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Want to help?  Do you have questions or comments that might help make this plan work better?  Please leave a comment below.  Check out the right hand column on this web page and help where you can.

 

This project is all about people helping each other and building and strengthening the community.  Oh...and we leave a beautiful steeple in our wake.

 

 

 

 

The People's Steeple

Marcus Brandt
Phone: 01 484 951 6778
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E-mail: info@ThePeoplesSteeple.org

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Want to Help?

Ring the Cathedral office (03)366 0046  or email Admin@ChristchurchCathedral.co.nz and leave a message of support for the plan.  Offer to help as work crew, cooking, logistics, or any other way you can help.  Donate financially too.

 

Contact the Mayor and your Councillors and urge them to cooperate with the Cathedral and support the plan fully.  Follow this link: 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT:  Ask the Church to stabalize and reinforce the Cathedral .   Refrain from further demolition of the Cathedral until this plan can be fully considered.

 

 

News

Bishop announces deconstruction of Cathedral.

OK...the Bishop has anounced that the Cathedral is to be deconstructed.  Have a read of the Open Letter to Christchurch and see if that decision makes sense to you.   If not, work with us...and find ways to change minds and hearts and save the Cathedral for future generations and the service of God.

Timber Framer's Guild and UK Carpenter's Fellowship pledge support

 

The Timber Framers Guild (Canada and US) together with the UK Carpenter's fellowship have offered their full support to this proposal and have offered to help augment the skills and resources of Canterbury.  They offer to assist by using their member's skills and efforts to prefabricate and help to assemble and raise the needed timber framed sections of the Steeple. 

 

Visit their web sites for more information: www.TFGuild.org and www.CarpentersFellowship.co.uk.