It's a great church with beautiful architecture with an warmth that is hard to beat. Would 100 percent recommend it.
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This building is a knockout. Majestic inside and out. The interior is quite amazing with its Brutalist architecture meets Sante Fe style ceiling. Well worth a wander up and around the back of the altar where you can read about the construction of this modern...More
I wanted to see Wellington's cathedral after having a good look at its predecessor, nearby Old St Paul's (a lovely 19th century building with an amazing and unique interior). Old St Paul's became too small for the growing congregation and the church authorities wanted an...More
This rather immense Anglican cathedral took many years to build, which might explain its somewhat tentative architecture. It does manage to be very bright inside, even on a less than sunny day, and certainly feels spacious. Its window glass is quite effective. It's a church...More
We walked a good distance to see this modern cathedral and wished we hadn't bothered. The building is a disappointment, the feeling internally is cold and unwelcoming and the garish illuminated cross is out of keeping with a church. Disappointing.
We walked by and decided to pop in to take a look. There was a staff member at a desk near the entrance who gave us some brochure and welcomed us to take a look around, even though we weren't worshippers. We walked around and...More
We had a walk up to this cathedral but it was closed so just managed to take a look through the windows and saw a lot of similarities with Coventry cathedral. The etched glass on show here was engraved by NZ born John Hutton who...More
The modern church has a mixture of both modern and classic stained glass windows with beautiful bright colors.