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

Fast for the earth this Lent

This Lent ‘Green Anglicans’ and the Anglican Communion Environmental Network are inviting whānau and churches to fast from carbon use during Lent.

Bishops sent out to foster unity

Bishop Ross Bay has joined fifty fellow Roman Catholic and Anglican Bishops at the Basilica of ‘St Paul’s Outside the Walls’ in Rome this 25 January to receive commissioning prayers from Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.

Archbishop Julio evaluates COP28

Archbishop Julio Murray –the Anglican Communion’s lead on Climate Change – has shared his reflections on the challenges and successes of COP28 in Dubai this week.

Advent Holy Land Appeal opens

Anglican Missions is supporting the Archbishop in Jerusalem's Appeal for needy families in the Holy Land this Christmas.

‘Safe Church’ guide comes out

The Anglican Communion Safe Church Commission has published a new guide to help Anglican churches around the world establish safer Anglican ministries and communities where violence and sexual abuse cannot take place.

Al Ahli Hospital needs our help

Anglican Missions has confirmed that Al Ahli Anglican Hospital in Gaza is still caring for patients, and needs our support with its humanitarian work now more than ever.

Anglicans seek Holy Land peace

Anglican Communion Secretary General, Bishop Anthony Poggo has called on Anglicans around the world to join a global ecumenical day of prayer and fasting today – Tuesday 17 October – in response to the deadly attacks against civilians now underway in the Holy Land.

Global leaders gather in Aotearoa

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).

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