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Top places of worship recommendations from locals

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“St Oswald's is the local church for the One Tree Hill and Oranga areas. This is a small, lively, church with a mix of ages. Most of people live locally. You can be certain of a friendly welcome.”
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“This is another quiet spot in the middle of the town. Great for a quick break during your stroll in the city.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“The Baptist denomination is a network of over 240 local churches - the Baptist Churches of New Zealand - who share common beliefs and practices. It's a place worth going and you will surely love it.”
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“St Faiths church is the 5th most visited building in NZ. The church is over 100 years old and has the famous glass stained window depicting Jesus Christ cloak and the image gives the impression that Jesus is walking on water as in the foreground is Lake Rotorua. The church has wonderful flax work on the walls and the bench seats have all been carved by famous maori carves. ell worth a visit. A gold coin entry fee and there is usually two women on the door who can answer any questions you may have. Open from 10am till 3pm daily.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“If you like gardens and depending on when visiting as only open spring summer.. it is stunning to see. They re-open on Sunday 27 October 2019. Admissions $15 per person. No discounts. Children under 12 not permitted unless by prior arrangement with the management. The TreeChurch is a place of quiet contemplation ”
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“a welcoming of all cultures, kid friendly with a kid friendly cafe' where breast-feeding is the norm. All-press coffee - the best in New Zealand ”
  • 2 locals recommend
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“ Anglican cathedral in Hamilton, located in the Waikato Region of North Island, NZ. It is located on a small hill, known as Cathedral Hill, in the southern central part of the city off Victoria St.”
  • 1 local recommends
Cemetery
“The Cemetery and Heritage Centre at Rangiriri tells the story of one of the major battles of the NZ Wars on this spot. There is a café here plus a short film of the reenactment of the event. Download the NZ Wars app to follow the path of war through the Waikato. ”
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Cemetery
“Early colonial cemetery, read the names of the fallen, both Maori and British soldiers”
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