This imposing brick church, known as "The Cathedral North of the River", is the headquarters of Canterbury Presbyterianism. Its cavernous interior is finished in dark timber paneling with a soaring timber-framed roof supported by a forest of carved timber pillars. The somber architecture of the Knox Church is offset by a beautiful stained glass window that makes for a very appealing view. You can also view a blue-braided river flowing down from the mountains across the plains. Call for service timings, and additional information.