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Anglo-Catholics boost evangelism

This year's Anglo-Catholic Hui meeting in Wellington has recharged Anglicans to go out and share the Good News of Jesus through the beauty and wonder of God and the best of 'high church' traditions.

ACPB rebrands as Financial Care

The New Zealand Anglican Church Pension Board has rebranded its operations as 'Anglican Financial Care' to more accurately reflect its widening range of financial services.
• Anglicans find shelter in rebrand

Adelaide ordains NZ woman bishop

New Zealander, the Rt Rev Denise Ferguson has been ordained as the first female bishop to serve in South Australia.

Mission hui energises Upoko

Māori Anglicans from the bishopric of Upoko o Te Ika have gathered to focus on mission in the lead up to Bishop-elect Waitohiariki's ordination.

CWS offers Peace Sunday guide

Christian World Service is encouraging Aotearoa New Zealand churches to pray for peace with new resources to help mark Peace Sunday this weekend.

AIN supports Hawaiian protest

Indigenous Anglicans around the globe have issued a solidarity statement in support of the kanaka maoli defenders of Hawaii's sacred mountain, Maunakea.

Health forum considers spirituality

The Salvation Army and University of Otago’s Division of Health Sciences are calling for papers on the role of spirituality in promoting wellbeing for their upcoming ‘Spirituality and Mental Health Symposium’ in November 2019.

Anglicans urged to support Kiwibuy

The Anglican Social Justice Network housing portfolio group are calling on Anglicans to back ‘Kiwibuy’ – a scheme that opens the pathway to home ownership for Aotearoa New Zealand’s lowest income families.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018