Nau mai whakatau mai, welcome
Tēnā koutou and welcome to the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin’s website. The Diocese of Dunedin covers the provinces of Otago and Southland in the lower South Island of New Zealand. It includes about thirty parishes as well as social service agencies in Dunedin and Invercargill, rest homes, a psycho-geriatric hospital, a girls’ school and a University hall of residence.
Global survey aims to equip Anglicans to engage in Truth and Reconciliation Commissions
Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu commends the “exciting and promising initiative”.
The Anglican Communion’s Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) has launched a worldwide survey to gather the experience of Anglicans and Episcopalians who have taken part in national or local truth Read more... Back to top
Malawi Anglicans: “Politicians’ turncoat habit impedes nation building”
The Anglican Diocese of Southern Malawi has called on all the country’s politicians to avoid “the turncoat habit that is prevalent among them” saying it is “unhelpful for nation building and good governance”.
The sharp rebuke came in a statement following the Diocese’s Read more... Back to top
Christians and churches urged to pray for the media
Churches and Christians are being urged to mark Sunday 12th May 2013 as a special day of prayer for the media – and to contact their local newspaper, radio and TV station to find out what they would like prayer for.
The call comes from Christian charity the Church and Media Network which Read more... Back to top