Professor Robert Gribben, Chair of WMC Ecumenical Relationships Committee, recently spent a week in Auckland, New Zealand, teaching a group of students and other interested participants in an intensive unit called Beyond Divisions: Ecumenism in the 21st Century. As part of this, he gave a major address on the recently published international Anglican‐Methodist dialogue report , Into All the World: Being and Becoming Apostolic Churches. He also met with leaders of the two churches in New Zealand further discussing the report, and noting its relevance to the Covenant which exists between the two churches. Other Methodist leaders who contributed to the course were the Revs. Tony Franklin‐Ross (recently returned from the ecumenical course at Bossey, Switzerland), Dr Terry Wall, former President Barry Jones, and the week was coordinated by the Rev. Prince Devanandan, Director of Mission and Ecumenical for the Methodist Church of New Zealand. Cardinal John Dew, Catholic Archbishop of Wellington, gave a paper on Catholic Ecumenism.