Symbols of the Cathedral

Symbols of the Cathedral

A cathedral is a Christian church which contains the seat of a bishop, thus serving as the central church of a diocese. The history of Christ Church Cathedral is long and rich. A sense of the Cathedral's history can be experienced by a simple wander through the church and its adjoining premises. 

The church has an undeniably historic and significant presence. History comes alive by reading the inscriptions of commemoration and dedication on stained-glass windows, on parts of the Cathedral's pipe organ, on memorial plaques, on embroidered clergy-desk and choir-stall cushions and altar kneelers, in prayer books and hymnals.

We hope you will visit and take a walk through this sacred space to discover all that the Cathedral and it's members have to offer.


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