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The gift that keeps on giving

Bishop Kito Pikaahu reflects on the meaning of a gift first given by Nga Puhi clergy and laity to the Diocese of Auckland 100 years ago. 
• Naming the names

Marking 200 years of women's ministry

“Weaving into the Future 1814-2014” – a special service in Holy Trinity Cathedral celebrates 200 years of women's ministry in this province.
• Every moment is teachable - Becky Heale 
• “Take care of our children” - Jacynthia Murphy
• Weaving fine mats in Samoa - Lipena Smith

Historic crozier returns to Maori

A 100-year-old bishop's crozier is returned to Maori by the Diocese of Auckland.

Are you ready for the master's return?

Sunday's preacher tackles a really tough passage from Mark's Gospel: so stay awake!

Making footprints at Hukarere

Hukarere students encouraged to leave "a lovely footprint" as the college undergoes great change.

College Trust lifting its profile

The St John's College Trust Board wants to raise awareness of its activities across the Church and the wider community.

Seeing our history through new eyes

Take a free tour of NZ's "path to nationhood" by downloading a new app from Heritage New Zealand.

ABC on state of the Communion

In an address to the CofE General Synod, Archbishop Justin Welby speaks about issues facing the Anglican Communion and ways forward.

Greed 'behind climate change'

Archbishop Winston Halapua says human greed and abuse are doing immense damage to the planet.