2022Sun24Apr5:00 pm6:30 pmAnzac Eve Service at St Davids5:00 pm - 6:30 pm St David's Memorial Church grounds, 70 Kyhber Pass Road, Grafton, Auckland 1023Type:CultureWhere:Central AucklandAges:Teens (13 to 18 years),Tweens (10 to 12 years)
(Sunday) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
On Sunday 24 April at 5pm, St David’s will host The Art of Remembrance. It was on ANZAC Day 1927 that the foundation stone
On Sunday 24 April at 5pm, St David’s will host The Art of Remembrance.
It was on ANZAC Day 1927 that the foundation stone was laid. When the doors opened later that year, St David’s was dedicated as the Soldiers’ Memorial Church. It commemorates the RNZE and
Sappers, the nurses, WWII 29th and 30th Infantry Battalions, and all who have served Aotearoa New Zealand since World War One.104 years later, you are welcome inside this rare, living memorial, for a musical service of remembrance that will include the Scottish bagpipes, big band, taonga puoro, waiata and the 1910 Croft organ. The Last Post will sound, and we will Remember Them.
Hot drinks and ANZAC biscuits will be served afterwards.
We thank the Waitematā Local Board for their generous funding support, as Principal Event Partner.
Please note: due to COVID, numbers are strictly limited to 200 for this indoor event. We encourage you to RSVP early .RSVP essential contact@RememberThem.nz
FREE memorial event
Friends of St DavidsSt David’s was built as the Soldiers’ Memorial Church with the promise “to keep green the faith and courage and sacrifice” of those who gave their lives in WWI. The Friends of Saint David’s Trust is a registered New Zealand charity founded to keep that promise, to Remember Them by saving the Soldiers’ Memorial Church from demolition.