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The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is an historic church near the CBD of Auckland, New Zealand. It has played an important role in the history and development of the Anglican denomination in Auckland, being first a central parish church, then the home of the Māori Anglican Mission. Its separate hall was originally the temporary home for St Paul's Church and is now Tātai Hono marae. When the church was constructed, it had the tallest steeple in Auckland, and retains aesthetic qualities as well as being a major landmark. The church has ongoing strong spiritual, cultural and social values, and welcomes all people in a Tikanga Māori Anglican setting.

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  • The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is an historic church near the CBD of Auckland, New Zealand. It has played an important role in the history and development of the Anglican denomination in Auckland, being first a central parish church, then the home of the Māori Anglican Mission. Its separate hall was originally the temporary home for St Paul's Church and is now Tātai Hono marae. When the church was constructed, it had the tallest steeple in Auckland, and retains aesthetic qualities as well as being a major landmark. The church has ongoing strong spiritual, cultural and social values, and welcomes all people in a Tikanga Māori Anglican setting.
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  • George Connor and Te Kitohi (Kito) Pikaahu
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  • Kerry Davis, Iritana Hankins, Shona Pink-Martin and Jenny Quince
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  • The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is an historic church near the CBD of Auckland, New Zealand. It has played an important role in the history and development of the Anglican denomination in Auckland, being first a central parish church, then the home of the Māori Anglican Mission. Its separate hall was originally the temporary home for St Paul's Church and is now Tātai Hono marae. When the church was constructed, it had the tallest steeple in Auckland, and retains aesthetic qualities as well as being a major landmark. The church has ongoing strong spiritual, cultural and social values, and welcomes all people in a Tikanga Māori Anglican setting.
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