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Equipping ourselves to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth. Te Orokohanganga o te Ao/ Na Tina ni Vanua/The Earth as our Mother Anglican Women’s Studies Centre Provincial Hui 2021 St Peter’s School, Cambridge. 13-16 October 2021 Planning is well underway for our 2021 Hui. Last year’s hui […]
Celebrating our three tikanga richness as we move forward AWSC Council and Links gathered for two very interesting days of sharing experience, leadership training, theological reflection, personal growth, and local facilitation. The setting was the hospitable St Francis Retreat Centre, in Hillsborough, Auckland, right beside the beautiful old Pah homestead and Monte Cecilia Park. Council […]
In these Covid-19 days, the United Nations is holding this renowned forum entirely online. 14-26 March 2021. What’s more, it is open to all. What an opportunity! How to attend the NGO CSW65 Virtual Forum 14-26 March 2021 Attending the Forum is totally free and open to the public. However, you MUST register and log […]
A breakfast event hosted by the Hon Jan Tinetti in Wellington, and also for everyone on line. Free to register.
Convenor of the Anglican Women’s Studies Centre, Helen Roud, opened the recent gathering with these words, by Lynne Hybels.
St John’s College Trust Board in Auckland provides scholarships to members of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, including Ordained Clergy Candidates for Ordination Lay Members Applications are able to be submitted twice a year, with deadlines for submission being 30 September and 31 March each year. https://www.sjctb.co.nz/scholarships
Happiness, sadness, reflection, anger and laugh out loud humour -all can be found in our latest publication. Deep spirituality, theological reflection, profound faith and aroha are also in these pages. Over forty Anglican women , ordained and lay, have written their stories, contributing to a beautiful, moving account of their lives, before during and after […]
The Director for Gender Justice has a critical role at the Anglican Communion Office. The Director: ● Has oversight of the global landscape and best practice, which they are able to share across the provinces; ● Helps to connect gender justice champions with others working in similar areas to share strategies, resources, and learning; ● […]