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Iwi honour Archbishop Brown Turei

Iwi gathered at Tūrangawaewae for King Tuheitia's 11th coronation celebrations have taken time to remember and give thanks for the life and ministry of Archbishop Brown Turei.

‘Do I have a choice?’

Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, has returned to London after his tour here. He spoke with Taonga before he left.

Healing beyond the bounds

In this Sunday's gospel, Jesus rebukes the Canaanite woman to draw out her powerful faith - and she receives the healing Christ offers to all who feel furthest from God's love.

Christchurch releases third option

The Diocese of Christchurch has released details of a third option for the future of ChristChurch Cathedral in the Square for its synod to consider this September.
• The Press:Christchurch synod to consider gifting Cathedral
• Newshub: Third option on the table for ChristChurch Cathedral
• RNZ: Anglican church considers gifting Chch's cathedral to NZ

Temperature check for 3T church

Church leaders stop to mark the contribution of Michael Tamihere as Tikanga Toru Youth Commissioner. In so doing, they took the temperature of the three tikanga church.

Reset for social justice

Move quickly, speak accurately, spread the net of spokespeople – and aim to set the agenda, not follow it. That’s the church’s new formula for social justice work.

Celebrating Mary Sumner's legacy

August 9 is the day the church commemorates the woman who founded the Mothers’ Union. It was the perfect day, therefore, to commission new leaders for this province.

Secretary General arrives in NZ

The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has begun a week-long fact-finding visit to Aotearoa New Zealand.

Cathedrals are called to trespass

Professor Martyn Percy has challenged New Zealand cathedrals to trespass into society for the gospel's sake as he delivered this year's Bishop Selwyn lecture in Auckland.


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