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

Hāhi backs Eastern iwi responses

Since Cyclone Gabrielle struck in February 2023, the Anglican Church has looked to support communities doing the mahi as their people cope with the storm’s aftermath. Across Tairāwhiti and the Hawke’s Bay, that support went mostly to standout marae and iwi serving in the frontline of response.

Northern Anglicans rally in storms

As multiple extreme weather events hit the upper North Island over summer 2023, Anglicans have provided emergency funding, pastoral and practical support across Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau and the Diocese of Auckland.

Church funds Cyclone responders

Since Cyclone Gabrielle struck in February 2023 this Church has mobilised pūtea and people to back churches and minita, marae and iwi as they cared for communities devastated by this summer’s storms.

Archbishops share Easter hope

This Easter, in the aftermath of Cyclone Gabrielle, the Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia point to the inexhaustible hope that Jesus' resurrection offers to all.

Cyclone Appeal applications open

Hāpaitia: the Anglican Church Cyclone Response group is welcoming applications to the Cyclone Gabrielle Appeal fund. Mihinare and Anglican groups can apply for pūtea to support ongoing relief, response and recovery work.

A Word for Cyclone responders

Bishop of Christchurch Peter Carrell shares a theology of support for people facing the tough edge of disaster response.

Cyclone response hub opens

Anglicans working on the frontlines of last week’s Cyclone have asked anyone planning a practical response to send their offers through the Cyclone Response Hub based at Anglican Missions.

Anglicans plan Cyclone response

The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia has responded with prayer and planning in the wake of widespread devastation caused by Cyclone Gabrielle.

St John’s College seeks Manukura

The College of St John the Evangelist is seeking a new Manukura to lead the Auckland-based College as it provides theological education and forms leaders in Anglican ministry.

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