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Archbishops share Xmas peace

The Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia have released a video message of peace and hope for Christmas 2020.

Polynesia responds to cyclone

The Diocese of Polynesia is putting phase one of its Anglican Missions-supported response and recovery plan into action in Fiji, co-ordinating damage assessments, responding to immediate emergency needs and considering options for longer-term recovery.

Anthology tells clergywomen’s stories

Today the Anglican Women’s Studies Council held the Christchurch launch of their newly published anthology of women clergy’s stories that celebrate 40 years of women’s ordination in this province.

Students gift building project

A group of 13 and 14 year-old Anglican school students from Dilworth Rural Campus have gifted a sleepout building they constructed themselves, to support a local family struggling with overcrowding.

CLLC launches new Prayer Book

The Common Life Liturgical Commission has released a new revised edition of A New Zealand Prayer Book - He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa that comes after many years of specialist work from experts across the Province.

Primates advise on Abuse Inquiry

The two Aotearoa New Zealand-based Anglican Archbishops have sent a letter to the Church advising dioceses, bishoprics and institutions on how they expect this Church to respond and cooperate with the Royal Commission of Inquiry on Abuse in Care.

Bishops report on Napier flooding

Bishop of Tairāwhiti Archbishop Don Tamihere and Bishop of Waiapu Andrew Hedge have reported that Anglican parishes and institutions based in Napier have avoided major damage in the recent deluge and are now focused on supporting flood-affected families.

NZCCSS spurs Govt to move

The New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services has welcomed the Government’s diverse new leadership team with its focus on battling Covid and reviving the nation’s livelihoods after the pandemic. Now they want to see Government makes sure all families in Aotearoa can move ahead to better times.

End of Life law fails safety check

Archbishop Philip Richardson, Archbishop Don Tamihere and a further eleven Anglican Bishops have joined religious leaders from across the country to warn of dangers in the poorly drafted End of Life Choice Act.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018