As multiple extreme weather events hit the upper North Island over summer 2023, Anglicans have provided emergency funding, pastoral and practical support across Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau and the Diocese of Auckland.
Since Cyclone Gabrielle struck in February 2023 this Church has mobilised pūtea and people to back churches and minita, marae and iwi as they cared for communities devastated by this summer’s storms.
Anglican clergy from the Diocese of Auckland have gathered for a closer look at the interplay between faith and science, as part of the global work of the Anglican Communion’s Science Commission.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Most Rev Justin Welby has confirmed that the Anglican Primates' Meeting will gather in Rome next April 2024.
The National Dialogue for Christian Unity has published resources to help Aotearoa New Zealand churches observe the 2023 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity next week.
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Dr Jane Goodall will deliver the opening keynote in a four-part webinar series on climate hope run by Aotearoa New Zealand’s Religious Diversity Centre this June.
Christian World Service(CWS) is seeking a national director after its Director Murray Overton announced he will step down from his role at the ecumenical aid and development agency.
Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Bishop Anthony Poggo, has called on Anglicans to advocate for the human rights of people seeking asylum and to offer hospitality to them.
Taranaki Cathedral and Ngāti Te Whiti have taken their next steps into a Treaty-led future as they gathered last week to open Te Whare Hononga, the Sir Paul Reeves’ Centre and unveil a memorial to six Waikato warriors.
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