Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia

Nurses focus on Māori, compassion

Members of the Faith Community Nursing Association of Aotearoa New Zealand will zero in on compassion fatigue and Māori health at this September's national forum.

CWS lauds refugee supporters

Christian World Service congratulates 70 Kiwis who have lived for five days on refugee rations to fundraise for Syrian refugees.

The Parihaka drum beats

Archbishop Philip reflects on the experience of taking part in the Peace Walk to Parihaka.
• RNZ: Emotional scenes as hikoi reaches Parihaka

Hundreds join Peace Walk to Parihaka

New Plymouth's Mayor Andrew Judd today stepped out on his three-day Peace Walk to Parihaka - and the Bishop of Taranaki was happy to walk in his wake.
• New Plymouth hikoi: 'We care about each other'

Lean quota shames New Zealand

Archbishop Philip Richardson says this week's quota rise of 250 leaves New Zealand way short on the global refugee ledger.
• Refugee quota boost 'less than bare minimum'

Jesus' power defies death's reign

In this Sunday's gospel Luke shows how Jesus holds greater power than all the forces that cut down human life.

Their last service to Sir Graham

Bishop Kito Pikaahu and the clergy of te Tai Tokerau will tomorrow lay Sir Graham Latimer to rest at Pamapuria, near Kaitaia.
• Maoridom's 'greatest activist' mourned

Jesus forgives and saves the woman

In a room full of grumbling dinner guests, Jesus receives the lavish faith of a woman, which he says has saved her.

Hamilton’s Anglican friary to close

It's the end of an era. After almost 50 years in New Zealand, the Anglican Franciscan brothers have decided they need to wind up their friary here.