WELCOME to the Transitional Cathedral ~ September 2021 COVID UPDATE
The Cathedral is open for visitors and for services from Wednesday 14 September. We will operate under Level 2 guidelines. Masks are mandatory for general visitors and are expected to be worn by worshippers. Everyone is required to sign in upon arrival. We continue working online:
Kia Kaha's Friends, a childrens' worksheet for Sunday can be downloaded HERE.
Weekday services of Choral Evensong will be streamed. You can join these services by clicking HERE.
Morning Prayer is said Monday-Friday at 8.30am. You can participate by clicking HERE.
And of course we are on Facebook !
Please click HERE to view the most recent streamed service and to watch previous services.
At this time, with very little income, the Cathedral Ministry would very much appreciate any donation. If you feel able to help, please click HERE for more information.
The Dean's Message
Welcome to the Christchurch Transitional Cathedral.
The Transitional Cathedral is a beautiful place to come and visit, so please come on in. Built to the glory of God the quiet simplicity draws people to peace and to prayer and to contemplate the depths of God. When you are inside and look back outside through the wide open doors, the beautiful park setting of Latimer Square is fully in view. Whether you are a visitor, a pilgrim searching for God, or needing a place to pray, the door is open and you are welcome.
Please click on the button to see the full Dean's Message.
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Your support is appreciated
We need your support. Donations in support of the ministry of the Transitional 'Cardboard' Cathedral are always gratefully appreciated. Please partner us in this important project by making a donation. Thank you.
Donations are tax deductible for New Zealand tax payers.
Moveable Feasts ~ the Cathedral Caterers
Moveable Feasts are the providers for all catered events at the Transitional Cathedral. if you have any questions about the wide variety of catered events we can offer, please contact Sarah Robinson, General Manager.
Public Notice: The Cathedral Columbarium
To protect the Cathedral Columbarium during the Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Project, the Columbarium needs
to be deconstructed, stored safely and re-built at a later date. The Cathedral Chapter wishes to advise families who have loved ones’ ashes interred in the Columbarium, that the ashes will be respectfully removed with appropriate prayers and placed in secure storage at the Transitional Cathedral in September. Families will be welcome to visit the Transitional Cathedral, once the ashes have been moved.
Dean Lawrence Kimberley