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Youth enjoy high tea with bishops

Youth leaders at The Abbey ply the bishops with hard questions over scones and tea.

Six weeks to Missions Conference

The 2015 Common Life Missions Conference – which has been in the making for four years – kicks off in Auckland in less than six weeks.

Anglicans called to world prayer

The Anglican Communion is asked to join Christians everywhere in the World Day of Prayer for Care of Creation.

Indigenous province for Canada

Sacred Circle, the national Indigenous Anglican Church, becomes a fifth province within the Anglican Church of Canada.
• Indigenous youth point the way forward  

Is our commitment heartfelt?

Sunday's gospel poses the question: Do we honour God with our hearts, or are we going through the outward motions of pleasing God?

Cathedral theft caught on camera

Auckland's cathedral loses communion chalices, computer equipment and cash in daylight raid.

Laity vital to Pihopatanga growth

Laity must take control of administration in Te Pihopatanga, freeing clergy to get on with their core business of worship.
• Summary of Te Runanganui business 

Bishop attacks greed and power

Indigenous bishop targets "the brutality and dangerous logic of war, money and power."
• Indigenous Anglicans focus on self-determination 

Students address marks of mission

Anglican students tell the annual schools' conference how to live out the five marks of mission.