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Diocese of Christchurch

The Anglican Parish Of Kaiapoi

The parish of Kaiapoi is located twenty minutes north of Christchurch city. Nestled in the heart of the stunning Waimakariri District, it is a unique blend of rural and urban areas. The parish includes part of the eastern coast line of the South Island, the beautiful Waimakariri river as well as the farming areas, heading to the Southern alps, of Ohoka, Eyerton and Clarkeville.


A parish profile and an expression of interest form are... View article

Diocese of Auckland

Applications are sought for the position of Cathedral Dean. Full details are contained in the  profile document which can be downloaded here http://www.holy-trinity.org.nz Applications close on Friday 17 February 2017.



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Decade of Mission 2015-2025

From Advent 2015 to Advent 2025 the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia has committed itself to remembering that partnering with the God of mission should always be our central theme.

Mission is enacted in different ways by different people. This site is dedicated to sharing and connecting reflections, stories and people over the next decade that will help us to build a picture of the heart of God – a God who crosses every boundary to be with and for us and... View article

Electoral Arrangements Committee

The Electoral Arrangements Committee has met again.

We have been informed that funding will be available from the St John’s Trust to fund our Bishop, as long as we continue the process of having a half time Bishop who uses their other half time as a ministry educator.

The date for the Electoral Synod has not been absolutely finalised. However we are proceeding with arrangements to allow an Electoral Synod to be called in 2017. The first part will be a process of discussion... View article

Anglican Care Network Newsletter

To access the Anglican Care Newsletter click on  ACN Newsletter

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Aaron’s Musings

Diocesan Youth Minister, Rev’d Aaron Douglas works ecumenically with church’s across Otago and Southland, to create opportunities for children and young people to discover and follow Jesus. Keep in touch with what’s happening around the place with Aaron’s newsletter ‘Aaron’s Musings‘.

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Diocese of Auckland

Diocesan School for Girls

Assistant Chaplain – Part Time / Full Time with Religious Studies Teaching

Diocesan School for Girls is a high performing independent Anglican School with an outstanding reputation for excellence in all aspects of achievement.  With state of the art educational and sporting facilities, the school provides a unique environment where girls can achieve excellence in a wide range of academic, cultural, spiritual and... View article

Anglican General Synod Office

Events and Projects Administrator.

Anglican General Synod Office, Auckland

Are you self-motivated, highly organised, flexible, and love working with others to achieve project goals?

The Events and Projects Administrator role is a new role that has been created, following a restructure to improve our services to ensure we have the capacity to deliver on the future needs for the church.

The role is full-time, Monday to Friday, with occasional weekend work, based in... View article

Anglican Family Care Centre

Giving children the best start on their journey

The Family Start Programme, which is available in Dunedin and Oamaru, is a free and voluntary home visiting programme which can provide on-going support to expectant parents and parents of newborn and young children.

Last year Anglican Family Care’s Family Start Programme supported the families of 269 children under 3 and made over 9,000 visits to clients in their homes. 96% of those families reported positive changes as a... View article

Advent Art Postcards Available

Last year AMB sponsored a project which was coordinated by Dr Rosemary Dewerse (a guest speaker at the Common Life Missions Conference, Nov 2015) to produce a set of postcards that draw on Advent texts to focus on missional thinking.

We still have some of these postcard sets available; and with no year date on them, they can be used in years to come.

If you would like to purchase a set ($12 including postage and packaging), contact Linda at the Anglican Missions Office... View article

Anglican Missions Spring Appeal

In September we launched our Spring Appeal for 2016 supporting 3 projects:

- The Diocesan Boys Hostel in Pakistan;

- NZCMS Mission Partners in the Middle East – one working to support refugees and two doing community work; and

- Nick and Tessa Laing, NZCMS Mission Partners working in Uganda in the area of medical support and community development.

THANK YOU to all who have sent donations for these projects so far.

Donations can still be made for this... View article

Anglican Family Care Centre

Ways you can help at Christmas

We are now being asked – how can we support families over Christmas ?

It is a little known fact that Dunedin and the wider Otago area are a most generous and compassionate community, and we do not advertise enough the significant donations and support we receive at Anglican Family Care Centre. We thank the individual donors, but the combined effort and generosity is extraordinary. For example, last Christmas, three children who each have a... View article

Diocese of Wellington

Full-time Vicar

Tawa-Linden Anglican Church, Wellington

 Tawa-Linden Anglican Church is a large, vibrant and generous-hearted church in the northern-most suburb of Wellington, the beautiful capital city of New Zealand. Our worship style ranges from charismatic flavour to traditional, and we connect closely with our local community through food fairs, life skill training, youth club, holiday programmes, community lunches, preschool playgroups... View article

Diocese of Waikato & Taranaki

Opportunity to lead innovative Regional Church Development

Regional Archdeacon- Interim Position

The Northern Region of Taranaki is engaged in a period of collaborative development which currently involves six parishes (four Anglican, two Cooperating).

We are seeking the supportive and inventive leadership of a full-time Regional Archdeacon who will guide the region through the next two-year period of change, working with the Taranaki Bishopric Leadership Team as they... View article

Minutes of Synod 2016

Bishop Kelvin’s Charge and the Synod Minutes are now available on the CalledSouth website. To access please go to General Diocesan documents under Downloads or click on  the following link Bishops Charge & Synod Minutes 2016

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Farewell and Changes

Anglican Parishes of Gore and Districts and Waimea Plains parishioners  farewelled John Wallis and Priest- in-Charge Rev’d Helen Wallis  on Sunday 16 October at St Mark’s church in Riversdale.

Rev’d Helen Wallis has been ministering in  the Anglican Hokonui Regional Deanery area over the past six months as Priest- in-Charge on a half time basis since Rev’d Angela Dutton returned to Australia in the new year. She moves on to another form of retirement with husband John,... View article

Völkner and Mokomoko



You are invited to the launch of a new book by Earle Howe. Initial launch Saturday 5th November, 1pm Hiona St Stephen’s Anglican Church, Opotiki. Auckland launch Sunday 13 November, 3pm, the Oaks Room, Holy Trinity Cathedral. (access via Brighton Road carpark)


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Anglican Family Care – Spring 2016 E-News

The Anglican Family Care E-News is now available for your perusal at  E-News

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New Precentor of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland

Bishop Jim White of Auckland has announced that the Rev. Ivica Gregurec will be the new Precentor of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland.

Fr. Ivica will begin his new position on the first Sunday of Advent, November 27th.

Fr. Ivica has served as priest assistant in the Dunedin North Parish with responsibility for St. Martin’s North East Valley and St. Thomas’s Pine Hill since December 2012. He has also served as chaplain to Presbyterian Support Otago rest homes:... View article

WCC General Secretary visits Dunedin

The general secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC), Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, opened his ecumenical and interfaith tour of New Zealand and Australia on 6 October.

Tveit travelled from Auckland to Dunedin where he met with the city’s interfaith and ecumenical leaders at a reception given by the mayor of Dunedin, Dave Cull. Leaders from Anglican, Catholic, Coptic Orthodox, Presbyterian, Baptist, Islamic and Baha’i communities attended, including Anglican vicar general... View article

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