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Anglo-Catholics boost evangelism

This year's Anglo-Catholic Hui meeting in Wellington has recharged Anglicans to go out and share the Good News of Jesus through the beauty and wonder of God and the best of 'high church' traditions.

Health forum considers spirituality

The Salvation Army and University of Otago’s Division of Health Sciences are calling for papers on the role of spirituality in promoting wellbeing for their upcoming ‘Spirituality and Mental Health Symposium’ in November 2019.

Youth storm Wellington Cathedral

Young people poured in to Wellington Cathedral from across the lower North Island for this week’s launch of Wellington Diocese’s Anglican Youth Ministries’ ‘Storm the cathedral’ worship season.

Solidarity with Muslim NZers

Two Auckland clergy who visited Christchurch with a Muslim NGO last week are joining the Council for Ecumenism's call to host our Muslim neighbours this Ramadan.
• An extra special Ramadan for Christchurch Muslims

Backing Anglo-Catholic mission

The Diocese of Wellington is promoting the 2019 Anglo-Catholic hui for all who seek to strengthen Christian witness through the riches of the Anglican Church's catholic strand.

Groundbreaking care for homeless

The Auckland City Mission has celebrated the first concrete slab poured for the foundations of ‘HomeGround,’ the Mission’s revolutionary building project designed to break the cycle of homelessness for vulnerable Aucklanders.

New book explores NZ spirituality

Bishop John Bluck has published a new book of reflections on spirituality in Aotearoa New Zealand. 

How good RE builds respect

Experienced religions educator Jocelyn Armstrong offers one way we can keep the spirit of aroha alive as we recover from the horror of the Christchurch massacre. She believes that the danger now will be to slowly fall back to the ways things were, when what Aotearoa needs is to change the conditions that put religious minorities at risk.

New Bishop of Nelson announced

The Archbishops have announced the next Bishop of Nelson: he is a Kenyan-born and raised man – and a long-time standard-bearer for mission in this province.
• Nelson Mail story


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018