Welcome to St. Paul's Cathedral, at the very heart of Dunedin City. A welcoming, vibrant community coming together to share the Word of God. Please join us for one of our daily services. The Cathedral is open Monday - Saturday 10am - 3pm and on Sundays for services.
Sunday 26 May – 6th Sunday of Easter
8.00am ~ Said Eucharist: Preacher: Bishop Steven Benford
10.00am ~ Choral Eucharist and Ordination to the Diaconate of Dr Anthony Martin: Preacher - Rev'd Dr John Franklin
7.00pm ~ Choral Evensong
Coming up at St Paul's....
Friday May 24 - 12.10pm - Celtic-style Eucharist
Sunday 30 June - 10am - our preacher will be Bishop Richard Wallace of Te Wai Pounamu Hui Amorangi
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. What started in 2016 as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer. Bishop Steven is organising a continuous prayer roster for the Diocese over 72 hours from 8am on Thursday 30 May 2019, with the hope that we can see continuous prayer offered from the Diocese over this period. You are invited to be part of this for an hour or more, wherever you are - at home, in Church, with friends, at work, school, hospital. Prayer can be so varied - some like silence, others may prefer to sing. For some it will be in pairs or small groups, some are comfortable praying from books - prayer books or the psalms. Others like to pray as it come s to mind. You might feel you need to pray for your Church, ministry unit or area, it could be for the structures of the Diocese, for God to build his Church -regardless of denomination. You might like to pray for family members or friends - especially for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. For more information, and a sign-up link to the roster, visit the Diocesan website.
Other recent events:
On Sunday 10 February we celebrated 100 years of St Paul's Cathedral...read more
For a selection of photographs from the Centennial Celebrations visit the Called South Facebook Page