Religious Orders of the Anglican Communion
Religious Life Vocations Sunday - 3rd Sunday in August.
An opportunity to remember, learn about, and pray for the Anglican Religious Life and the Orders present in the Church.
A challenge to consider the call to a religious vocation.
Invite someone from a Religious Order to participate in local worship and speak/ preach.
Anglican Religious Orders in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia:
(See above menu at 'Directory/ Boards-Offices-Religious-Communities-Theological-Colleges' for contact details)
Community of the Sacred Name (Sisters) - Christchurch New Zealand, Suva and Labasa Fiji, Nuku'alofa Tonga.
Order of St Stephen (Youth).
Order of the Holy Cross (Anglican Benedictine).
Sisters of the Love of God - Opononi Northland.
Society of St Francis (Franciscan Friars) - Hamilton.
Third Order, Society of St Francis (Tertiaries).
Urban Vision (New Monasticism) - Wellington
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