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Growing Personal Capacity and Resilience
Re-cap of the ongoing items from 2015
“…stewardship involves our use of time, talent and treasure, and it asks us to re-consider how we live our whole life.”
“Like the frog in the slowly boiling water, perhaps we are simply not hard wired to take action when disaster looms slow.”
The Rev’d Indrea Alexander talks to the Rev’d Matt Watts about putting discipleship and mission back into the hands of ordinary people.
Most of us live in a determined state of denial about growing old...
A reflection by Christiana Talbot
Isolation was a major challenge for rural women
Rural churches tend to be small, but as their members engage the community in meaningful and transformative action, their impact is amazing
More than 2,000 babies were born to first-time parents in Christchurch last year
Installation of the Very Rev’d Lawrence Kimberley as the 14th Dean of ChristChurch Cathedral
Whilst project completions to date are behind target [105 v 124] it is still expected that all projects will be completed on time.
Diocesan clergy and staff gave sizzling support to White Ribbon Day
The newly installed Dean of Christchurch, the Very Rev Lawrence Kimberley is clear about his priorities
Addressing the excess deducted from the Global Insurance Settlement
Bishop's Charge to the 2015 Synod of the Diocese of Christchurch
Read the Bishop's latest letter to the Diocese here
Slide Presentations of pre-Syndod Archdeaconry Meetings for completed work in Pegasus, Christchurch, South Canterbury and Mid Canterbury - June to August 2015
The World Council of Churches (WCC) is inviting member churches to join in a pilgrimage of justice and peace.
Standing Committee seeks your prayerful consideration of the ways in which you are able to support on-the-job training of curates.
Two reports from the recent Judicial Committee hearing on Motion 30 are available for downloading and reading.
Read or Download this H & S Update here
The Church Property Trustees are seeking a community conversation about a possible option to bring a resolution to the future design of the Cathedral in the Square.
A variety of Cantabrian voices, including Anglican minister the Rev Mike Coleman, lent their support to the "Stand Up Against Family Violence" campaign.
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