Last Sunday, congregations gathered to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first ordinations of women to the priesthood here – and to celebrate the contributions of women, past, present and future.
The St John's College Trust Board and Te Kotahitanga have developed a new approach to funding Anglican education across Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.
Leaders of New Zealand’s many faiths met in Auckland last week. Their aim? To foster the development of good relationships between their communities, and to seek action on common concerns.
Bottom-up works better than top-down - that's one of the conclusions that could be drawn from a Decade of Mission hui held in Wellington this week.
Next month this Church celebrates our achievement as one of the first provinces in the Anglican Communion to ordain women to the priesthood - forty years ago.
• 40th anniversary of women's ordination to the priesthood liturgy
Charles Waldegrave has been a warrior for social justice for decades. Taonga has been talking with him about one of his latest tasks.
The Bible Society of New Zealand is giving away thousands of their brand-new children's picture book nativity for Christmas 2017.
The Anglican Church adopted its three tikanga constitution in 1992. Time then, for “critical reflection on the radical step taken then.” That’s the premise of a three-day forum which began today at St John’s College.