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2008 – The Right Reverend Victoria Matthews, BA, MDiv, ThM
P O Box 4438 Christchurch 8140
Tel: 03 348 6960, Fax: 03 348 2373,
Jurisd ‑ Centre portions S Island of NZ; Area, 21,000 sq miles Census Pop, 525,672 (2006); Ch Pop 94,476 (2001); Description of Arms: Azure on a Cross Argent the letters ix Gules in the first quarter three estoiles of eight points one and two Or.
12 Winchester St, Merivale, Christchurch 8014 Tel: 03 379 2000
Mrs G Simpson, BSc, Dip Tchg – Principal
The Reverend M A Riley, BA - Chaplain,
P O Box 400, Christchurch 8410 Tel: 03 366 8705
Mr S Leese, BEd (Hons), MSc, Cphys, MinstP, ECollP - Principal
The Reverend J B M Peters, BSc, Dip Tchg, BTheol - Chaplain
Wrights Ave, Highfield, Timaru 7910 Tel: 03 688 6074
Mrs F Black, BA, Dip Ed - Principal The Reverend H R Blair, MA, BD, DipTchg - Chaplain
2 Chester Street West, Christchurch Tel: 03 365 0385
Mr W Arnst, ME Admin, Bed - Headmaster
The Reverend C R Tremewan, TTC, Dip Th - Chaplain
Cnr Durham & Lichfield Streets, Christchurch
Tel: 03 379 9790
Mr K R Boyce, BA, Dip Tchg, TTC - Principal
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