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.
Christian pacifists and people interested in learning more about Christian pacifism are invited to a South Island gathering hosted by the Anglican Pacifist Fellowship on the evening of Friday, 24 and Saturday November 25, 2017 in Dunedin.
These days dovetail onto the end of a National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies “Rethinking Pacifism for Revolution, Security and Politics” conference, November 22-24, at Otago... View article
Anglican Missions sells stamps on Trade Me, in auctions and to dealers around the world. Thanks to everyone who has donated stamps to Anglican Missions! Keep them coming!
However, we no longer want the general-use ‘KIWI’ stamps – these are the ones for general use with no postage allocated – those with pictures of ice cream cones, fishing, road sign, etc. Our stamp buyers have been overwhelmed by them and are no longer taking them.
Does your parish have a Facebook page? We would love to connect with you on Facebook if you do. Our page is: www.facebook.com/anglicanfamilycare/ Please contact Lucy Summers on with your page address so we can “like” it. Thanks very much!
Expansion of services
Anglican Family Care is delighted to have been asked by the Ministry for Vulnerable Children – Oranga Tamariki to expand its social support services for vulnerable children... View article
Kia ora, Malo e lelei, Talofa Lava, Bula Vinaka, Greetings! This month Mere Wallace and Annette Cater celebrate the ordination of The Right Revd Dr Eleanor Sanderson. AWSC has had a long interest in Ellie via our mentoring programme as she has progressed through her PhD studies and when she was invited to Virginia Theological Seminary as guest speaker a few years ago for the Anglican Women in Prayer conference. We are thrilled to see that her hard work and commitment has been... View article