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  • Island Time Travel Log

    11 June 2014

    Peter and Kahu are spending 192 days in the Solomon Islands. "Most of our time so far has been spent adjusting to the heat, however we have been able to record some brief and very general daily reflections." link»
    Peter and Kahu Bargh in the Solomons
  • General Synod prioritises Mission - Anglican Taonga

    14 May 2014

    General Synod yesterday resolved to set up a Commission to make mission “the central theme of the church for the decade (from) Advent 2015 to Advent 2025.” In the mind of Robert Kereopa, Executive Officer of the Anglican Missions Board, a Decade of Mission will allow the church to reconnect with its legacy. link»
  • Update Report from the Anglican Church of Melanesia

    24 April 2014

    This is a short report compiled by the Aid & Program Office on behalf of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACOM) Provincial Disaster Committee update on Emergency Relief Action and possible Recovery Plan for the 2014 Flash Flood Disaster which affected parts of Honiara city (areas closer to Matanikau River Bank) and Guadalcanal... more»
    Disaster Relief Supply Distribution
  • Chairman of the Disaster Committee for the Anglican Church of Melanesia

    10 April 2014

    According to the reports this morning: 23 people dead, 18 in Honiara/ Guadalcanal, 3 in Malaita and 1 in Isabel. The number will rise as the search continues. 30 plus people are still missing and around 12,000 to 20,000 people left homeless. People are living at make shift tents, school halls, and class rooms. This is the biggest disaster recorded so far in the country. more»
    Solomon Islands Update from Father George Elo
  • Anglican Missions Launches Appeal for the Solomon Islands

    8 April 2014

    The Anglican Missions Board is launching an emergency appeal in aid of the people of the Solomon Islands subsequent to the recent devastating floods. Anglican Missions is currently in discussion with the Anglican Church of Melanesia, the Anglican Alliance (for Development, Relief and Advocacy) and Christian World Service to assess the most appropriate response, accepting that support is urgently needed for emergency relief and rebuilding... more»
    Solomon Islands Appeal
  • 2014 Lenten Appeal

    12 March 2014

    This week we pray for the counsellors Jaimala and Deaconess Lesila at the House of Sarah. May God bless them as they seek to be a blessing to others. We also pray for the the people who find comfort at the House of Sarah. link»
    Pray for the House of Sarah
  • Mission Update - March 2014

    5 March 2014

    In this update we have our latest editions of Partners in Prayer and Mission Action, and information on how you can get involved in our latest Lenten Appeal. We also would like to introduce our new staff member and we have a new mission tip. link»
    Latest news from Anglican Missions
  • Archbishop Philip calls for Prayer

    12 February 2014

    At the time of the meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council in Auckland in late 2012 we were privileged to host Archbishop Deng of South Sudan at Taranaki Cathedral for a weekend. His visit deeply touched many people and his hopefulness and strong commitment to the building of a new nation left a lasting impression.This link brings to our more»
    Pray for the Church of South Sudan
  • Tonga: Support Womenpower

    16 January 2014

    Christian World Service has launched an appeal to support the women of Ha’apai and Vava’u organising clean-up operations in Tonga.They are part of Ama Takiloa a network of women’s groups throughout Tonga who have been deeply involved in disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation.“Responding after disaster is what more»
    APPEAL: CWS Tonga Cyclone
  • By Father Michael Lapsley SSM

    16 December 2013

    Imagine for a moment what would have happened if Nelson Mandela had walked out of prison and said "Its time to get them". We would have died in our millions. it is said that revenge is when you drink poison and hope that someone else will die. Instead he said: "Never, never and never again shall it be that this beautiful land will again experience the oppression of one by another." more»
  • Support Clergy in Gambella

    20 November 2013

    The clergy in Gambella, Ethiopia, are bringing the light of Christ to the people around them, yet the context in which they are serving is overwhelming due to poverty, natural disasters, and tribal conflict. Bishop Grant LeMarquand, the Area Bishop for the Horn of Africa, and I are requesting support for clergy in Gambella. more»
    APPEAL: Bishop Mouneer's Advent Appeal
  • Pitch in for the Philippines

    12 November 2013

    Super Typhoon Haiyan has torn through the Philippines leaving catastrophic damage. Reports show images of complete devastation through the Visayas, Bicol and northern Mindinao areas, including those struggling to recover from the earthquake in Bohol. Thousands have been killed and more than 12 million people affected. CWS is working through a number of ACT Alliance (Action by Churches Together) members to assess the situation. more»
    APPEAL: CWS Philippines Typhoon
  • Meet the Hookings and share stories of mission - 9th Nov - Auckland

    7 November 2013

    On Saturday 9th November the Diocesan Committee for Overseas Mission is hosting another day for parish Mission Motivators and others interested in God’s global mission for the world.Vicki and Alastair Hookings, recently returned from several years heading up Canon Andrea Mwaka School in Dodoma, Tanzania will be our key note more»
    Calling all People interested in Overseas Mission
  • PDF - September 2013

    3 October 2013

    "During this month, the drums of war seemed to beat louder than usual. The majority of people throughout the Middle East prayed that the impending military intervention into Syria would not come to past. Our prayers for peace were joined with men and women of goodwill from around the world and I am grateful to Almighty God that military intervention did not take place." from Bishop Suheil Dawani. Read more... link»
    News from the Diocese of Jerusalem
  • JOB: Sharing of Ministries Abroad New Zealand is looking for a new National Coordinator, could it be you?

    2 October 2013

    SOMA is a short term mission agency called by God to serve the Anglican Communion and the worldwide Church primarily By building up and equipping the Body of Jesus Christ; Through the renewing power of the Holy Spirit; Principally through short-term, cross-cultural missions; For the transformation of individuals, churches and more»
    SOMA NZ National Coordinator
  • PDF - August 2013

    26 September 2013

    Dear Friends, Greetings from the Holy City of Jerusalem! ... I am very grateful to the clergy of the Diocese for the important ministry they provide to our young people through the year, but also during the summer holidays. Many young people attended camps during the recent weeks and received important Christian formation in fun-filled ways. Helping Christian youth to continue to mature in their faith and to live out their baptism by taking their rightful place in church and in society is a truly precious gift to impart to them... link»
    News from the Diocese of Jerusalem
  • September 2013 Appeal for Anglican Missions

    25 September 2013

    The challenges our church has faced over the last year has resulted in a large shortfall in money received vs. money pledged to our partners overseas. Although the giving is down, the Anglican Missions Board made a promise to our partners, and so has made a commitment, in faith, to meet our pledged support to them in 2013. But unless we can raise an extra $60,000 by the end of the year, we will need to reduce our commitment to each of our partners by between 5 to 10 percent next year. That's a lot of mission that can't happen any more. Can you help us to continue overseas mission by donating today? link»
    Spring Appeal: Keep Mission Alive
  • Christian World Service launches appeal for Myanmar Flood Victims

    25 September 2013

    The first round of food distribution (CWS)CWS is asking New Zealanders to help rural people in Myanmar (Burma), needing food, water and agricultural support.After heavy monsoon rains and flash flooding hit Myanmar’s south eastern states people are struggling to recover.   Christian World Service is working closely with a partner more»
    APPEAL: CWS Appeal for the Myanmar Floods
  • From the Anglican Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa

    20 September 2013

    Dear brothers and sisters,Greetings in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ!The last few weeks have been traumatic for Egyptians. We witnessed bloodshed on our streets, vandalism and the deliberate destruction of churches and government buildings in lawless acts of revenge. One of our Anglican Churches was attacked, and other ministries received more»
    APPEAL: Special Appeal for Egypt
  • Adrienne Bruce reports on the recent Diocesan Mission Festival (Waiapu)

    26 August 2013

    Waiapu Missions Festival attendees in Taupo (2013).A stimulating day with several guest speakers was interspersed with rousing worship led by Peter Minson, the vicar of Taupo and Mike Hawke, in his role as church supporter on behalf of the Missions Board.Also present as part of the day were several from Waiapu who had previously served overseas as more»
    Mind the Gap
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