Cook Island Christian Church (CICC), Avarua

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Visit the largest religious denomination in the Cook Islands at Cook Island Christian Church (CICC). Built in 1853, the white-coral building hosts services every Sunday and rings with hymns sung in the Maori language. Explore the cemetery to will see a monument dedicated  to Polynesian missionary Papeiha. The cemetery also contains the final resting place and a life-size bust of Albert Henry, the country's first prime minister.   Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Cook Island Christian Church (CICC) by using our Rarotonga itinerary planner.
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  • We didn't go to this particular church in Avarua but the one in Ngatangiia - where the 7 Ocean Canoes departed for Aotearoa! The congregation were in their colorful attire and some in white - our grou...  read more »
  • We were blessed to be staying nearby and had planned to go to the service. It was a wonderful experience with a warm welcome, a good bible-based message and of course amazing singing from the small gr...  read more »
  • Attended Sunday service. The singing was spectacular, and the. Isidore were made very welcome. The church was built in the 1800s, simple and beautiful 
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