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“Growing Together”, 15 – 21 April 2018, Lincoln, New Zealand
Lay and ordained rural church leaders are invited to be inspired, encouraged and equipped to face the challenges and opportunities of rural mission and ministry. IRCA is an ecumenical international fellowship that few out of a meeting of rural church leaders in 1993. The organisation is administered by Germinate: The Arthur Rank Centre in the UK with an independent international steering committee. To... View article
St Matthew’s, Masterton, is a large well-resourced Parish. It has several worshipping congregations, each with its own style of worship and ministry.
We invite expressions of interest from an experienced, energetic Vicar, who can work effectively in this dynamic environment, with the many other leaders in our Parish and alongside the Trinity Schools Chaplains, to grow the Kingdom of God. We are an outward looking Parish with many programmes in place. We have identified... View article
2017 AWSC HUI “Kia Ngawari – Finding a Wholeness”, 25 – 27 October 2017
It is with great pleasure and excitement that AWSC accepted the invitation to hold our latest offering in the Treasuring Women in Ministry Provincial Hui series at Te Karaiti Te Pou Herenga Waka Marae in Mangere, Auckland. For many of our three tikanga sisters, this is a rare opportunity to be invited and stay on a marae. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about various... View article
From the Archbishops and Primates of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, Interim Report of The Primate’s Working Group on Motion 29
2 July 2017
To the Bishops, clergy and people of the
Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia,
Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ,
Interim Report of The Primate’s Working Group on Motion 29
In May 2016 the General Synod/ Te Hīnota Whānui of our Church met in Napier and received the report and recommendations of the A Way Forward – He Anga Whakamua – Na Sala ki Liu Working Group. Following a long... View article
This event is in its fifth year in 2017 and will be sure to be another great opportunity to be both equipped for the work as well as encouraged and acknowledged for the selfless work that all youth workers in the church offer.
Meet discuss, laugh, pray, encourage, worship and eat with 200 other Anglican youth leaders who love Jesus and who love working with young people!
The Abbey 2017 starts on Friday 25 August at 8pm and finishes on Sunday 27 August at 2pm. We’re... View article
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