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Wellington youth taste new wine

Wellington Anglicans received a spiritual boost along with their summer camping fun at Kāpiti New Wine this year.

Anglicans oppose pokie machines

Hamilton City's Anglican social services division has spoken in support of clients suffering from gambling addictions, to halt the city's Riverside Casino installing 60 new gambling machines.

New cope honours women leaders

This week a new cope was installed at Wellington's Cathedral of St Paul in honour of women leaders in the Anglican Church.

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 


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Simon Winn

Heading for the hills: from Nazareth to Bethlehem

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Rhiannon Cosslett

Let us condemn the workspace church heresy

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Craig Barnes

Two pastors: grateful unto the grave

Craig Barnes

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Michael Fitzpatrick

Is 'distinctive co-existence' the Anglican future?

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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018