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Latest publication - Vashti's Banquet - essays to mark the 25th anniversary of the ordination of the 1st woman diocesan bishop in the Anglican Communion: The Rt Rev'd Dr Penelope Jamieson.
Available from General Synod Office on +64 (0)9 5214439 or firstname.lastname@example.org - $25 + p&p.
Publication of Leaders Like Lydia
Leaders Like Lydia: a theological discourse in raranga, siapo & word,
is a collection of prayers, poems and theological reflections on women's creative experience.
Available from General Synod Office for $10 plus P&P. 09 5214439 or email@example.com
Publication of Contextual Theology - click below
Paperback - $20.00 plus p & p, from General Synod Office
Pasefika book launch story -
Publication of Lenten Studies - click below (now out of print!)
2014 HUI - Treasuring Women in Ministry
2013 HUI - Leaders Like Lydia
Listen to a Radio NZ interview from the Hui here:
Lisa Thompson from Radio New Zealand was present through some of the Leaders Like Lydia hui. Lisa interviewed the members of the Council and Annette Cater and her radio programme is on this link below.
Members of the Centre for Anglican Women's Studies Council - 2014-16 (Rev'd Canon Mere Wallace, Ven Carole Hughes - Convenor, Rev'd Numia Tomoana, Rev'd Erice Fairbrother, Rev'd Amy Chambers, Absent - Rev'd Eveline Langi)
Members of the Centre for Anglican Women's Studies Council - 2013 (Rev'd Canon Mere Wallace, Rev'd Amy Chambers, Ven Carole Hughes - Convenor, Rev'd Numia Tomoana, Rev'd Erice Fairbrother, Rev'd Brenda Sio)
May 2011 Ordination in Suva of Women's Centre Links - Rev'd Brenda Sio - Priest (Samoa) and Rev'd Ema Hala'api'api - Deacon (Fiji), flanked by Council members Archdeacon Taimalelagi Matalavea, Rev'd Carole Hughes, and Revd Amy Chambers.
Participants at the 2010 Three Tikanga Centre for Anglican Women's Studies Hui at St John's Theological College, Auckland
Members of the Centre for Anglican Women's Studies Council - October 2010 (Rev'd Canon Mere Wallace, Rev'd Amy Chambers, Venerable Taimalelagi Matalavea, Rev'd Erice Fairbrother, Rev'd Carole Hughes - Convenor, Dr Jenny Te Paa)
Some Council Members with Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori of The Episcopal Church of the United States of America on a 2010 visit to Aotearoa New Zealand
The Women’s Studies Centre was set up to serve and to advance the interests and needs of the women of this Church particularly those undertaking Theological training. Ensuring that women’s voices and stories are heard now and in the future is also one of our continued aims whether it be by traditional methods of publication or using more contemporary technologies like website publication. We remain optimistic that through continued support the needs of women throughout this Province will be valued and recognized.
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Below are recent Newsletters, a link to the IAWN, and a list of the Council Membership
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