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The Pootatau Flag

Last week, Holy Trinity Cathedral was privileged to provide the setting for an historic service of thanksgiving to mark the return of the Pōtatau Flag to the care of its original people. The service, which took place in the Bishop Selwyn Chapel on Thursday 8 August, was led by the Right Reverend Ross Bay, Bishop of Auckland and the Right Reverend Kito Pikaahu, Te Pīhopa o te Tai Tokerau. As part of the proceedings, the document transferring the ownership of the Pōtatau Flag was signed by Bishop Ross and the son of Kiingi Tuheitia, Te Ariki Tamaroa Whatumoana. The Pōtatau Flag was transported to England in 1865 and returned to New Zealand in 1929 when the then Bishop of Auckland, Alfred Averi

Trinity Life - August 2019

The latest edition of Trinity Life is now available online. Please click on the image to read the latest news and articles from Holy Trinity Cathedral. This edition's cover is taken from the Friends of the Cathedral's concert in collaboration with the Auckland Opera Studio. Soprano, Amelia Berry performs in St Mary's-in-Holy Trinity accompanied by Ben Kubiak. We hope you enjoy the August edition of Trinity Life.


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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