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Now, I have a confession to make - I adore stained glass windows, and I have seen a lot. BUT - these are amazing. All of them. And there are lots. The church itself is gorgeous as well - the wood in it is beautiful,...More
We got off the Red hop on and off bus at the fifth stop and went into St Mary’s Church first. This is an amazing wooden structure that has a warm and vibrant feel. Afterward we went into the Cathedral and again it was amazing.
I had no idea the cathedral was so new - and impressive. Huge is the only word for it - it can seat up to 2,000 people. It is well worth the visit even if just to confirm that Christianity is still alive and well.
This church has a beautiful and interesting interior. The alter is medieval and stone, while the sanctuary is of a modern style made of wood. Both are lovely and they blend well. There are often members there to tell you about the building and the...More
Auckland Cathedral is a very modern place of worship which nevertheless maintains a very spiritual and symbolic aura. The design of the Cathedral has been extremely thoughtful and the stained-glass windows are exceptional. All in all, a stunning cathedral of which Auckland should be proud.
If you ever get the chance, go see a concert in this church. It has amazing acoustics - they often have Christmas concerts. I’ve seen Anika Moa & Boh Runga & Hollie Smith a couple of years back and it was stunning & feels kind...More
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Hi Daphne and John
There is a bus called The Link which travels down Customs Street which will drop you at the door of the Cathedral. Customs street is one block back from Quay Stret, the road that runs along the gates to... More
Hi Daphne and John
There is a bus called The Link which travels down Customs Street which will drop you at the door of the Cathedral. Customs street is one block back from Quay Stret, the road that runs along the gates to the wharf.
The main service is at 10am.
Cross the road to catch The Link in the opposite direction to take you back to the wharf.