Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia

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.

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.

AWSC calls women to Auckland

The Anglican Women’s Studies Centre has called women to Auckland from across Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia for a three-day programme of study, storytelling and song between 2-5 November.

Archbishops echo call for prayer

The Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have backed the call from Jerusalem for a global day of prayer and fasting for peace in the Holy Land.

Stopping ableism at the gate

Disability Ministry Educator Rev Vicki Terrell interrogates a new book that challenges the sources and viewpoints of theologies of disability

Which parties care about kids?

The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services have set up a fact-checking page to pin down the parties in Parliament on their plans for tamariki, older people, health and community social services.

AngloCatholics gather in Waikato

The 2023 Anglo-Catholic Hui opened on 7 September with a pōwhiri on the sacred hill of Pukerangiora and a festival Eucharist at the Waikato Cathedral of St Peter.

Journal highlights local theologians

The research network of St John’s Theological College, ‘Te Piri Poho,’ has published a new academic journal focused on raising Anglican theological voices from across Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

AngloCatholics plan Waikato hikoi

This year’s Anglo-Catholic hui promises a deep dive into Waikato perspectives on the nature and role of the church, the power of the sacraments and the person of Mary within the history and present-day challenges of Māori and Pākehā Anglican communities.

Worth a look