In this year's Easter message the Archbishops of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia remind Anglicans to demonstrate the love of Christ to all, and to remain vigilant in their work to end racism and intolerance.
Anglican Missions are asking churches throughout Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia to remember the needs of people in the Holy Land and our own province this Holy Week through the 2019 Lenten Appeal.
The Diocese of Wellington is promoting the 2019 Anglo-Catholic hui for all who seek to strengthen Christian witness through the riches of the Anglican Church's catholic strand.
The Auckland City Mission has celebrated the first concrete slab poured for the foundations of ‘HomeGround,’ the Mission’s revolutionary building project designed to break the cycle of homelessness for vulnerable Aucklanders.
Bishop John Bluck has published a new book of reflections on spirituality in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have invited Christians around the world to spend 10 days in prayer for people to find purpose, come to faith and know Jesus better.
The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services has responded to new Government child poverty measures with a call to lift incomes for families struggling on low wages and low benefit rates.
Experienced religions educator Jocelyn Armstrong offers one way we can keep the spirit of aroha alive as we recover from the horror of the Christchurch massacre. She believes that the danger now will be to slowly fall back to the ways things were, when what Aotearoa needs is to change the conditions that put religious minorities at risk.
The Anglican Social Justice resource hub is promoting a newly updated report that challenges churches and church agencies to do their homework before speaking out in the public sphere.