THE ANGLICAN CHURCH IN AOTEAROA, NEW ZEALAND AND POLYNESIA
Te Hahi Mihinare ki Aotearoa ki Niu Tireni, ki Nga Moutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa
The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, is a constitutionally autonomous member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
The Anglican Church in New Zealand had it's beginnings in 1814. At the 2013 national census there were 469,036 Anglicans in the Aotearoa New Zealand part of this church.
Social Justice work
We believe in a society that reflects the new community that God is calling into being - the Kingdom of God. This is most clearly articulated in the Sermon on the Mount.
Social Justice is about fulfilling the commandments in scripture to stand with the poorest and most vulnerable in our society
Social Justice had a reset in 2017. After months of behind-the-scenes work, the Archbishops and the General Synod Standing Committee unveiled the church’s new approach to tackling social justice work. Find out more here (link to Taonga article).
“Social justice, is the heartbeat of the church.
We can’t talk theology, we can’t talk pastoral care,
we can’t talk ministry without doing social justice –
it’s the heart of our community.”
Archbishop Winston Halapua
As part of the vision for a broad-based, 3 tikanga approach to social justice, informed by experts of experience and study, we have created this website - for Anglicans, to provide resources to engage in social justice.
You can find links to submit a resource, or join the mailing list on every page of this website on the main menus.
For general enquiries, please use the form to the right, or email firstname.lastname@example.org