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Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia

Taranaki hires cathedral architect

A New Plymouth architect chosen to oversee the strengthening of the Taranaki Cathedral has a long and personal relationship with the building.

Wellington's wearable art runway

Wellington Cathedral rolled out a high fashion runway last weekend for a festival of wearable art — with a message.

Archbishop Brown Turei to resign

Archbishop Brown Turei will resign as Te Pihopa ki Te Tai Rawhiti at the end of this year, and as Te Pihopa o Aotearoa from the end of March next year, having served more than 65 years as a priest.

New HTC chapel makes a statement

With glass walls on three sides, and stacking glass doors which allow the end wall to be flung fully open, the new chapel at Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral aims to deliver a theological as well as architectural statement.

Welcome those who cannot repay

Jesus warns the Pharisee's dinner guests not to honour themselves, but to offer hospitality to those who cannot return it.

When in Rome...

Archbishop Sir David Moxon is at St John's College today, sharing with students about his work in Rome - and sharing his insights into the state of the Anglican-Catholic dialogue.

Ready to open the books

The Anglican Church in New Zealand will open its books if an inquiry into forced adoption of unwed mother's babies in the mid 20th century goes ahead, says Archbishop Philip Richardson.

New ‘Lite’ Church Life Survey

The Church Life Survey has been on the scene in New Zealand for almost 20 years. A new 'Lite' version of that survey is now available.

CWS channels help to Sudan

Christian World Service is directing donations straight to churches in South Sudan, who are helping people to survive as they flee the country's war zones.