Welcome to the Cathedral Church of Christ the King, commonly referred to as Christ Church Cathedral.
Since its dedication on the Feast of St James (25 July) in 1884, the Cathedral has exercised a special role in the City of Grafton and also in the life of the Anglican Diocese of Grafton, whose parishes, schools and other agencies serve communities throughout the Northern Rivers of New South Wales.
The Cathedral stands on the traditional lands of the Bundjalung nation. We acknowledge and pay our respect to their elders past and present.
The Cathedral is open every day. You are always welcome to use the Cathedral and its grounds for prayer and reflection, and we encourage you to make this House of Prayer a place of pilgrimage and prayer for our City.
WELCOME TO COUNTRY
We, the Anglican Parish of Grafton, acknowledge the Bundjalung peoples, Traditional Custodian of these lands and we pay tribute and respect to the Elders both past and present of the Bundjalung nation which lie within the parish boundary.