cook island christian church (cicc)


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cook island christian church (cicc)



Would recommend to go to a Sunday service (starts 1000). The singing was amazing, the warmth of the people welcoming visitors is obvious and the vibe is positive and uplifting!


Lovely friendly people My husband and I arent religious, but enjoyed the service and the singing was AMAZING!! Worth the visit.


One of the original churches in Raro at Titikaveka. A very warm and welcoming community with lots of visitors from all over the world the day we visited, Canada, Germany, Australia and NZ.The singing has to be heard to be believed, just awesome. We were invited afterwards to what could only be described as a feast afterwards across the road and made to feel so welcome the ladies insisted on giving all the visitors plates of food to take away with them afterwards. One of our friends had a birthday and they even sang happy birthday to her, truly a lovely way to spend a morning.. If you are in Raro on a Sunday get down to Titikaveka for the mid morning service I promise you you will enjoy it.


Went to Sunday services at the CICC in Titikaveka and the singing was simply incredible! Everyone was so warm and welcoming.


We loved the camaraderie with other Christian brothers & sisters in another part of the world. The music was incredible -- some of it acapella!


We arrived and were made very welcome, sat up stairs so we could see all the was happening - service was an hour long and included us but still retain using their own language for some of the service, after the service - we were invite for lunch in the hall - which was really lovely, fresh and tasty - great place to go and see


Visited Cook Islands Christian Church on a Sunday which happened to be a special service to commemorate service organisations (Girl Guides, Scouts, Boys Brigade), all the groups marched in behind their flags, and some of the members took part in the service. The service was mostly in CI Maori, but some parts in English. They were very welcoming to visitors. The singing by the Cook Islands was just magnificent, and all without music. It was just so wonderful, with one older lady leading the singing, and putting all her heart and soul into it. Everyone was "dressed up" in the best outfits, suits and ties, hats for the ladies with their beautiful dresses and jewellery. I was glad I had also made the effort. Our resort had a bus run to the Church, and waited for us afterwards. The service was 1 1/2 hours, followed by morning tea/lunch in the hall, with beautiful home made sandwiches, cakes and fruit platters. The locals made a point of including us in their conversations. I am just so glad we visited this church, it is an attraction without being "touristy". Please go along if you get the opportunity.


We went on a white Sunday (the first Sunday of the month) and so everyone was wearing white, which was very cool as neither of us had seen anything like it. All the ladies also wore hats. The service is all in Cook Island Maori, but the leaders made sure to welcome all the guests in English. Great singing and a church experience like no other.


if u want to see something except beautiful lagoon just go to visit it. The church is not like we used to see, build by people from island of course.


What a place & the history lures you in. Many Churches around the rock but these older ones are something special


My sister and I had heard about the beautiful service at the CICC and as we were there on a Sunday, we did not want to miss it. We caught the Clockwise Bus and were there just as the service started at 10 am. The gorgeous white stucco church was filled to the brim. The minister acknowledged our presence and broke into English throughout the service. The singing by the congregation was awesome. They were in perfect harmony and I felt goose bumps during some of the hymns. There was a young woman who sang solo in the aisle and at first I thought it was a recording (because I had a post in the way). I was so impressed when I realised it was not a recording. We were also lucky that we had two christenings during our service. We were invited back to the local hall next door for refreshments after the service. This was really special. They had a table full of goodies (sandwiches, coconut buns, fresh fruit, savoury biscuits, tea and coffee, etc.). This was for the overseas guests and we were seated and given a history of the church which was very informative. It was great to have a chat with some of the locals and also the girl who sang solo during the service. They were so friendly and we felt so welcomed. Not to be missed.


We attended the local Sunday church service and were very glad we did. Locals welcoming and considerate of guests. A great opportunity to see the religious ceremony in action,


Attended to local church and experienced tho local choir singing and sharing their beliefs and culture with us. After the service all visitors were invited to a morning to tea to meet and chat to the local people, felt very welcomed by all


This is a must do if you plan to stay on Raro. It is a fantastic experience and the churches are fantastic buildings. The voices fill the room when singing and also everyone is very welcoming. Afterwards we had some light refreshments and got a chance to meet many of the locals and have a good chat. Well worth a visit.


Singing was out of this world. Made to feel really welcome. Lunch provided, and a history of the district.

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