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Coalition calls to stop carbon credits

Wellington Anglicans from Common Grace Aotearoa have brought together a coalition of faith, climate and construction groups to launch a new Don’t Subsidise Pollution campaign.

Faith community nursing hits pause

After 25 years of service, the New Zealand Faith Community Nurses’ Association has hit pause, as increased workplace pressure on nurses has prevented many nurses from taking up parish-based nursing hours.

+Christchurch announces new Dean

Bishop of Christchurch Peter Carrell has announced the appointment of Rev Ben Truman as the next Dean of Christchurch.

Abbey 2023 refreshes youth leaders

'The Abbey' youth and young adult festival is back after the Covid break with a focus on spiritual refreshment and bicultural learning.

Quiz checks MPs on ethics

The Aotearoa New Zealand Inter Church Bioethics Council(ICBC) has released a set of starter questions to help voters quiz their political candidates on bioethics during this election year.

‘Farewelling a home’ goes digital

Following high demand after Cyclone Gabrielle, Christchurch-based historian and poet Dr Jane Simpson has released her popular liturgy for farewelling a home for Kindle and in PDF.

Evensong returns to the Square

Christchurch’s Cathedral in the Square has rung out again to the harmonious tones of Choral Evensong. Last Thursday’s evening service was the first time Evensong has been sung in the Square since the 2011 earthquakes rendered its Cathedral unsafe to enter.

Anglicans protest power poverty

The Anglican Diocese of Wellington and Anglican Advocacy have joined forces with researchers and child poverty campaigners to back ‘Common Grace Aotearoa’ as they work to protect families struggling with power prices.
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Good reads: Becoming Pākehā

Tim McKenzie sets off in search of waypoints on the journey between cultures in Bishop John Bluck's new book, 'Becoming Pākehā.'

Worth a look