Anglican network calls for Communion-wide support for indigenous people’s rights

Posted Nov 25, 2019

Members of the Anglican Indigenous Network gather after a Eucharist at Epiphany Church in Kaimuki, Hawaii. Photo: Bruce Hanohano/Diocese of Hawaii

[Anglican Communion News Service] A gathering of the Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) in Hawaii has led to a call for a greater voice for indigenous Anglicans in the work of the Anglican Consultative Council and its partner organisations.

Representatives from 10 Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa (Maori dioceses in New Zealand) joined with Anglicans from Australia, the U.S. and Canada for a week-long program at Epiphany Episcopal Church in Kaimuki, which was chaired by Bishop of Tai Tokerau Te Kitohi Pikaahu.

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