Refugees are the focus of the Christian World Service Christmas Appeal which launches this Sunday.
Christchurch Diocese churns out platters of burgers and bacon butties at White Ribbon Day in Cathedral Square.
This Sunday, Advent 1, offers a stirring warning to stay awake – so don't be lulled by festive overtures.
Christchurch's new Dean outlines his priorities at a critical time for the city.
All Anglicans are urged to pray for the primates' meeting in Canterbury in January.
A new book explores gender-based violence against women and the role that the church plays – for good or ill.
The Rt Rev John Gray, first Bishop of Te Hui Amorangi o Te Waipounamu, has been buried at Tokomaru Bay, heartland of Ngati Porou.
In the aftermath of the Paris killings, our Archbishops have called on Anglicans here to pray that terrorism may be overcome and violent hearts turned to paths of peace.
• Anglican leaders reflect on terror attacks
• Archbishop Welby weeps with those affected
• Muslims in NZ condemn attacks and pray for victims
• WCC condemns attacks in both Paris and Beirut
• Christchurch Muslims fear backlash