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Spirituality

Homilies & Addresses The Rev'd Paul Reynolds, Aunty Dr Rose Elu, The Rev'd Bradley Hauff and The Rt. Rev'd Te Kitohi Pikaahu Homilies & Addresses

Anglican Indigenous Network: Lambeth Conference 2022

“God calls us to respect one another. This, in part at least, involves respecting people’s territories, traditions and protocols; seeking counsel and consent; and, caring for one another. Respect is also about being welcoming and inclusive. When respect is fostered, harmony presides. When respect is denied, harm is caused,” says Aunty Dr Rose Elu in her Lambeth Conference Anglican Indigenous Network address

"Sometimes we study passages in scripture like a single tree. I believe, that we need the 'forest' view of scripture, so we can then best understand a 'single tree' passage" (Canon Gary Harch)
Faith book reflections

The book I have given away the most and why: Canon Gary Harch

“Trees flourish because of a whole community. This is salient to the Christian message,” says The Rev’d Canon Gary Harch, from St John’s Cathedral, as he shares about this innovative best-seller

Homilies & Addresses

TSS Yarning Circle launch

“By starting to make changes and unlocking new abilities, we can strengthen the TSS community and also bring everyone closer together, which is what Reconciliation is all about,” says The Southport School Indigenous Liaison Officer and Ngemba and Ualaroi man, Matthew Dalton