Cook Island Christian Church (CICC), Avarua

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Religious Site · Tourist Spot
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.   To find out how to plan a trip to Avarua, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • We planned to attend the service the first Sunday we were on the island. By wonderful coincidence, the owners of the house we rented are elders in the church. They gave us a ride to and from church....  more »
  • The music was wonderful and the people welcoming. A woman near us helped by translating the sermon. After the service we were invited to "tea", which was actually a light lunch. Take the time to...  more »

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