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Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia

Baring the depravity of slavery

12 Years a Slave
This is a powerful film but it's also a trial for tender souls.

The princess who fell in the dark

Diana
Intimate glimpses of a pampered princess who could never be herself.

Space dishes up some body blows

Gravity
'Lost in space’ for people who like stunning visuals. 

A contemporary take on Jesus

The Gospel of Us
Imagine 'The Teacher' dancing to rock music. then listening to Paul Potts' opera... 

Here come the machines – again

Pacific Rim
To the rescue: computerized machines as tall as skyscrapers and piloted by humans in the machine’s brain.

Do-it-yourself travails

Still Mine
The house that Craig built – even though his ‘old school’ ways clash with the powers that be.

Just don't get in Steve's way

jOBS
Beware of those who pursue their dreams – with scant regard for others. 

Up, up and away to a new identity

Superman
"Acts of God" propel Clark Kent's search for true identity.

Earth has gone mad and bad

After Earth
Buckle up for a journey of perils and healing when the world is lost.

Top blogs

Opinion
Mark MacDonald

Making ministry indigenous

Mark MacDonald

Making ministry indigenous

Alice Wu

Witnessing to unity in a fractured world

Alice Wu

Witnessing to unity in a fractured world

Christopher John SSF

Catching up with religious in the Solomons

Christopher John SSF

Catching up with religious in the Solomons

Rhiannon Cosslett

Let us condemn the workspace church heresy

Rhiannon Cosslett

Let us condemn the workspace church heresy

Craig Barnes

Two pastors: grateful unto the grave

Craig Barnes

Two pastors: grateful unto the grave

Michael Fitzpatrick

Is 'distinctive co-existence' the Anglican future?

Michael Fitzpatrick

Is 'distinctive co-existence' the Anglican future?

Our magazine

in print
Anglican Taonga Winter 2018