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Christmas tweeting for 200 Years

This Church marks its bicentenary by using social media to spread "glad tidings of great joy." 

Rangihoua: cradle of our nation

Two major events in the Bay of Islands over the coming week will mark the beginnings of nationhood for Aotearoa New Zealand.  

Archbishops' arohanui to Australia

In the wake of the tragedy and trauma of Martin Place in Sydney, our Archbishops have sent a message of support to the Primate of the Australian Anglican Church.

Dean Lynda lives on through Lent

Theology House in Christchurch has published its third Lenten study despite the sudden death of one of the authors, Dean Lynda Patterson.

ABC: Go easy on Christmas gifts

The Archbishop of Canterbury urges people to rein back on expensive Christmas presents.
• Foodbank hardship more important than party politics 

Why does the world fail to see the light?

Our Sunday preacher alights on the age-old question of why those who believed in the God of Israel did not respond to Jesus Christ as messiah?

We're here! says kayaking bishop

Bishop Jim White's 250km kayaking pilgrimage ends on the beach of Oihi.
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Have illustrated gospel, will travel

Southwell School pupils illustrate Mark's Gospel to serve as a travelling icon across Waikato and Taranaki.

Bob Scott: 'In the middle of it'

Taonga columnist John Bluck reviews an important new book by a "turbulent priest" of this church.