On ANZAC Day 2021 Monty Black offers his thoughts and recollections on the impact and aftermath of war.
Bishop George Connor remembers how Bishop Waiohau Te Haara lived his faith and contributed to the life and mission of Te Hāhi Mihinare o Aotearoa, Niu Tireni, ki Nga Moutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa.
Bishop John Paterson remembers his friend and brother in ministry, the first Bishop of Te Tai Tokerau, Bishop Waiohau Rui Te Haara.
Rev Jonathan Hartfield casts his obstetrician’s eye over the story of Mary the mother of God in the lead up to Jesus’ birth.
Jade Hohaia reflects on how she felt when she realised her church was not going to embrace Te Reo Māori or Te Ao Māori in worship or in life.
Jade Hohaia encounters God's vision of Aotearoa restored and redeemed.
Peter Thirkell explains how the End of Life Choice Act is a dangerously weak law that would not protect the most vulnerable people in Aotearoa New Zealand from an untimely death if it were voted in this October.
Anglican Schools Office Director Rev Dr Anne van Gend offers a challenge to Anglican schools to strengthen their students’ vision of a fairer, better world – one where nobody’s starting point in life makes them “less deserving” than others.
Bishop of Dunedin, Rt Rev Steven Benford looks at the impact and response to Aotearoa New Zealand’s Covid-19 lockdown, especially how Pākehā Anglicans in Otago and Southland were able to keep on 'being church’ despite the limits of strange and difficult times.