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

Speakers critique church on sexual abuse

St John’s Theological College and Trinity Methodist Theological College have begun a three-part series of public seminars that address the causes and consequences of sexual abuse in the church.

Anglicans gain NZ Jubilee honours

Eight Anglicans have received honours in the Aotearoa New Zealand Queen’s Birthday and Platinum Jubilee Honours this week.

New book unearths CMS secrets

A ground-breaking new history is now out that delves into the encounter between Māori and Pākehā during the earliest period of Church Missionary Society presence in Aotearoa.

Honours feature Anglican ministries

This New Year’s Honours list includes seven Aotearoa New Zealanders whose work for the mission of Te Haahi Mihinare - the Anglican Church received honourable mention as part of their award.

Memorial honours NZ war objectors

The Anglican Pacifist Fellowship has welcomed the opening of Dunedin’s Archibald Baxter Peace Garden, which is Aotearoa New Zealand’s first memorial for conscientious objectors to military conscription.

Anglo-Catholics go back to basics

This year’s Anglo-Catholic Hui has called on Anglican-Catholics in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia to turn back to the basics to find sustenance for Christian life and mission in the 21st century.
• Hui workshops dig down to catholic roots

Anglo-Catholic Hui 2021 opens

The 2021 Anglo-Catholic Hui opened in Christchurch last night, with a high mass at St Michael and All Angels’ Anglican Church in central Christchurch and the first of four keynote addresses on spiritual disciplines offering ‘Food for the Journey’.

Anglo-Catholics turn to spiritual food

The 2021 Anglo-Catholic Hui is welcoming Anglicans interested in traditions and practices of spiritual nourishment to attend its gathering on ‘Food for the Journey’ in Ōtautahi-Christchurch this August.

Preserving our lockdown stories

Churches have played an important part in our nations’ 2020 pandemic story, says Kinder Librarian and archivist Judith Bright, but unless we record our experiences, our faith communities’ insights will likely be lost in the story.

Faithfully marking our history

Archbishops call for remembrance

Anglicans return Kīngitanga flag

Telling our Prayer Book's story

Gate Pā book reopens history

Making noise on Armistice Day


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