We warmly welcome all visitors to our website. We welcome the opportunity to introduce you to the many aspects of our cathedral parish life together here at St Peter’s.
Visitors Guide Booklet.pdf
If you wish to attend a service here at St Peter’s, please do make yourself known to a member of the clergy or welcome team. All are warmly invited to also join us for morning tea after Sunday morning services (8am & 9.45am) or Wednesday morning service (10am).
Free copies of the St Peter’s Cathedral booklet are available for you, which provides information about our various ministries and activities. Please collect a printed copy from the Cathedral office download an electronic copy using the link below:
At St. Peter’s, we particularly welcome all children and young people with their families. During term time two groups operate on a Sunday morning aiming to meet the spiritual needs of children and young people in a fun, informal and engaging way: Young Church and The 12+ Group. These groups meets in school term time only.
We aim to be a child-centred and child-friendly cathedral church family. We welcome children’s contribution and presence with us as full members of the church. We celebrate the presence and contribution of people of all ages and constantly strive to be a community where everyone feels welcome, valued and able to worship.
Nau mai, haere mai. All are welcome here.
St Peter's Cathedral Centenary celebrations continue with the
CENTENARY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Click on the poster below to view our Cathedral events page for full details