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Tokelauan Bible reaches milestone

New Zealand Bible Society translators celebrated a milestone this week as they checked the final verses of the world’s first Bible in Tokelauan.

Anglicans urged to go plastic-free

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

Schools harness the power of story

Leaders from Anglican schools across Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have tapped into the power of story to help shape the Christian character of their schools’ lives.

Anglicans back Zero Carbon Bill

The Diocese of Wellington is calling for 500 Anglicans to make submissions backing strong climate response action in New Zealand's Zero Carbon Bill.
• 70 presenters, 40 churches, 100s of submissions

Building disability awareness

Anglicans across Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia are being invited to set aside the third Sunday in June as Disability Awareness Sunday.
• Autistic boy forced to leave chapel gets apology
• Film on the L'Arche community to air round NZ 

$59K raised for mosque victims

Anglican Missions’ appeal for the victims of the March 15th mosque shooting has exceeded its target of NZ$50,000, closing in June 2019 with a total of NZ$59,185.

Bible study comes to Lyfe online

The New Zealand Bible Society has launched a new online Bible study course –'Lyfe' – designed to help Christians unlock the spiritual dimensions of 21st century living.

Budget offers hope for wellbeing

The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services has welcomed positive changes for the country's most vulnerable in the Government's 2019 'Wellbeing Budget'.

Nurses train in care at the margins

Faith Community Nurses around Aotearoa New Zealand will upskill in serving the most vulnerable New Zealanders at this year's Faith Community Nursing training conference in Wellington.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018