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Patronal Festival

Patronal Festival 

Please bring along a plate to share and join us for a shared lunch following the 9.45am Choral Eucharist on Sunday 2nd July. 

All are welcome!

Monday Munch

MONDAY MUNCH 

Monday 3rd July 2017

Please join us for a hot roast meal at 12.30pm the first Monday of every second month. 

A great opportunity for a delicious and affordable roast meal with good company.. and you won't have to scrub a roasting dish afterwards!

Cost is $10 per person. Please book and pre-pay your lunch by Friday 30th June, 2pm. 

To book a meal please contact Hannah or Ann at the Cathedral office 8394683 or admin@stpeter.org.nz 

ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

 

Social Club

Social Club Morning Tea

Thursday 26th October, 10.30am
St Peter's Cathedral Centre
Cost: Koha
 

Social Club is a regular opportunity for people of all ages and stages to gather for a morning tea, fellowship, and friendship. 

A variety of events will be held during the year including outing, visiting speakers, games, and any other activities suggested by our members.

ALL ARE WELCOME! 

Cathedral Maintenance Workshop

Saturday 8th July
8.30am - 12 noon

Please join us for a hearty cooked breakfast followed by a maintenance working bee around the Cathedral.

The jobs vary from light cleaning to more physically demanding repairs or gardening so helpers of all abilities are welcome!

Everyone is packed up and home by lunch time.

Please RSVP for breakfast catering purposes to Warren (warren@stpeter.org.nz)

Monday Munch

MONDAY MUNCH 

Monday 6th November 2017

Please join us for a hot roast meal at 12.30pm the first Monday of every second month. 

A great opportunity for a delicious and affordable roast meal with good company.. and you won't have to scrub a roasting dish afterwards!

Cost is $10 per person. Please book and pre-pay your lunch by Friday 3rd November, 2pm. 

To book a meal please contact Hannah or Ann at the Cathedral office 8394683 or admin@stpeter.org.nz 

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Social Club

Social Club Morning Tea

Thursday 27th July, 10.30am
St Peter's Cathedral Centre
Cost: Koha
 

Social Club is a regular opportunity for people of all ages and stages to gather for a morning tea, fellowship, and friendship. 

A variety of events will be held during the year including outing, visiting speakers, games, and any other activities suggested by our members.

ALL ARE WELCOME! 

Cathedral Quiz Night

Greetings Cathedral family!

You are warmly invited to join us for a night of fun at the…

St Peter’s Quiz Night

Saturday, 19th August, 2017

Doors open 6.30pm/ Quiz begins at 7pm
@ the St Peter's Cathedral Centre

$10 per person (pay on the door)
Children free/ Joker round $5

Prizes & spot prizes up for grabs! Raffles to be won!

Make up a team up to 8 people or come on the night as an individual and join a team.

BYO drinks & nibbles. 

Some nibbles will also be provided.

All Welcome!

We need to knock the Bellringers off the winners’ podium from last year!!

Inbetweeners Mid Winter Christmas

MID WINTER CHRISTMAS MEAL

Wednesday 2nd August

St Peter's Cathedral Centre

Roast dinner & dessert! Just $15 per person

 

Please pre-pay for your meal before Tuesday 1st August

Please give money to Hannah or pay at the Cathedral office.

For more information please contact Hannah.

 

 

Who are the Inbetweeners?

The Inbetweeners is a new, informal and relaxed social group open to all 18 to 30-something year olds. All are welcome, feel free to bring a mate

Come along to catch up with others at the same age & stage as you!

Are you new to Hamilton? Studying or working away from home? Inbetweeners is the perfect opportunity to make some new mates in a new city!

So come along and join this exciting new social group run by young adults for young adults.

If you have any questions, or would like to join our emailing list or Facebook group please feel free to contact Hannah admin@stpeter.org.nz or 0212594080

See you there!

Social Club

Social Club Morning Tea

Thursday 17th August, 10.30am
St Peter's Cathedral Centre
Cost: Koha
 

Social Club is a regular opportunity for people of all ages and stages to gather for a morning tea, fellowship, and friendship. 

A variety of events will be held during the year including outing, visiting speakers, games, and any other activities suggested by our members.

ALL ARE WELCOME! 

Monday Munch

MONDAY MUNCH 

Monday 4th September 2017

Please join us for a hot roast meal at 12.30pm the first Monday of every second month. 

A great opportunity for a delicious and affordable roast meal with good company.. and you won't have to scrub a roasting dish afterwards!

Cost is $10 per person. Please book and pre-pay your lunch by Friday 1st September, 2pm. 

To book a meal please contact Ann at the Cathedral office 8394683 or office@stpeter.org.nz

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Social Club

Social Club Morning Tea

Thursday 21st September, 10.30am
St Peter's Cathedral Centre
Cost: Koha
 

Social Club is a regular opportunity for people of all ages and stages to gather for a morning tea, fellowship, and friendship. 

A variety of events will be held during the year including outing, visiting speakers, games, and any other activities suggested by our members.

ALL ARE WELCOME! 

World Vision 40 Hour Backpack Challenge

World Vision 40 Hour Backpack Challenge 2016

Could you fit your life into one backpack?

St Peter’s Youth Club are taking the 2016 World Vision Backpack Challenge to raise funds for refugee children who have been affected by conflict in Syria. Many have had to leave their homes with only what they can carry.  

The St Peter’s Youth Club will strive to understand the current refugee crisis better by taking up the challenge of fitting their lives into a backpack for 40 hours including spending a night sleeping in the Cathedral with only the basics. 

Would you like to show your support?

Here is how:

1. Sponsor a Youth Club member to complete the backpack challenge. 

2. Make a donation via the Cathedral office (contact 839 4683 or admin@stpeter.org.nz).

3. Go online and donate directly to the St Peter’s Youth Club backpack challenge profile; Go to the 40 hour famine website, under ‘Find a Fundraiser’ search for ‘St Peter’s Cathedral Youth Club’

4. Click on the links below to go straight to our profile page where donations can be made online.

For further information please contact the St Peter's Cathedral office (07) 839 4683 or admin@stpeter.org.nz

 

Link: http://www.worldvision.org.nz/fundraising/team/st-peter-s-cathedral-youth-club/40-hour-famine


 

The Feast - Professor Douglas Campbell

 

THE FEAST : Discipleship

 
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May 17 Professor Douglas Campbell (Duke Divinity School)
Internationally renowned theologian and New Testament Professor at what is arguably the world's leading college of divinity, Douglas Campbell will be launching our Diocesan winter lecture series. Douglas is a native of Hamilton and we are delighted to welcome him home to hear about his call to discipleship. While much of Prof Campbell's time is  devoted to teaching and study he is also significantly involved in prison ministry in the USA. Join Douglas to hear his extraordinary story and take the opportunity to ask him some questions. 

Watch this interview between Prof Campbell and Dr Chris Tilling and you will get a feel for Douglas' theology and sense of humour.

7.30pm Cathedral Church of St Peter, Victoria Street, Hamilton.

 

For further information please follow the link below:
http://www.waikatotaranakianglican.org.nz/event/the-feast-3

 

 

 

The Feast - Bishop Helen-Ann Hartley

THE FEAST

THE FEAST : Discipleship

 
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May 24 Bishop Helen-Ann Hartley (Bishop of Waikato)
The Right Reverend Dr Helen-Ann Hartley is the Bishop of Waikato.  She was ordained priest in 2005 in the Diocese of Oxford, UK, and served her curacy in a rural team of fifteen parishes.  In 2008, she was appointed Tutor in New Testament Studies at Ripon College Cuddesdon, and was involved in the training and formation of ordinands and teaching in the University of Oxford.
During this time, she was appointed to the steering group for theological education in the Anglican Communion. Bishop Helen-Ann has a commitment to education and discipleship training for all ages, with a special focus on schools and young adults.

7.30pm Cathedral Church of St Peter, Victoria Street, Hamilton.
For further information please follow the link below:
http://www.waikatotaranakianglican.org.nz/event/the-feast-3
 
 
 
 

The Feast - Archbishop Philip Richardson

THE FEAST

THE FEAST : Discipleship

 
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May 31 Archbishop Philip Richardson (Bishop of Taranaki and Tikanga Pakeha Primate)
The Most Reverend Philip Richardson is the Bishop of Taranaki and Archbishop of the New Zealand Dioceses. He was ordained priest in 1982 and undertook pastoral ministry in Auckland City, Whangarei and Dunedin, following which he was Head of Selwyn College at Otago University and was involved in post graduate study and teaching at that University. It was there that he further developed his interest in Ethics and was part of the teaching team for this discipline. Since being Bishop of Taranaki he has consistently advocated for a servant focussed commitment from each local Church to the communities in which they are set.
 
 
7.30pm Cathedral Church of St Peter, Victoria Street, Hamilton.​
For further information please follow the link below:
 
For further information please follow the link below:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Feast - The Reverend Peter Osborne

THE FEAST

THE FEAST : Discipleship

 
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June 7 The Reverend Peter Osborne​ (Anglican Action)
Anglican Action is our social justice agency in the Waikato. It has been operating for over 20 years and in that time provided critical support to vulnerable people throughout the district. 

The Reverend Peter Osborne is a former Ministry Educator of the Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki who has now committed himself to supporting men as they try to reintegrate into the community. 

7.30pm Cathedral Church of St Peter, Victoria Street, Hamilton.​
 
For further information please follow the link below:
http://www.waikatotaranakianglican.org.nz/event/the-feast-3

Maintenance Day

Maintenance Day
Saturday 25th June 2016

Join us for a cooked breakfast at 8.30am
Gardening, cleaning, maintenance - All away by noon.
Please let Warren know for catering warren@stpeter.org.nz
All volunteers welcome!

Choral Evensong 5pm

Choral Evensong 5pm

Corpus Christi College Choir

St Peter’s Cathedral Centenary Concert
The Choir of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University.

Friday 9th December 2016
6pm Canapés and drinks
7pm Concert

$25 adults / $20 concession + Booking fee
(Ticket includes hospitality and general admission)


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Concert venue:
St Peter’s Cathedral
51 Victoria Street, Hamilton
(07) 839 4683

ALL WELCOME!!!!

 

Centenary Celebrations

 

 

The Dean and Chapter of The Waikato Cathedral Church of St Peter, Kirikiriroa Hamilton, Aotearoa  New Zealand

Invite all St Peter’s Cathedral  Parishioners to

Centenary Celebrations

On

Sunday 11th December 2016

9.45am Choral Eucharist

with

The Right Rev’d Dr Helen-Ann Hartley,

Bishop of Waikato

The Most Rev’d Philip Richardson,

Bishop of Taranaki,

Archbishop of the New Zealand Dioceses

 

To be followed by lunch.

St Peter’s Cathedral - celebrating 100 years of worship, music, education, art, ministry, and service to the Waikato and city of Hamilton, Kirikiriroa.

(07) 839 4683 / admin@stpeter.org.nz

Bell Ringers Peal Attempt

 

Bell Ringers Peal attempt!

9am, Saturday 10th December

Followed by the Bell Tower open day - come and discover the historical Hamilton bell tower to celebrate the Cathedrals 100th Birthday!

ALL WELCOME!!!!!

Residential Homes Carol Service

Residential Homes Carol Service

Wednesday 14th December, 2pm

Service followed by afternoon tea

All are welcome!  Residents, staff, friends and family. 

RSVP for catering purposes to the Cathedral office (07) 839 4683

Bell Tower Roof Climb Open Evening

Bell Tower Climb!

The bell tower will open to the public on

Thursday 15th December, 7pm - 9pm

Cost - FREE!

Climb right up to the roof for 360 degree views of Hamilton City from the top of the bell tower, atop the Cathedral, atop the sacred hill of Pukerangiora! 

An amazing opportunity to see inside the bell tower of the historic St Peter's Cathedral which celebrates its centenary on the 11th December 2016.

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Retired Clergy Advent Service

The Retired clergy in the Diocese will gather for a service, led by the Bishop, of Holy Communion together to celebrate Advent. The service is followed by lunch. 

Bell Tower Roof Climb Open Evening

Bell Tower Climb!

The bell tower will open to the public on

Tuesday 20th December, 7pm - 9pm

Cost - FREE!

Climb right up to the roof for 360 degree views of Hamilton City from the top of the bell tower, atop the Cathedral, atop the sacred hill of Pukerangiora! 

An amazing opportunity to see inside the bell tower of the historic St Peter's Cathedral which celebrates its centenary on the 11th December 2016.

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Reflective Christmas Service

A quiet and reflective Christmas service

12 noon

Christmas Eve

Reflections on the Water of Life

 

“Reflection on the Water of Life”

Meditations for The Five Sundays in Lent and Palm Sunday

 

Recommended and contributed to by the Rt Rev’d Dr Helen-Ann Hartley, Bishop of Waikato.

Written and compiled by Members of the Anglican Communion Environmental Network (ACEN) 2017

 

Printed study booklets available from the Cathedral on request or follow the links below.

 

 

Click here to view full details on Trinity Church Website.

Click here to download "Reflection on the Water of Life" study guide.

Palm Sunday Service

 

PALM SUNDAY SERVICE

9.45am

9th April 2017

A special outside-and-in service, following our donkey to the Stations of the Cross, encircling the cathedral hill accompanied by the choir, followed by a service of Holy Communion.

All Welcome!

 

RISK: Through Lent with Acts

Lenten Studies 2017

11am-12noon or 7pm-8.30pm

Wednesdays during Lent

St Peter's Cathedral centre

Chrism Mass

Tuesday 11th April

12 noon

St Peter's Cathedral

CHRISM MASS

The diocesan community gathers with Bishop Helen-Ann Hartey at St Peter's Cathedral in a renewal of Ministry with oil of anointing.

ALL ARE WELCOME

Easter Day

St Peter's Cathedral, 51 Victoria Street, Hamilton

8am         Easter Day Eucharist

9.45am    Easter Day Choral Eucharist

5pm         Cantata Vespers


St Anne's Congregation, 85 Barrington Drive, Rototuna

​10am      Easter Day Eucharist

Click here for more information on St Anne's Congregation, Rototuna.


 

Social Club

Social Club Morning Tea

Thursday 16th Novmeber, 10.30am
St Peter's Cathedral Centre
Cost: Koha
 

Social Club is a regular opportunity for people of all ages and stages to gather for a morning tea, fellowship, and friendship. 

A variety of events will be held during the year including outing, visiting speakers, games, and any other activities suggested by our members.

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Cantata Vespers

 

Cantata Vespers service

5pm @ St Peter's Cathedral

All welcome.

Youth Club - Leap!

Youth Club 

@ Leap! trampoline park 

4-6pm

Cost tbc 

 

Christingle Service

This fun, interactive service has been designed with children and youth in mind, however all are welcome to attend.

The service includes puppet store telling, songs, and the chance to make your very own Christingle to take home with you. 

ALL ARE WELCOME!

 

Maintenance day and Breakfast

Maintenance Day
Saturday 30th July 2016

Join us for a cooked breakfast at 8.30am
Gardening, cleaning, maintenance - All away by noon.
Please let Warren know for catering warren@stpeter.org.nz
All volunteers welcome!

Mayoral Candidates Hustings Event

The Bishop of Waikato
The Rt Rev'd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley
invites you, your friends and family 

to hear the 2016 Hamilton City Mayoral Candidates
answer questions on the welfare of the city and its people.

Come and hear what they have to say!

The theme for the afternoon is:

Seeking the welfare of the city

 

Sunday 18th September, 2pm- 3.30pm
(including time for refreshments afterwards)

St Peter's Cathedral
51 Victoria Street
Hamilton

 

ALL WELCOME!

 


 


 

Friary of the Divine Compassion Quiet Day

Friary of the Divine Compassion Quiet Day


Saturday13th August 2016
10am-4pm at the Friary.


Te Ara Hou Village, 100a Morrinsville Road, Hillcrest


Lunch provided—Koha appreciated
An indication of attendance would be helpful. All welcome.

Family Pilgramage to Parihaka Pa

The Hamilton Urban Deanery invites you to join us on a family pilgrimage to Parihaka Pa, Pungarehu, Taranaki.

Friday 24th February - We travel after school together to New Plymouth by in hired mini busses (two have been booked). Dinner will be fish’ n’ chips at Mokau before we carry on to St Mary’s Cathedral where we will watch a movie and then stay the night.

Saturday 25th February - We start the day with breakfast at St Mary’s before our journey continues to Parihaka Pa, a historically significant place of peace and spiritual refuge. We visit Parihaka for a 5 hour tour, talk and kai. In the afternoon we visit one of Taranaki’s beautiful beaches for a swim before returning to St Mary’s Cathedral for a BBQ dinner. Dinner will be followed by games and/ or movie night.

Sunday 26th February - We join St Mary’s Cathedral’s morning service before returning home to Hamilton.

The cost is estimated to be approx. $40 - $50 per person including travel and food - a bargain weekend away!

You are still very welcome to join us if you wish to make your own travel and accommodation arrangements. Please still register your interest but note in your email that you wish to make your own travel and/ or accommodation arrangements.

Please contact Hannah if you require any further information or to register your interest: admin@stpeter.org.nz

Film Festival - Life of Brian

7pm Thursday 29 September

Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)

Comedy - 1h 34mDirector: Terry Jones

The Monty Python comedy team pokes the borax at anything which they think could do with a good old shake up. What falls out is enormously witty, hugely funny, and often really provoking at the same time. They have no respect for cows, sacred or otherwise, and that includes everything from the Pope to Jesus himself. So how do Christians, or any other civilised humans, react when Christ turns out to be the other guy born in a stable.  This Messiah, one Brian Cohen,by name. has been born on the same Christmas but in the stable next door. What a mix up. Is there a limit on laughter? Can one learn from comedy? Is having a good old chortle at the ideas many of us hold to be absolute, not open to question, OK? And above all, how do we react when those ideas are not to be seen as having a funny side in which dignity and respect appear to be seriously diminished . Or are they? You cannot NOT enjoy this movie, even if you take offense at scenes like the one in which Brian drops his cross and the Samaritan picks it up while Brian beats it.

 

CENTENARY FILM FESTIVAL

Thurs 29th Sept - Sat 1st Oct 2016

TICKETS ONLY $5!!! 
(per person per film)
NO PRE-SALES / PAY ON THE DOOR

Ticket includes popcorn! 

All screenings at St Peter's Cathedral Centre
51 Victoria Street
Hamilton

ALL WELCOME!

 

 

Centenary Music Festival

VOX BAROQUE CONCERT UPDATE:

DOOR SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE FRIDAY 19TH AUGUST

DOOR SALES TICKETS ARE FOR CONCERT ONLY. 
DOOR SALE TICKET DOES NOT INCLUDE ENTRY TO CATERED LAUNCH EVENT FOLLOWING THE CONCERT.

 

 

The Music Festival Evensong is 5pm Sunday 21st August. 

Therefore there will be no Evensong on Sunday 28th August.

 

http://creativewaikato.co.nz/calendar/event/2002/cathedral-centenary-music-festival-weekend

Film Festival - The Gospel of Us

7pm Friday 30 September

The Gospel of Us (2012)

Drama - 1h 55m Director:  Dave McKean

A seaside town, Port Talbot in Wales, is in trouble. A major corporation is controlling  the town for its own purposes. At Easter, after a violent confrontation, a kindly, soft spoken man returns home after being away for forty days, and teaches a non violent approach to resistance. He becomes a figure to which the townspeople turn, and whom the corporation sees as a threat needing removal. The narrative then follows a series of events recounted in the Gospels, with clear parallels between The Teacher in the film, and the life of Christ. It raises fascinating issues around how we portray Christ, how we teach Christian beliefs, and the degree to which the story of the Gospels is sacrosanct, not to be rewritten as a modern fable.

 

CENTENARY FILM FESTIVAL

Thurs 29th Sept - Sat 1st Oct 2016

TICKETS ONLY $5!!! 
(per person per film)
NO PRE-SALES / PAY ON THE DOOR

Ticket includes popcorn! 

All screenings at St Peter's Cathedral Centre
51 Victoria Street
Hamilton

ALL WELCOME!

 

 

 

Vox Baroque Concert - An Hour with Handel

VOX BAROQUE CONCERT UPDATE:

DOOR SALES WILL BE AVAILABLE FRIDAY 19TH AUGUST

DOOR SALES TICKETS ARE FOR CONCERT ONLY. 
DOOR SALE TICKET DOES NOT INCLUDE ENTRY TO CATERED LAUNCH EVENT FOLLOWING THE CONCERT. 

 

Film Festival - Noah

2pm Saturday 1st October  

Noah (2014)

Fantasy/Drama - 2h 19m Director: Darren Aronovsky

Now here's a wonderful modern equivalent to Saturday night's performance of The Robe. Both are spectacular. Both are in the great tradition of the Biblical epics, and both are really really suspect in their historicity and Biblical interpretation. Noah is full of reasonable characters and just as full of computer generated images which tend to take over the real interest. The narrative has clearly nicked bits of Biblical story telling, but presented in their realist modern garb the stories take on a predetermined path, which may not leave as much room for discussion as the first two films in the festival. Oh it really is Noah and his Ark, with a fantastic flood and doves and an environmentally sound save the animals theme, and Russell Crowe always produces strong and interesting personalities. In the end, here is Bible story out of Hollywood and Disney. Fun…

 

CENTENARY FILM FESTIVAL

Thurs 29th Sept - Sat 1st Oct 2016

TICKETS ONLY $5!!! 
(per person per film)
NO PRE-SALES / PAY ON THE DOOR

Ticket includes popcorn! 

All screenings at St Peter's Cathedral Centre
51 Victoria Street
Hamilton

ALL WELCOME!

 

Monday Munch Christmas Dinner

MONDAY MUNCH CHRISTMAS DINNER

Monday 11th Decmber 2017

Please join us for a hot roast meal at 12.30pm.

A great opportunity for a delicious and affordable roast meal with good company.. and you won't have to scrub a roasting dish afterwards!

Cost is $10 per person. Please book and pre-pay your lunch by Friday 7th December, 2pm. 

To book a meal please contact Hannah or Ann at the Cathedral office 8394683 or admin@stpeter.org.nz 

ALL ARE WELCOME!

Film Festival - The Robe

7pm Saturday 1st October

The Robe (1953) 

Peplum/Drama - 2h 15m Director: Henry Koster

Oh what joy. Victor Mature in full pectorals, Richard Burton doing a Shakespearian Bible, and Jean Simmons being, well, the beautiful Jean Simmons. It picks up the Christian story about the time of the Crucifixion, gently, mind, no one will be offended. It was not in the way of fifties epics, especially an expensive one like this Twentieth Century Fox venture into Cinemascope, to offend the box office -oops audience. Richard Burton tosses dice for clothing no longer needed by the three crucified men, and wins Christ's robe - hence the title.  Problem is that his slave, (Mr Mature, aka Demetrius) has already become a Christian and steals the robe to preserve it. Mmmm. Cinema had a different view of the world in the fifties when The Robe was released and this is must see cinema for us to appreciate how far the church has come in the last sixty years

 

CENTENARY FILM FESTIVAL

Thurs 29th Sept - Sat 1st Oct 2016

TICKETS ONLY $5!!! 
(per person per film)
NO PRE-SALES / PAY ON THE DOOR

Ticket includes popcorn! 

All screenings at St Peter's Cathedral Centre
51 Victoria Street
Hamilton

ALL WELCOME!

 

 

 

 

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