Two splendid days available to wander through St Christopher’s a beautiful Romanesque style church and then pop next door and enjoy the annual Seatoun Art and Crafts Exhibition and Sale.
St Christopher’s Church will be open from 11am - 2pm on Saturday, October 31st and Sunday, November 1st. The Seatoun Arts & Craft Exhibition and Sale will be on between 10am - 4pm on the same days.
There will also be a Self Guided History Walk Map available for you to explore some of the local sites around Seatoun.
St Christopher’s Church is notable for the quality of its design, materials and craftsmanship, and for the well-considered neo-Romanesque decorative scheme. The building has a historic association with the Presbyterian community of Seatoun.
In 1913 a Presbyterian church hall was opened in Seatoun where it was served by a home missionary. In 1932 a new church, St Christopher’s, was built to the design of William Fielding. The foundation stone was laid on the 6th of April 1932, by His Excellency Lord Bledisloe, the Governor-General.
No booking is required
Location: 22 Forres Street, Seatoun, Wellington City
Cost: Free / Koha appreciated
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 021 955 331
Accessibility: On street parking is available. St Christopher’sis designated earthquake prone and is yellow stickered and remedial work must be completed by 2027.