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Prayer for Disabled NZers Hikoi

Here is Vicki Terrell's opening karakia for 'Te Hikoi o te Tūmanako mo te Whanau Hauā - Journey of Hope for Disabled New Zealanders' as they gathered at Parliament on Tuesday 23 March 2021.

Celebrating Tikanga Youth Sunday

Rosa Filoi gives thanks to God for the blessings of Tikanga Youth Sunday and her parish church.

A poetic response

Here is a poem Raewyn Stedman wrote in response to Bishop Stephen Cottrell's teaching at the 2019 Anglo-Catholic Hui in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

When Pentecostals encounter Anglicanism

Cameron Coombe tracks the movement of Christians from Pentecostal to Anglican churches and wonders how this may be a movement of the Spirit.

Sensing God’s presence in every realm

Max Whitaker chronicles a pathway in his journey towards faith whose twists and turns have landed him in otherworldly places of beauty, solitude and wonder.

Lenten signposts show the way

When Pauatahanui opted for a spiritual shakeup this Lent, we decided to let our local community in on the adventure.

Australian to lead spirituality seminar

An Australian academic and writer on spirituality will lead the John Main Seminar at the University of Waikato in January.

Religion as a human construct

Bishop Richard Randerson discusses Richard Dawkins, Lloyd Geering and God in the 21st century.

The last word for an outgoing dean

The last thing the ChristChurch Cathedral congregation says to outgoing Dean Peter Beck is “So long, you’re on your own.”

Poem for Maundy Thursday

Chaplaincy position at St Hilda's

UK report critical of faith schools

Archbishops pray for flood victims

Poll reveals distrust of religion

There's no RIP for garden gnomes


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018