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I was in prison…

And you visited me. About 150 well-wishers from nga hau e wha piled into an Auckland rest home yesterday to celebrate a remarkable life in prison ministry.

Making noise on Armistice Day

Hui Amorangi and dioceses are being invited to join in a 'roaring chorus' to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. 

CWS launches Indonesia Appeal

Christian World Service calling for support to fund Indonesian churches' aid and relief work in the earthquake and tsunami devastated regions of Central Sulawesi.

NZCCSS advocates for social workers

The NZ Council of Christian Social Services is calling on the Government to close the pay rate gaps across the Aotearoa New Zealand social work sector.

Field of 10 for Polynesian election

The Diocese of Polynesia has confirmed a list of 10 candidates who have offered themselves for discernment as the next Bishop of Polynesia – and therefore as Archbishop and Primate of this church.

Anglicans help counter xenophobia

Anglican experts have added their voices to a world conference addressing the issues of xenophobia, racism and populist nationalism in the context of global migration.

Celebrating Te Paipera Tapu

The Bible Society is celebrating the 150th anniversary of the first full edition of the Bible in te Reo Māori by digitising its text, and keeping up with modern Māori through new resources and translations.

Anglicans offering children hope

Archbishop David Moxon has called on the Anglican Communion to offer children hope in a world prone to despair.


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Wes Granberg-Michaelson

Time to convict crimes against creation

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Time to give 'one minute silence' a break

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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018