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Cross of Nails comes to Taranaki

What do Coventry and New Plymouth have in common? A permanent connection forged through the wounds of history.

Bishop John Gray suspended

Bishop John Gray has been suspended from his office as Bishop of the Maori Anglican Diocese of Te Waipounamu.

Our goal: lives that are pleasing to God

This week our Sunday preacher notes if we are serious about God then we will live to please God, not ourselves.

++Philip calls for freedom debate

Archbishop Philip Richardson says the Canterbury T-Shirt controversy should trigger an urgent national debate about freedom and its limits.

AMB has three Lenten projects on the go

The Anglican Missions Board targets three Lenten projects, ranging from church extensions and new hospital facilities in the Middle East to motor-cycles for archdeacons in Africa.

Equipping for pastoral supervision

Five new graduates are licensed in the CAIRA pastoral supervision programme.

Religion 'driving worldwide violence'

Violence in the name of religion is a defining issue of our generation, WCC told.

Bishop Api for climate summit in SA

Bishop Apimeleki Qiliho, from Fiji, will join a worldwide group of eco-bishops in Capetown for a summit on climate change.

We need to boost overseas aid, says CWS

New Zealand should offer more relief on the ground in Syria and Iraq, says Christian World Service.