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Anglican Missions launches appeal for Christchurch

Anglican Missions is launching an appeal in support of the victims and families of the mosque shooting.

Christian Conference of Asia

CCA - the ecumenical body which seeks to develop fellowship amongst Christians in Asia - has issued a statement in the wake of the Christchurch massacre.

"We live in a multi-faith community here..."

"Many of our Muslim sisters and brothers have acquaintances and loved ones who lost their lives in this appalling event..." A statement of lament from Archbishop Fereimi Cama, Bishop of Polynesia 

Prayer resources

In response to the Christchurch shootings, the Rev Canon Simon Winn of Wellington's Cathedral of St Paul has gathered the following prayers and liturgy.

Interfaith Prayer for Peace

In the wake of the Christchurch massacre, the following interfaith prayer is being circulated.

Sorrow at Christchurch carnage

The Archbishop of Canterbury and the leader of the Australian Anglican Church have expressed their grief at the Christchurch carnage and pledged their prayers.

How Catholics, Anglicans differ on Eucharist

Daniel Stollenwerk reviews a book that reads Eucharistic theology in the international Anglican - Roman Catholic dialogues from an Evangelical perspective.

Bishop Peter Carrell's first sermon

On his first Sunday sermon following ordination as Bishop of Christchurch, the Rt Rev Dr Peter Carrell called on his diocese to become catchers of people. 

+Peter's address in the Square

Here is the address Bishop Peter Carrell made in Cathedral Square on Saturday 9 February 2019, following his installation as Bishop of Christchurch in front of Christ Church Cathedral.

Why mark West Papua’s Day?

'Another step in the long journey...'

Bishop Andrew's sorrow

The background to the Te Papa land loss

What the Bible told me changed

The GSSC letter to Archbishop Davies


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?

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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018