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+Richard shares his ministry vision

Bishop Richard Wallace has shared his vision for community-integrated mission and ministry across Te Waipounamu.

Hui renews women in mission

The 2023 Anglican Women’s Studies Centre(AWSC) Hui empowered women for their ministry and mission in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia this November.

NZ faith groups call for respect

A Wellington-based interfaith group of Jews, Christians and Muslims has released a word of caution as the war in Israel and Gaza affects communities in Aotearoa New Zealand.

‘Safe Church’ guide comes out

The Anglican Communion Safe Church Commission has published a new guide to help Anglican churches around the world establish safer Anglican ministries and communities where violence and sexual abuse cannot take place.

Study scans NZ faith & belief

The Wilberforce Foundation has released its second Aotearoa New Zealand-wide study on faith and belief - ‘Te Patapātai Whakapono’ which surveyed 1,009 Aotearoa New Zealanders to gain their insights on faith and spirituality.

Fiji women promote ‘Pinktober’

Holy Trinity Cathedral women in Suva have organised the Anglican Church’s first ‘Pinktober’ event in Fiji to raise awareness of issues faced by breast cancer patients and to gather donations for the Fiji Cancer Society.

Polynesia marks #SeasonofCreation

Anglican churches and schools across Polynesia have raised their observance of the global ecumenical Season of Creation this September-October with worship, ecumenical cooperation and practical action. 

St John’s seeks new staff

St John’s College is seeking four new staff members to take up roles at the Anglican Church's three Tikanga site for residential ministry formation, St John’s Theological College - Te Whare Wānanga o Hoani Tapu te Kaikauwhau i te Rongopai.

Dr Te Paa Daniel unpacks peace

Dr Jenny Te Paa Daniel (Te Rarawa) has spoken out on the grounds for peace and equity in Aotearoa New Zealand as she presented the 20th annual Abrahamic Interfaith Group peace lecture at Otago University this September.
• Watch or read Dr Jenny Te Paa Daniel’s - 2023 Peace Lecture

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