anglicantaonga

Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia

Wellington celebrates as 18 ordained

The Diocese of Wellington has celebrated 18 clergy who were recently ordained in a packed festival service at Wellington's Cathedral of St Paul.

All Souls’ marks a post-quake first

All Souls’ Church in Merivale St Albans parish has opened its doors as the first suburban Anglican church built in Christchurch since the earthquakes, and the first ‘built from scratch’ in the diocese for 40 years.

Synods ban gay conversion therapy

Three New Zealand diocesan synods have passed motions opposing the practice of gay conversion therapy.

Lost and found in Sandringham

A story about how retying a bell rope has reconnected an Auckland parish with its history.
• RNZ Morning Report story - with Jacynthia
• Bishop's son WW1 war hero

Call to regulate property managers

The Diocese of Christchurch's social justice arm, Anglican Advocacy has released a report calling for regulation of Aotearoa New Zealand property managers, due to evidence of substandard and illegal practices in the industry.
• Rental property managers getting away with illegal practices
• Real Estate Institute of New Zealand backs Anglican report 

Christchurch announces new bishop

The Archbishops have today announced who is to become the next Bishop of Christchurch. Peter Carrell has long been a leader in that diocese, and his contributions as a communicator, teacher, preacher and theologian have rippled out into the provincial church.
• Peter Carrell's CV
• New bishop completely behind cathedral restoration

Invigorating Anglo-Catholic mission

A three-day hui in Dunedin has sparked a surge of enthusiasm and interest in Anglo-Catholic mission and ministry across Aotearoa New Zealand.

Christchurch nominates new bishop

The Diocese of Christchurch Electoral College has nominated a candidate to become the next Bishop of Christchurch.
• Preferred new Anglican Bishop chosen for Christchurch

Taranaki Cathedral moves ahead

The Taranaki Cathedral of St Mary has gained resource consent, moving the project a step closer to fulfilling its restoration, earthquake strengthening and development plans.


Worth a look

Worldwide

Top blogs

Opinion
Erin Hougland

St Andrew's example: absolute faith & doubt

Erin Hougland

St Andrew's example: absolute faith & doubt

Philip Mounstephen

Joining in mission with our going-forth God

Philip Mounstephen

Joining in mission with our going-forth God

George Davis

Why mark West Papua's Morning Star Day?

George Davis

Why mark West Papua's Morning Star Day?

Michael Fitzpatrick

Is 'distinctive co-existence' the Anglican future?

Michael Fitzpatrick

Is 'distinctive co-existence' the Anglican future?

Peter Lineham

What the Bible told me changed

Peter Lineham

What the Bible told me changed

Terrie Robinson

Standing up for women: 16 days of activism

Terrie Robinson

Standing up for women: 16 days of activism

Our magazine

in print
Anglican Taonga Winter 2018