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Lambeth Conference moves to 2021

The Lambeth Conference of Bishops of the Anglican Communion has been postponed to 2021.

+York reconnects in farewell tour

The Archbishop of York, the Most Rev John Sentamu arrived in Aotearoa this week after a visit to the Diocese of Polynesia, where he and his wife Rev Margaret Sentamu returned to reconnect with leaders of church and state and Anglican communities in Fiji and Samoa.

Adelaide ordains NZ woman bishop

New Zealander, the Rt Rev Denise Ferguson has been ordained as the first female bishop to serve in South Australia.

AIN supports Hawaiian protest

Indigenous Anglicans around the globe have issued a solidarity statement in support of the kanaka maoli defenders of Hawaii's sacred mountain, Maunakea.

Honing our gender justice lens

The Anglican Communion has released a comprehensive new study resource and call to action that raises gender justice awareness for Anglicans undertaking vocational training.

ACC strengthens global mission

A three-Tikanga team brought climate change and youth representation to the fore at this month’s Anglican Consultative Council meeting in Hong Kong.

ACC backs Safe Church guidelines

The Anglican Consultative Council has approved Safe Church guidelines to help Anglican churches worldwide put policies and procedures in place that protect children and vulnerable adults from harm.

ACC zeroes in on discipleship

Delegates from Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia will join in prayer, study and planning alongside global Anglican peers at the Anglican Consultative Council this week, as together they recalibrate worldwide Anglican mission with a focus on intentional discipleship.
• 'Jesus-shaped living' is moving through the Communion
• +Justin Welby to ACC: Anglicans cannot afford disunity
• Josiah Idowu-Fearon: GAFCON are not behaving as Anglicans
• Anglican Communion Office: 'Sorry for the luxury'
• Process and language issues prompt calls for change

Join the global prayer wave

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have invited Christians around the world to spend 10 days in prayer for people to find purpose, come to faith and know Jesus better.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018