Delegates at the Indigenous Global Ecumenical Gathering held in Rotorua last week have considered their landscape - and are now formulating plans to take to the next WCC General Assembly.
• "We are many, we are one" - Rev Prince Devanandan's sermon
Te Pihopatanga o te Manawa o te Wheke and the Anglican Missions Board will host a WCC Indigenous Global Ecumenical Gathering and youth pre-meeting in Rotorua this July.
CWS has issued a call to support Palestinians trapped in the Gaza strip as reports show up to 60 Gaza residents have been killed and thousands more injured under Israeli military fire.
• Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu heartbroken over Gaza attacks
• Will Gaza deaths waken the world to Palestinians' rights?
Christian World Service has launched Operation Refugee 2018, a five-day challenge to live on the rations that Syrian refugees receive in emergency food parcels.
In the wake of the earthquake which hit Papua New Guinea yesterday, the Archbishops have called the church to prayer - while Anglican Missions assesses how it can best respond.
Christian World Service is calling on Kiwi Christians to help Rohingya refugees who are fleeing attacks in Burma.
The Greenbelt Festival has been a British fixture for more than four decades. This year festivalgoers heard Archbishop Winston Halapua's view on life in Pacific nations threatened by rising sea levels.