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  BISHOP KELVIN WRIGHT COMPLETES HIS 800km HIKOI

Honouring the servants who served

Last week’s midweek Eucharist at St John’s departed from the normal script for those services. Because the Dean of Tikanga Maori students presented military medals to three of 'his' students.

Hikoi winds up with street party

Bishop Kelvin Wright's 870km hikoi around his diocese wraps up with an open party in Dunedin's Octagon.

Spread the news: Jesus is risen!

Sunday's preacher emphasises that the good news of the resurrection is public  news, and therefore a message to be shared.

Royal relationship with Chch

Prince William acknowledges the importance of the relationship between church and city during a tour of Christchurch's Transitional Cathedral.
• Watch the royal couple with the Cathedral Choir
• Prince William: Christchurch will rise again 

Palm Sunday: worship to remember

Prince William and Kate, and Tessa and Emma and other girls from St Hilda's College in Dunedin – all were privileged to take part in the Palm Sunday worship at St Paul's Cathedral this morning.
• OneNews picture gallery of the visit 

Hikoi enters home straight

Bishop Kelvin Wright's marathon walk and cycle through Otago and Southland nears its end.

Ma Whea? report lists 10 options

The long-awaited report of the Ma Whea? Commission into the question of same-gender blessings and ordinations has been released.
• 10 options listed for synod debate 
• Precis of Doctrine Commission report

St John's open to visiting scholars

St John’s College plans to welcome scholars needing a short period of writing and research ‘space’.