Synod 2020 takes place from Thursday 3 September to Saturday 5 September at St George’s, Papatoetoe and the Vodafone Events Centre, Manukau.
A special announcement about the return to Alert Levels 2 and 3 for the diocese.
The next stage of the inquiry into abuse in faith-based institutions is a redress hearing later in the year.
Groups for new parents have switched to online meetings while the country is in lockdown.
In January 2020, Chinese authorities confirmed a new type of coronavirus. The Anglican Diocese of Auckland is following guidance from the Ministry of Health on how to prevent the virus from arriving or spreading in New Zealand.
The Hon David Cunliffe is the new chair of the Selwyn Foundation, appointed by the Bishop of Auckland, The Rt Rev’d Ross Bay.
A great time was had by all who attended the diocese’s Summer Adventure Weekend at Long Bay in mid-January.
The Anglican Church is included in the Royal Commission of Inquiry into abuse in State and faith-based care.
Bishop Jim White was presented with a specially carved staff (crozier) during a service of farewell and thanksgiving for his ministry on 1 December.
The Mothers’ Union celebrated 130 years in the Auckland Diocese with a day of festivities at Holy Trinity Otahuhu on 30 November 2019.
The #GreenUpandGive Church Advent Challenge started on 1 December and in anticipation Bishop Ross Bay showed the team from ADJust around his garden.
This weekend brings families of all sorts together to enjoy community, conversation and fun in the sun.
A successful art exhibition at St Columba Grey Lynn raised funds for their community outreach.
The Reverend Jonathan Gale has been appointed as archdeacon for the mid-North and Far North.
This year’s Junior Youth Camp kicked off with a fun family session on Long Bay Beach.
Wedding apparel from many cultures, past and present, drew the community together at St Michael and All Angels, Henderson.
Holy Trinity Otahuhu began a new chapter in the church’s long history when they opened a new community hall.
The first session of the fifty-sixth Auckland Diocesan Synod was held from 5 to 7 September at Holy Trinity Cathedral, Parnell.
Bishop Jim White announced at Synod that he would step down from his episcopal ministry for medical reasons.
Children and family ministry workers enjoyed an overnight retreat in mid-August where they spent time reflecting on their roles and sharing with one another.
A 160-year-old flag was handed back to the Kīngitanga by the Anglican Church in an historic ceremony.
Synod will be a little ‘greener’ this year to reduce its impact on the environment and respond to the needs of the wider community.
Young people from across the diocese had a wonderful time at their discipleship camp in mid-July.
Ministry Conference 2019 was enjoyed by clergy and ministry leaders from throughout the diocese.