Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have been urged to toll their church bells at 3pm this afternoon in remembrance of those killed in the Christchurch mosque tragedy last Friday 15 March.
Te Hui Amorangi o Te Upoko o Te Ika has announced they will hold an Electoral College to discern who will serve as their next Bishop.
In the wake of the Christchurch mosque shooting, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and Archdeacon of Canterbury Jo Kelly-Moore spoke at an interfaith gathering at Regent’s Park Mosque in London yesterday.
• Pope Francis expresses 'heartfelt solidarity' with NZ Muslims
• Canadian primate offers prayers for Christchurch victims
• Tree of Life synagogue crowdfunds for Christchurch
• Wellington Diocese responds in prayer and vigil
Our two New Zealand-based Archbishops have issued a statement in the wake of the Christchurch massacre. They have expressed their shock, sorrow and solidarity - and called Anglicans to pray for all affected.
• Christchurch church leaders' statement
• Archbishop Fereimi Cama's lament from Fiji
• Solidarity from the Archbishops of Canterbury and Australia
• Anglican Missions launches appeal for Christchurch
• Prayers and liturgy for Sunday (updated)
• Christian Council of Asia statement
• An interfaith prayer
• ACNS reports on mosque attacks
The New Zealand Bible Society is preparing to share the gospel with NZ children this Easter through a free booklet focused on the Road to Emmaus.
Anglican Missions has named the projects this Church's mission giving will support in 2019.
The new Bishop of Christchurch has a vision for restoring what has been lost and returning Christ to the heart of his city and region.
• Christchurch elects Peter Carrell bishop
• The Rev Dr Peter Carrell’s CV
• Bishop Peter Carrell’s address in Cathedral Square
•+Peter's first sermon: Being catchers of people
• Bishop Peter tops good news column in The Press