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Bringing dry bones to life

Dr Rosemary Dewerse unravels a thread running through Passion Sunday: that lifeless, yet beloved bodies can be enfleshed anew through the power of Christ.

Ellie Sanderson elected bishop

The Rev Canon Dr Eleanor Sanderson will become assistant bishop for the Diocese of Wellington. Ellie says her job will be “enlivening the vision to which we’ve already committed.” 

New Trustee joins Pension Board

A former Westpac Bank Chief Economist, Brendan O'Donovan has been appointed as a trustee of the New Zealand Anglican Church Pension Board. 

St John’s plans 3-Tikanga review

St John's College is inviting Kiwi theologians to take part in a theological review of the Three Tikanga structure of the Anglican Church in these islands.

Seeing with God's eyes

James Harding relays Jesus' healing encounter with the blind man: the man whose eyes Jesus opened, not only to see the world, but to see God's truth alive within it.

Bishop Don Tamihere ordained

Hundreds brave torrential rain and dicey East Coast roads to witness the ordination and installation of Don Tamihere, the new Pihopa o Te Tairawhiti.

Euthanasia debate steps up

Christchurch’s Transitional Cathedral and Theology House have joined forces to plan a public forum on medically-assisted dying.

Primates set forth Oceania priorities

The five Anglican primates of Melanesia, Australia, Papua New Guinea and Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have issued a statement highlighting climate change.

Singing a new church into being

Auckland's Disability Faith Community celebrates a landmark in its life together, and applauds the licensing of its first chaplain.


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