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Karakia o Te Po marks a year online

As ‘Karakia o Te Po’ reached its first anniversary on March 25 this year, the Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa online services are still welcoming the largest single congregations of any Māori Anglican Church today.
• Quick glance glossary of Māori words

Faith-based redress hearings end

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care has concluded two sessions of hearings on abuse redress processes in faith-based institutions in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Anglicans urged to host Iftar meals

The Tikanga Pākeha Ecumenical Group is inviting Anglican churches in Aotearoa New Zealand to open their doors in friendship to their Muslim neighbours by hosting Iftar meals this Ramadan.
• Don't underestimate the value of making friends

Wellington speaks up on climate

The Diocese of Wellington has made hundreds of submissions to the Climate Change Commission on how Aotearoa New Zealand can best move towards to a thriving, climate-resilient and low emissions future. 

Archbishops share Easter gratitude

The Archbishops of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have shared an Easter message of gratitude for God's love made real – especially giving thanks for all those who have worked to protect and bring healing in this year of pandemic.

Podcast tackles suicide pandemic

Manawa o Te Wheke youth enabler Mira Martin has shared her insights from years of experience promoting wellbeing for Māori youth in a ‘Sacred Teachings’ indigenous wisdom podcast for the Anglican Church of Canada.

Archbishops launch St John’s review

The Archbishops of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have established an independent review into the culture of the learning environment at the College of St John the Evangelist in Auckland.

Webinar urges oil & gas divesting

The Anglican Communion Environment Network is holding an interactive webinar on Friday 26 March to share steps churches can take when divesting from fossil fuels.

Anglican Missions invites interns

A new Anglican Missions internship programme is energising both student interns and Wellington-based Missions’ staff, as they work together to improve this Church’s work on mission, aid and development.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018