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Communion News Update 2.3.2021

This News Update from the Anglican Communion Office reports on material discussed by the recent Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) Standing Committee meeting.

Waiapu youth wins St John award

Waiapu Anglican youth Caitlin Hedge has been awarded a national role in St John New Zealand.

Anglicans advocate for migrants to EU

Anglicans in Europe are standing behind an ecumenical statement that asks for greater rights to be granted to people moving across the continent.

Runanganui moves on Te Reo Māori

Te Runanganui o Te Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa has moved to fully conduct its life in Te Reo Māori by 2030.

Religious leaders urge NZ 'Vote No'

On Sunday 38 religious leaders from across Aotearoa New Zealand sent a letter alerting the nation to the lack of safeguards and added dangers of the End of Life Choice Act.

Ex ACC Chair John Denton dies

Anglicans around Australia and the worldwide Anglican Communion are mourning the recent death of Mr John Denton, a significant senior lay church leader both in Australia and internationally.

Dunedin parish invests in 'win-win'

When Dunedin North Anglican parish decided to shift some of their church's assets into mission, that ended up yielding the parish a two-way win.

Mission-Aligned Investment gains pace

As Social Impact Investment rises in favour in secular fund management, churches around the globe are finding Kingdom opportunities in Mission Aligned Investing. 

African Anglicans oppose trafficking

African Anglicans from the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) have joined forces with the global movement to expose and put an end to human trafficking.

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