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  • Information about donations

    11 June 2010

    Recently there have been a number of enquiries asking whether donations made to the Anglican Missions Board (AMB) or to other overseas missions organisations qualify for a tax credit. Currently AMB does not have Donee status so therefore any donations made by individuals to AMB directly do not qualify for a tax credit. To find out more read on. more»
    Donee Tax Status of the Anglican Missions Board
  • March 2010 - Getting Plugged into Mission

    20 March 2010

    Includes:
    -A Tractor for Dogura
    -Getting Plugged into Mission
    -Update on the Pacific Tsunami
    -The 3 Rs of Disaster by Rob Radtke, President of Episcopal Relief & Development
    -Mission Partner Stories from NZCMS
    -2010 Short Term Mission Teams
    -AAW Overseas and Outreach Update link»
    Mission Action Out Now!
  • Sunday March 14th 2010 An event for all ages

    17 March 2010

    From Bishop's News March 2010 - Bishop of Wellington Dr Thomas Brown Bishop Tom joined the Kapiti Archdeaconry in the Wellington Diocese for a very enjoyable day to celebrate ‘Overseas Mission’. There were around 87 people attending, with the age range from 4-76+.  During the day Teams competed in eight different more»
    The Diocesan Missions Group presents The Amazing Missions Race 2010
  • CWS Emergency Appeal

    3 March 2010

    The earthquake in Chile has left over 500,000 homes destroyed and over 800 people dead. Christian World Service will be working with their partners ACT to assist victims of both the earthquake and tsunami. more»
    Earthquake in Chile
  • 2009 Emergency Appeal - What your donations did.

    17 February 2010

    From the Diocese of Polynesia: "The political climate and the severe floods that struck Fiji at the beginning of year 2009 caused many hardships to many of our communities.We are thankful to the prayers and the monetary assistance from the NZ Anglican Missions Board  and the UK Mother’s Union that enabled the affected more»
    Fiji Floods Appeal Update
  • Resources were dispatched late last week.

    15 February 2010

    Resources for the 2010 Jerusalem and the Middle East Lenten/Good Friday Appeal were sent out last week and your parish should have received them if they were ordered. If you need more or want to order them for the first time please fill out our resources order form and quickly state this in the comments field. more»
    2010 Jerusalem and the Middle East Lenten/Good Friday Appeal
  • January 2010 - Update from Iri and Kate

    3 February 2010

    Dear friends in Christ,Greetings to you all in the name of our amazing Lord who has brought us back safely to this special place of Msalato. It's a place that needs your prayers as we who work here do as we return from holidaying in the UK to face new challenges.We were sooooooo cold in the UK but had a lovely time with our daughter and the more»
    Msalato Matters
  • Tsunami Appeal Total Reaches $100,000.00

    3 February 2010

    Anglican Missions on behalf of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia undertook an appeal through Parishes and this website. By December 2009 the appeal reached a record amount for Anglican Missions - just over $100,000.00 has been raised. As this was an unprecedented response Anglican Missions has been working with established agencies with many years of experience in emergencies. link»
    Update on the Pacific Tsunami
  • Emergency Appeal Update

    21 January 2010

    Dear friends, We hope you will continue to keep the people of Haiti in your prayers. The following is an update of recent information about the situation in Haiti. It may help you keep your parishioners informed and let them know that CWS partners are already providing much needed help. There will be further updates on the more»
    CWS Update on Haiti
  • Emergency Appeal

    14 January 2010

    Our partners Christian World Service (CWS) have launched an emergency appeal to assist the people of Haiti after the devastating earthquake. Donations for the appeal can be sent direct to CWS or to the Anglican Missions Board, and we will forward to CWS. more»
    Haiti Appeal Launched by Christian World Service
  • Like us!

    12 January 2010

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    Anglican Missions on Facebook
  • Donate your used stamps

    5 January 2010

    Anglican Missions sales of used stamps in 2009 raised a total of $7,076.97, making it a record year for our sales of stamps. Stamps were sold to dealers and through TradeMe throughout the year. Stamps can still be donated to Anglican Missions. Read on for details on donating stamps... more»
    Stamps raise over $7000 in 2009
  • Check your mailbox!

    17 December 2009

    If your parish had ordered resources for 2010 they should be with you in the next few days. more»
    Mission Resources for 2010 Out Now
  • December 2009 - Christmas: The Season of Mission

    9 December 2009

    Includes:
    - Samoa Tsunami Update
    - Lost in Translation
    - Shaping the Church for Mission
    - Strategic Plan 2010-2014
    - Changing Face of Mission cont.
    - AAW Overseas and Outreach Update link»
    Mission Action Out Now!
  • This story was initially published in The Dominion Post on November 7, 2009.

    9 December 2009

    Today's missionaries are a long way from the black-clad English clergymen pictured in 19th century paintings preaching to dark-skinned natives. The Anglicans' Church Missionary Society now sends mission 'partners' to regions all over the world - they are usually invited by local dioceses and their desire to work in the third world can be as much about helping the poor as it is about converting the locals. more»
    Mission Control by Cheryl Norrie
  • Annual Report and Support/Bequests

    25 June 2009

    We are proud to be able to present to you our report for 2008. It could be downloaded from our website here. Should you wish to receive a hard copy please notify us and include your postal address. Although not a large organisation the reach of our work continues to expand across the planet. In one sense it is a sad commentary on the more»
    The Institute for Healing of Memories
  • Response to Michael Blain's article published in AMB- E Newsletter - May 09

    25 June 2009

    As one who has just arrived in New Zealand I have of course little background in the early history of the original New Zealand Church Missionary Association formed in 1892 and the subsequent name change to the New Zealand Church Missionary Society in 1916. How the relationship between Anglican Missions Board and New Zealand Church Missionary more»
    Steve Maina, National Director of NZCMS,  responds to Michael Blain
  • Anglican Church of Melanesia

    25 June 2009

    The Rt Rev David Vungai was enthroned as the Archbishop of Melanesia on Pentecost Sunday in what could only be described as a joyful and colourful three hour service in Honiara at St Barnabas’ Cathedral attended by over 4000 people. Following the service, there was much feasting and celebrating as gifts were presented by the various diocese more»
    Archbishop's Enthronement
  • Peace with Justice in the Holy Land

    25 June 2009

    St. George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem: May 20th, 2009. The Right Rev’d Suheil S. Dawani, Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem participated in a Conference on May 14 and 15th held at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. It was entitled - Towards a New Christian Consensus: Peace with Justice in the Holy Land”. The Conference was more»
    Towards a New Christian Consensus
  • May 2009

    27 May 2009

    Dear friends in Christ,This has not been the best month for us and we've been leaning on the Lord a little more than usual. We have also been very conscious of your prayer that sustains us ' in sickness and in health'. Iri has has a bout of malaria which followed a stomach virus. The malaria did not go away and required a second dose of medication more»
    Msalato Matters
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