Follow us:
Twitter and

Change on way for cathedral

Last updated 13:48 06/06/2014
Jason Oxenham/FAIRFAX NZ

CATHEDRAL PLANS: Rev Jo Kelly-Moore(left) and Avril Sotter standing outside the Holy Trinity Cathedral.

Relevant offers

Auckland's Anglican Cathedral is about to close down for three months of major construction.

Last services will be held on Sunday before the Holy Trinity Cathedral, which gets 100,000 visitors a year, closes for its $13 million make-over. 

"There is significant change on the way that will enable us to host a wider range of events; to be a home for worship as well as civic and community occasions, drama and culture, and the arts," says Dean Jo Kelly-Moore.

The project includes removal of the internal bridge in the cathedral allowing for the replacement of the aging pipe organ.

Auckland City ratepayers have contributed $3 million to the project.

Ad Feedback

- Auckland

Special offers
Opinion poll

Debate has surfaced again about whether or not the haka should be performed before an international rugby match. What do you think?

Keep it

Get rid of it

Don't care

Vote Result

Related story: (See story)

Featured Promotions

Sponsored Content

News tip POINTER

Do you have an idea for a story? Email us or give us a call on 09 925 9700.