Auckland-based Aotearoa New Zealand artist Karen Sewell has taken her artwork on spiritual themes south to show at St Paul’s Cathedral Dunedin.
Wellington-based veteran peace campaigner, ecumenist and Anglican priest, Rev Dr Paul Oestreicher has been made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for his lifetime of work advocating for peace, human rights and reconciliation.
Auckland’s St Matthew-in-the-City has expanded the ministry of its grounds as not only an inner city green haven, but as a space to reduce waste and build community.
Aotearoa New Zealand contextual theologian and Catholic priest Fr Neil Darragh has discovered afresh how local churches can revitalise their lives as missional communities in his new book, “But What Is the Church For?”
Christchurch City Mission is seeking a new Missioner to guide and manage its work supporting and uplifting people struggling to get by.
After two solid years of stabilising, the Christ Church Cathedral project is moving head into a new phase of its work to reinstate the historic Cathedral damaged in the 2011 earthquakes.
• Inflation risk could add $4.6m to Cathedral reinstatement
• Cathedral roof removal achieves milestone in restoration
Anglicans in the Diocese of Wellington are hoping to give both people and planet a helping hand by backing fares-free public transport for Community Services Card Holders, under-25s and students.
When Auckland Anglican Alfred Luther stepped out of lockdown late in 2021, he headed straight to the Canary Islands to spend his summer serving the crew of an Africa-bound ‘Mercy Ships’ floating surgical hospital.
HomeGround, the 11-storey building that houses Auckland City Mission – Te Tāpui Atawhai’s services and transitional homes for Aucklanders in need has at last opened its doors.
• Auckland City Mission unveils HomeGround, a 'new home'
• A look inside Auckland City Mission’s new community facility
• City Mission's new home a one-stop shop
• Higher demand for food is 'deeply distressing'