Synod minutes have been released, and the Diocesan Canons and Standing Orders have been updated.  See below for the relevant documents:

Remembering those no longer with us
Early in the proceedings of this Synod, Bishop Eleanor read the names of some of those who had departed since
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Synod dinner raises funds for Trade School Kitchen
On Saturday night, Synod members attended a Martin Bosley-created dinner at Chilton St James School and were invited to contribute
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From consumers to contributors: exploring our role in the trafficking chain
A Synod hotspot presentation by Rev Chris Frazer, Deacon for Social Justice “I am a man, am I not your
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Celebrating 40 years of women’s ordination to the priesthood
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the ordination of woman priests in this province, and in our diocese.  At
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Board of Trustees update and challenge
Rev Jon Hartley gave a video presentation on the work of the Board of Trustees in the last year.  He
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Voice of refugees heard at Synod
Archdeacon Stephen King and the Diocesan Refugee Resettlement Co-ordinator, Patricia Cooper, presented to Synod an update on our work with
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Towards less waste: hotspot presentation and waste reduction motion
The good work of many to reduce our waste was celebrated at Synod, as a motion was proposed that not
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Protesting Petroleum: one family’s experience
The Hickman family attended the Petroleum Conference in Wellington earlier this year – well, they didn’t exactly attend.  They went
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Synod News in Brief
Diocesan Priorities for 2019 Synod adopted the following motion relating to our priorities for next year: THAT this Synod adopts
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Synod debates motion on sexual identity and pastoral care
Synod considered Motion 19, entitled the Sexual Identity and Pastoral Care Motion.  This motion was proposed by Neill Ballantyne, a
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Taking it to streets in prayer
By: Duncan Brown, Diocesan Communications Advisor Saturday afternoon at Synod saw members split up for three optional activities.  One group
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