The Rev’d Michael Hughes
09 521 4439
Tuia -The Office of the General Synod
200 St Johns Road, Meadowbank, Auckland
P O Box 87188, Meadowbank, Auckland 1742
The Rev'd Michael Hughes is the General Secretary of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.
Michael, who lives on Auckland’s North Shore, became General Secretary in late 2009, and has a Master of Arts degree from Oxford; a Masters in Theology (Hons) from the Melbourne College of Divinity; a BA Hons from Oxford, plus a Diploma in Ministry for Theology Graduates from Ripon College Cuddesdon, Oxford – and a Bachelor of Management Studies from the University of Waikato.
He also has wide past experience in youth ministry, has taught papers in youth ministry through Otago University, and published a book on the subject, and several essays on a range of subjects including ecumenism, youth ministry, and sin. He was ordained in the Diocese of Waikato (now Waikato and Taranaki) in 1997 and served in parishes firstly in New Plymouth, and then in Auckland.
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