CHOOSE YOUR WEDDING VENUE
Holy Trinity Cathedral has six beautiful venues and a function centre to choose from for weddings.
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Capacity: 750-1100 seated. The largest of our worship spaces is open, and welcoming. This is the ideal location for larger gatherings. Featuring art work by leading New Zealand artists Nigel Brown, Shane Cotton, Robert Ellis, and Ann Robinson, the beautiful stained glass windows create a light and colourful atmosphere. Opening directly onto the forecourt, the Nave offers space for your family and friends to gather before the service and for you to greet them afterwards.
Capacity: 120 seated. This classical worship space, offers the ideal setting for services with up 120 guests. Dedicated in 1973, the Gothic inspired space, with high vaulted ceilings, distinctive arches and polished wooden floors, is used regularly for smaller Cathedral services. The Chancel combines the grandeur of the Cathedral with the intimacy of a smaller space. Guests are seated at either side of the aisle, facing each other, with an open view of the gathering.
Capacity: 130 seated comfortably, 150 maximum. The Bishop Selwyn Chapel is the newest venue at Holy Trinity Cathedral. The glass-walled Chapel, designed by Auckland architects, Fearon Hay, overlooks the Trinity Gardens and the Selwyn Oaks. It also boasts a spectacular view of Maungakiekie/One Tree Hill. Hidden from public view, the Bishop Selwyn Chapel lends a sense of privacy whilst retaining the sense of grandeur of the Cathedral in a modern setting.
Capacity: 30-40 seated. An intimate, contemplative space, the Marsden Chapel is warm and inviting. The Chapel holds beautiful stained glass windows, and is located adjacent to the crossing in the heart of the Cathedral.
Capacity: 500 seated. This historic church provides a warm and inviting atmosphere for services. Kauri panelling, high ceilings, and traditional stained glass windows help to create a wonderful sense of occasion. This picturesque church is suitable for services of any size. St Mary’s-in-Holy Trinity is a heritage building and a Taonga of this country. Its history is deeply linked with the history of New Zealand itself.
Capacity: 45 seated. Nestled in an historic graveyard, overlooking Judges Bay and Auckland Harbour, this charming chapel is perfect for the small services. St Stephen’s Chapel is steeped in Auckland history, and has been used continuously for worship from 1856 to the present day. Intimate and private, the Chapel is surrounded by expansive grounds with a view of the water and is a breathtaking place to hold a small ceremony.
Capacity: 100 seated, 200 standing. The Bishop Monteith Visitors' Centre is located off the Cathedral’s sunny forecourt with excellent views over the Waitemata on one side and of the Mountain Fountain on the other. The Visitors’ Centre is very easy to configure, has full kitchen facilities as well as a bar serving area, and is immediately accessible from the Cathedral Nave.