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

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.

Tuia prayer app goes live

The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, has released a new south Pacific prayer app, ‘Tuia’ which is freely available for download on both Android and Apple smartphones.

Archbishops call for Xmas kindness

The Archbishops and Archbishop-elect of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have called for kindness and grace to be our song this Christmas.

Project shines light on Anglican media

Archbishop Don Tamihere and Archbishop Philip Richardson have launched the first phase of a wide-ranging research project that seeks out new ways our Church can share our stories with one another and the world.

NGO social workers win pay equity

Anglican social service providers are rejoicing in a Government announcement that people working in Christian and other community-based social work roles can now look forward to gaining pay equity with their Government peers.

Trust Investments gains new CEO

Today the Trust Investments Management Chair announced Rachael McDonald as new Chief Executive Officer.

Disability Ministry Educators set out

The Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia has launched a new provincial Disability Ministry Education staff team to support Anglican churches as they broaden and deepen their welcome to people living with disability.
For 19 June 2022: Disability Awareness Sunday resources are out!

NZCCSS hails Older Workers Plan

The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services (NZCCSS) has welcomed the release of the New Zealand Government’s 'Older Workers Employment Action Plan' as a positive step in supporting older New Zealanders who want to stay in work.

Aroha is the best way, always.

Archbishop Don Tamihere and Archbishop Philip Richardson celebrate Christ's resurrection, recalling his life as an indigenous man whose call to love, no matter what, challenges us to solidarity with the despised and to confront the powers that be.


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