Holy Trinity Cathedral on February 23rd. Thank you Johann and Damien for sharing your incredible talents!


covid-19 guidelines


Now that we are at Level 1 the cathedral is open for our regular public services of worship and for prayer.

We are open to visitors by appointment only, please contact the office ph 303 9500.

For full, up to date information, please check:


+64 (0)9 303 9500


446 Parnell Road


Auckland 1052

New Zealand


PO Box 37-148


Auckland 1151

New Zealand

Office hours: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm

St Mary's Visiting hours:

Mon-Sat 10am-3pm

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