Anglican and Roman Catholic churches have been urged to toll their church bells at 3pm this afternoon in remembrance of those killed in the Christchurch mosque tragedy last Friday 15 March.
Our two New Zealand-based Archbishops have issued a statement in the wake of the Christchurch massacre. They have expressed their shock, sorrow and solidarity - and called Anglicans to pray for all affected.
• Christchurch church leaders' statement
• Archbishop Fereimi Cama's lament from Fiji
• Solidarity from the Archbishops of Canterbury and Australia
• Anglican Missions launches appeal for Christchurch
• Prayers and liturgy for Sunday (updated)
• Christian Council of Asia statement
• An interfaith prayer
• ACNS reports on mosque attacks
The New Zealand Bible Society is preparing to share the gospel with NZ children this Easter through a free booklet focused on the Road to Emmaus.
Anglican Missions has named the projects this Church's mission giving will support in 2019.
On Waitangi Day this year, the Church Missionary Society (NZCMS) commissioned the first six participants for its ‘Better World’ – a new social justice gap year aimed to inspire and equip young adults in mission.
Christian social service agencies in Aotearoa New Zealand have launched a ‘Zero Hunger’ network with a challenge to the nation to end food poverty.
Around Aotearoa families on the edge are entering crisis mode as Christmas approaches, with Auckland and Christchurch City Missions already reporting record demand for emergency food parcels.
The leaders of the Anglican Church in this country, and in Polynesia, have spoken out in protest at the Indonesian state's abuse of the West Papuan people and their environment.