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Oruaiti Chapel is an octagonal shaped non-denominational church made from locally milled kauri timber. It was constructed in 1860/61 by settler Thomas Ball in the small settlement of Oruaiti near the Mangonui Harbour, on his own land, for members of the local community. In 1864 a library was established in the building, and in 1892 the land and buildings were sold to the Foster family who retained ownership until 1936 when the church and the land it was sited on were gifted to the Methodist Church. The building was relocated in 1946 to Whangarei and in 1975, the building was relocated to its present site at the Northland Regional Museum in Maunu, Whangarei. The chapel is on the Heritage New Zealand list of historic places as a Category 2 Reg No:3291 and was registered on 22 August 1991.

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  • Die Oruaiti Chapel im Heritage Park von Whangarei in Northland, Neuseeland, ist eine 1861 errichtete kleine Kirche aus Holz. Sie gilt als die kleinste Kirche Neuseelands.
  • Oruaiti Chapel is an octagonal shaped non-denominational church made from locally milled kauri timber. It was constructed in 1860/61 by settler Thomas Ball in the small settlement of Oruaiti near the Mangonui Harbour, on his own land, for members of the local community. In 1864 a library was established in the building, and in 1892 the land and buildings were sold to the Foster family who retained ownership until 1936 when the church and the land it was sited on were gifted to the Methodist Church. The building was relocated in 1946 to Whangarei and in 1975, the building was relocated to its present site at the Northland Regional Museum in Maunu, Whangarei. The chapel is on the Heritage New Zealand list of historic places as a Category 2 Reg No:3291 and was registered on 22 August 1991.
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  • Die Oruaiti Chapel im Heritage Park von Whangarei in Northland, Neuseeland, ist eine 1861 errichtete kleine Kirche aus Holz. Sie gilt als die kleinste Kirche Neuseelands.
  • Oruaiti Chapel is an octagonal shaped non-denominational church made from locally milled kauri timber. It was constructed in 1860/61 by settler Thomas Ball in the small settlement of Oruaiti near the Mangonui Harbour, on his own land, for members of the local community. In 1864 a library was established in the building, and in 1892 the land and buildings were sold to the Foster family who retained ownership until 1936 when the church and the land it was sited on were gifted to the Methodist Church. The building was relocated in 1946 to Whangarei and in 1975, the building was relocated to its present site at the Northland Regional Museum in Maunu, Whangarei. The chapel is on the Heritage New Zealand list of historic places as a Category 2 Reg No:3291 and was registered on 22 August 1991.
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