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Welcome to Waiapu Cathedral


Whakapaingia te Atua e whakamine nei i a tātou.
Whakamoemititia te Atua kua kotahi nei tātou.

Blessed be God who calls us together.

Praise to God who makes us one people.

What's on?

We welcome visitors into Cathedral during the week from 9am – 4pm and Saturday mornings, as well as during Sunday services.  You are very welcome to come into our calm space if you need a time of quiet or to light a candle for people you miss.  

All Welcome to OUR ServiceS

Sunday 21 April
8.00 – 9.00am         Eucharist, Aotearoa Chapel
10.00 – 11.00am      Choral Eucharist

Tuesday – Friday
9.00am                     Morning prayer, Resurrection Chapel

Tuesday 23 April
10.30am                   Eucharist, Resurrection Chapel, followed by morning tea    

Wednesday 24 April
12 noon                    Weekly midday prayer followed by Te Puna a te Rangimarie – Pool of Peace (a time of meditation in the Anglican tradition).
7.00pm                     Vestry meeting

7.00pm                     Choir rehearsal

Saturday 27 April
8.30am                     Walk and reflection – meeting at main Te Mata Park carpark.
10am                         Pins and Needles crafting group, Cathedral

Sunday 28 April
8.00 – 9.00am          Eucharist, Aotearoa Chapel, Preacher – Rev’d Helen Jacobi
10.00 – 11.00am       Choral Eucharist – Rev’d Helen Jacobi

Music reproduced with permission under CCLI 504995.

Waiapu Cathedral of St John the Evangelist


The people of Waiapu Cathedral are a living community sharing the Christian journey together. 

You are welcome here whether you come as a tourist, an occasional worshipper, a person seeking a spiritual journey, or a person seeking a spiritual home. You are welcome to join the journey with us for a few moments or for a lifetime. 

We welcome all who come, and know that all people are precious to God, our loving Creator. We value and celebrate the presence and ministry of children and young people. We offer hospitality for worship, community gatherings, forums, celebrations and commemorations. We are a resurrection people. We strive to live out our faith in Christ in our individual lives and as people gathered together in community. 

We aspire to be a people of faith, hope and new beginnings.