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Archbishops Guidance: Alert Level 2

Archbishops Guidance: Alert Level 2

Download Archbishops' Guidance for Alert Level 2We share a wisdom tradition that teaches us that we are all connected, that every person is important, and that we are all affected by what happens to each of us. If we accept that every person is important, then we need...

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Archbishops Guidance: Alert Level 3

Archbishops Guidance: Alert Level 3

The Archbishops' Guidance for Alert Level 3 provides high level guidance for ministers in line with the guidelines provided by Government. It also recognises that as a church we must operate at the level of the most vulnerable to keep us, our whānau, and our...

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Online Church Proves Popular

Online Church Proves Popular

Church services online have seen a large increase in those wanting to be a part of  karakia / services. But, lockdown aside, why? This question, and others, were put to the Venerable Archdeacon Ngira Simmonds on Te Karere. Watch the video for the full interview with...

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Archbishops Easter Message

Archbishops Easter Message

Ā te Rātapu e heke nei ka tarea te kī: Kua ara Te Karaiti! He pono tonu, kua ara a Ia!  It’s been said a lot lately, but it remains true: We are living in unprecedented times. For just over two weeks now, Aotearoa New Zealand has been in ‘lockdown’ and at Alert Level...

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Faith in Quarantine

Faith in Quarantine

With whare karakia or places of worship around the country now closed, Bishop Eleanor Sanderson, alongside other religious New Zealanders, shared how she and others were adjusting and what they believe the pandemic means. "The Wellington Anglican Diocese has been...

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Guidance: Level 4 Tangihanga

Guidance: Level 4 Tangihanga

The Archbishops' Guidance for Tangihanga and Funerals at Level 4 provides high level guidance for ministers taking tangihanga during Alert Level 4. With Government guidelines requiring prompt local burial and only whānau in the same 'bubble' or household of the...

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