Jacynthia Murphy reports on a recent seminar led by Archbishop Sir David Moxon on recognising the hidden crime of human trafficking in our Pacific region.
Derek Tovey and Moeawa Callaghan offer their reviews of 'Te Awa Rerenga Maha: Braided River' a new book investigating the first 25 years of this Church's life expressed in three-Tikanga form.
A group of Anglicans in Aotearoa New Zealand are working to establish a new ‘Christian Community’ in this Church to provide support and nurture for Anglicans who affirm conservative views on scripture, marriage and human sexuality.
As the End of Life Choice Bill (EOLC) sits before Parliament, our Church’s social justice group have released new resources to help Anglicans understand the wider ethical landscape surrounding the practice of euthanasia.
Christian World Service is encouraging Aotearoa New Zealand churches to pray for peace with new resources to help mark Peace Sunday this weekend.
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.
New Zealand Bible Society translators celebrated a milestone this week as they checked the final verses of the world’s first Bible in Tokelauan.
The Social Justice Network is inviting Anglicans across Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia to take up the ‘Plastic-free July’ challenge in 2019.
• When did NZ fall so behind on plastic?
• Strandz issues plastic-free children's resources