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Families@Five- 5th October at 5pm

Families@Five will be back on Saturday, 5 October at 5.00pm! We will be learning about some of the angels in the Bible and we will be making angels in our craft session. Please bring a plate to share. Everyone welcome!

Families@Five is an informal communion service
for families with Bible message, craft, songs and a meal. First Saturday of every month in the Cathedral.

School holiday fun

Springtime Fun For Kids

At Christ Church Cathedral
Wed 9th, Thurs 10th and Fri 11th October, 2019
2pm to 4pm each day!

Join us for crafts, games, music,
stories, garden fun, treasure hunts and more!
Afternoon Tea provided!
For kids from Kinder to Yr6
(older if you wish or younger if a parent stays)

Cost: $5 per family

Contact Rosie Murree-Allen on 49264663 or 0400264658
Or email

Programme is led by a reliable,
dedicated, fun team of trained
and safety accredited adults.


Cathedral shop holiday opening hours

Good Friday Closed
Saturday 20 April open 10 am – 4 pm
Easter Sunday open 11 am – 1.30 pm
Easter Monday 22 April   open 10 am – 4 pm
ANZAC DAY 25 April open 10 am – 4.00 pm

Please note that the tower is open for climbing only while the shop is open. Info

2019 HOLY WEEK, EASTER and ANZAC Commemoration services

SUNDAY 14 April – Passion Sunday of the Palms
7.00am Eucharist
8.00am Eucharist with Liturgy of the Palms
10.00am Choral Eucharist with Liturgy of the Palms
6.00pm Choral Evening Prayer

WEDNESDAY 17 April – Wednesday in Holy Week
7.00pm Tenebrae Liturgy

THURSDAY 18 April – Maundy Thursday
7.30pm Liturgy of the Lord’s Supper
and watch of the Passion until 11pm

FRIDAY 19 April – Good Friday
8.00am  Morning Prayer and Litany
10.00am Children’s Service
12noon Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion
6.00pm Taizé Service – Prayers around the Cross

SATURDAY 20 April – Holy Saturday
7.00pm Easter Vigil Liturgy

SUNDAY 21 April – Easter Sunday
7.00am Eucharist
8.00am Sung Eucharist
10.00am Orchestral Eucharist
6.00pm Festal Evensong

11.00am War Widows Guild Opening of the Field of Remembrance