Anglican leaders from across the Communion are gathering in Te Matau a Maui (Hastings) in Aotearoa this week, to take part in the inaugural Anglican Indigenous Leadership Initiative (AILI).
The Anglican Cycle of Prayer, which unites Anglicans around the world in praying for the same diocese or province each day, has reset having reached the diocese of Zululand in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.
Anglicans are being invited to gather online and take forward the Lambeth Call on the Environment and Sustainable Development, one year on from the launch of the Communion Forest at Lambeth Palace.
General Secretary of the Anglican Communion’s Network of Colleges and Universities US Episcopalian Rev Richard Burnett has visited Aotearoa New Zealand as he launches into his new global role.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has awarded the Ven Dr Hirini Kaa a Lambeth Award for his outstanding service as a church historian and theological educator and for outstanding scholarship in his book Te Hāhi Mihinare – The Māori Anglican Church.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has awarded Aotearoa New Zealand Anglican Franciscan friar, Brother Christopher John SSF with the Dunstan Award for Prayer and the Religious Life.
Leaders of the Pacific Anglican Churches have gathered together to build on shared foundations and discuss critical issues in mission across Oceania.
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Anglican clergy from the Diocese of Auckland have gathered for a closer look at the interplay between faith and science, as part of the global work of the Anglican Communion’s Science Commission.