Today’s weather conditions were perfect for the latest steel lift.
This support structure will secure the North Transept making it safe to work on and around. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us at the Transitional Cathedral for our Holy Week and Easter Services beginning Palm Sunday 28th March. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, as we commemorated the 10th Anniversary of the Christchurch quakes, Bishop Peter Carrell was interviewed by BBC World News about our Cathedral.
Please click below for the full video. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we pay tribute to our city and to those that lost their lives on 22 February 2011, 12.51pm.
Following the violent quake that robbed our city of so much, the image of our severely damaged Cathedral was transmitted around the globe.
It was a symbol of all that was lost, while the eventual decision to reinstate it, is a shining example of all that is worth fighting to save.
We are thankful and grateful to the support shown to us as we reinstate our beautiful Cathedral to once again take centre stage in Cathedral Square. ... See MoreSee Less
I can’t wait to see it fully restored
From our visit in 1998 - loved your country, loved your city, loved your cathedral. Love to you all now on this day of remembrance.
I hope one day we return to NZ and Christchurch and the beautiful cathedral will be restored to her former glory <3
Meri Kirihimete Ōtautahi.
These three folders may not look like much but they contain the VERY BEST Christmas present we could have asked for – the Resource Consent that Christchurch City Council has just granted us.
This consent is critical and having it granted now means we will be able to start some strengthening works as we stabilise the Cathedral – part of our drive to make the project as efficient as possible.
To say it’s a present is a bit unfair as it took an ENORMOUS amount of work to get it – a huge thank you to all involved.
#reinstatingchristchurchcathedral #wegotthis ... See MoreSee Less
Wonderful news. Praise the Lord.
GOD bless new Zealand 🏳️🌾🌠✨🔥🔥🔥
So we have queues for food parcels at the Anglican City Mission. How can we celebrate the grotesque squandering of money on rebuilding some old broken former church that represents the pinnacle of colonialism in Christchurch. If only the enforced tithe that the Christchurch City Council is taking from ratepayers went to the needy, instead of some old former church.
Christmas Global prayer 2021
Congratulations that’s pretty special news before Christmas
Nuria, more info and a closer picture.