Nau mai whakatau mai, welcome
Tēnā koutou and welcome to the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin’s website. The Diocese of Dunedin covers the provinces of Otago and Southland in the lower South Island of New Zealand. It includes about thirty parishes as well as social service agencies in Dunedin and Invercargill, rest homes, a psycho-geriatric hospital, a girls’ school and a University hall of residence.
Latest News & Stories
Restoration of cathedral artworks complete.
St Paul’s Cathedral conservation committee chairwoman Dr Stella Cullington stands in front of some of the church’s restored paintings yesterday. Photo by Peter McIntosh.
St Paul’s Cathedral restoration of artworks complete
St Paul’s Cathedral conservation committee chairwoman Dr Stella Cullington is wondering what to do with herself now the... View article
by Jenny Collier: The News (Central Otago)
While she may be the new vicar of the Dunstan Anglican parish in Central Otago, the Rev Penny Sinnamon is not new to the area or its people.
Mrs Sinnamon has spent many years farming in the Omakau› Poolburn district with husband Lionel, but she now has a different flock to tend.
Installed as the new part›time vicar at St Aidan’s Anglican church in June, Mrs Sinnamon replaces the Rev Ross Falconer who returned to Whangamata after 16... View article
The Food Bank is desperately in need of laundry powder at the moment. Donations can be dropped off to Anglican Family Care at 266 Hanover Street.
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On Friday 28th August in the Dean’s Foyer of St Paul’s Cathedral, 5.30pm, the Cathedral Gallery with the restored paintings and photographs will be officially opened. This opening coincides with the start of Dunedin Heritage celebrations and the exhibits in the Gallery give a unique insight into the story of the Cathedral and its place in the Octagon and the life of the city. The Gallery is designed to enhance the experience of visitors to the city and all who come to explore the... View article
“The next Celtic Style Eucharist will be on Friday 28 August at 12.10pm in the cathedral crypt. Our theme will be Celebrating Spring and people are invited to bring a symbol of Spring. Everyone is welcome.”