Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans New Zealand.
Promoting Faithfulness. Providing Fellowship.
CONFERENCE BASICS
Proclaiming Christ Faithfully to the Nations.
God's people are those called to be faithful to the gospel of the Lord Jesus and responsive to the times in which we live. As His church we respond to His gracious love and in the power of the Holy Spirit seek to declare it to the nations.
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (New Zealand) invites you to its 2018 Anglican Future Conference. Let's gather as brothers and sisters in Christ, confident He will grow His Gospel as we seek to honour Him in the our lives and in our church.

Bishop Julian Dobbs (CANA), Bishop Richard Condie (Tasmania), Rev Jay Behan (FCANZ Chairman), and other men and women across New Zealand will teach from God's Word and share their experiences. Join us as we pray together for the upcoming General Synod/Te Hinota Whanui, and come expecting to be encouraged, equipped, and excited by God's work amongst us.

The conference is a Saturday only commitment (9am - 4:30pm) with lunch provided. Registration is $39 +booking fee

We look forward to you joining with us.

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CHC CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
9:00am - 4:30pm
 7 April 2018
La Vida Centre, Upper Riccarton.
  1. 1
    Rt Rev. Richard Condie
    A warm welcome and Bible Study will be followed by Bishop of Tasmania, Rt Rev. Richard Condie, who will begin the day . Topic ONE: The Unchanging Gospel.
  2. 2
    Rt Rev. Julian Dobbs
    After an interview with Rt. Rev. Julian Dobbs, he will continue the day's second plenary. Topic TWO: The Changing Context.
  3. 3
    Parallel Sessions
    To be confirmed
  4. 4
    Rev. Jay Behan
    A closer look at the New Zealand context, and explanation of the impact of the Motion 29 report form the final session. Topic THREE: Final Address.
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AKL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

9:00am - 4:30pm
 14 April 2018
St Margaret's Anglican Church, Hillsborough.


  1. 0
    Rt Rev. Richard Condie
    A warm welcome and Bible Study will be followed by Bishop of Tasmania, Rt Rev. Richard Condie, who will begin the day . Topic ONE: The Unchanging Gospel.
  2. 1
    Rt Rev. Julian Dobbs
    After an interview with Rt. Rev. Julian Dobbs, he will continue the day's second plenary. Topic TWO: The Changing Context.
  3. 2
    Parallel Sessions
    To be confirmed
  4. 4
    Rev. Jay Behan
    A closer look at the New Zealand context, and explanation of the impact of the Motion 29 report form the final session. Topic THREE: Final Address
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Rt Rev Julian Dobbs
Bishop Julian Dobbs, his wife Brenda, and their three children are natives of New Zealand and have resided in Virginia USA since 2006. He was ordained in 1991 and went on to plant three congregations and served as the rector of the fastest growing congregation in New Zealand. Amongst his public outreach ministries in that country, he hosted a weekly 60-minute television program.

Elected and consecrated as a bishop in the Church of Nigeria in 2011, he currently assists CANA's episcopate with pastoral concerns and congregational development, and oversees CANA's operations at the McLean office.
 
Rt Rev Richard Condie
Bishop Richard Condie is the Anglican Bishop of Tasmania. He was consecrated as bishop in 2016. Previously vicar of St. Jude's, Carlton, and an Archdeacon in the Diocese of Melbourne he is the leader of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans in Australia.

Bishop Richard has also worked as a lecturer in New Testament at Ridley Theological College and as a research officer with the Queensland Police Service.
Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans
New Zealand. 

Promoting Faithfulness. Providing Fellowship.