Peter Carrell delves into Christ's glorious ascension: a joyous experience for his disciples who must now carry on Jesus' work in the world.
Church leaders met with Prime Minister Bill English and senior government ministers last week, to hand over a slate of proposals aimed at lifting Kiwi well-being.
• Safe and Affordable Housing for All
• Better returns on Social Investment
• Churches offer help for pilot refugee sponsor scheme
• Jenesa Jeram: Data can tell us when social investment is worthwhile
• Manus detainees ask New Zealand for asylum
The Eastertide issue of Anglican Taonga magazine heads off the beaten track to sites of holiness where our two newest bishops grounded their calls to leadership.
A New Zealand anti-euthanasia coalition says most New Zealanders who submitted to the Health Select Committee on end-of-life issues do not support legalising euthanasia.
In this week's gospel Jesus prepares his disciples to see him no more, but offers the promise of his Spirit – to remain with them forever.
Ngatiawa River Monastery began life in the 1960s, as a Presbyterian youth camp. Now, almost 60 years on from its first flush, it has a pressing need...
The New Zealand Anglican Pension Board has put a seeding investment into a new socially responsible global bond fund.
Tom Innes observes the radical 'about turns' in the disciples' lives as the truth of the resurrection dawns on the road to Emmaus.