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Helpful Links - Worship and Prayer  


Internal Links 


Daily Intercessionary Prayer Cycle from the Anglican Centre.   Click here  >
 
Weekly Cathedral Prayers.   Click here  >



External Links
The Wellington Diocese takes no responsibility for the content or validity of these links. 
They are provided solely for your convenience.


Aglow - www.aglow.org.nz/

Network of caring women in the Wellington Area. Links to other Aglow fellowships; part of the worldwide network of Aglow International Inc; A unique ministry by women, for women; A multi-faceted ministry, reaching women in nations on six continents with Christ's love.

Anglican Diocese of Dunedin Clipart resources - www.dn.anglican.org.nz/resources/liturgical/arts/clipart

Clipart source from the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin.

 

Anglicans Online - www.anglicansonline.org

The site 'Anglicans Online' is a good resource for all things Anglican, including links to other churches worldwide, and interesting articles and information.


Anglican Taonga - http://www.anglicantaonga.org.nz/

Telling the stories of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia. ANGLICAN TAONGA is published by the Anglican Commission on Communications and distributed to all parishes and agencies of 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.

 

Archbishop Of Canterbury - www.archbishopofcanterbury.org

The official site of the head of the Church of England. The speeches, press releases and CV of the present Archbishop are on-line, together with a history. The Archbishop of Canterbury has many national and international responsibilities, but he is first and foremost the bishop in the Diocese of Canterbury.

 

Church Army - http://www.ca-nz.org/

Our task has always been: To follow Christ; Make him known; And help others do the same. Currently we do this: By helping the whole Church witness; By training evangelists; By developing specialist ministries.

 

Cursillo - http://www.cursillo.wellington.net.nz/

Cursillo is a worldwide movement of the Christian Church which aims to Christianise environments through small Christian communities committed to living and spreading the Gospel.

 

Invitation To Prayer - www.invitationtoprayer.org

Praying together for peace, justice and reconciliation. How do I pray? Some suggested prayers, links.

 

Lectionary/Te Maramataka 2006 - www.anglican.org.nz/Resources/Lectionary-and-Worship

TE MARAMATAKA. 2006. THE ANGLICAN CHURCH ... Lectionary/Te. Maramataka. is. produced each year to help meet the worship needs of the Anglican Church ...

 

Liturgy - www.liturgy.co.nz/

Liturgy, worship, spirituality; An ecumenical site of resources and reflections for spirituality and worship, for individuals and communities.

 

Liturgies Online, Australia - www.liturgiesonline.com.au

Free online Liturgies updated weekly for you to use in the preparation of your Church service. These weekly order of services are linked to the new revised common lectionary. Years A, B and C liturgies are all now available.

 

New Wine New Zealand - http://www.newwine.org.nz/

Our vision is to see the nation changed through Christians and churches being filled with the Spirit, alive with the joy of knowing and worshipping Jesus Christ, living out his Word, and doing the works of the Kingdom of God.

 

Order of St Stephen - http://www.oss.net.nz/

The Order Of Saint Stephen is a group of young adults who are called to the principals of Prayer, Community and Service through the support of one another and from the Anglican Church. It Provides a community and framework for nurturing your life with God.

 

Wellington Cathedral - www.cathedral.wellington.net.nz

Welcome to Wellington Cathedral, in the Anglican Diocese of Wellington. Situated within the parliamentary precinct of New Zealand's capital city, we are a vibrant and diverse community of people drawn together to worship God through fine liturgy, good music, stimulating preaching and a sense of belonging.

 

World Council of Churches - www.oikoumene.org/en

World Council of Churches promotes Christian unity. in faith, witness and service for a just and peaceful world. A worldwide fellowship of 349 churches seeking unity, a common witness and Christian service.




No reira waiho ko te aroha o Te Matua Kaha Rawa hei korowai mou.
May the love of Almighty God enfold you!