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  • 2013 Mission to Fiji

    22 August 2013

    The 2013 Golden Oldies mission team are off experiencing Fiji. After an eventful beginning to the mission, so far they have been visiting locals and providing plumbing and joinery skills to finish a toilet block and pass on their skills to the locals. You can read their daily updates on their blog. link»
    The Golden Oldies - on a mission again!
  • NZCMS Families-Youth Mission to Fiji

    15 August 2013

    So this mission has come to an end, has it been fruitful? Each person will have to decide that for themselves, but lets look at some of the 'fruit': A dream to build toilets for 55-years in a remote village, is about to become a reality. With support from the Golden Oldies and this Families Mission, they hope to be completed within the next month... more»
    Encounter Fiji
  • Churches attacked in Egypt

    15 August 2013

    As I write these words, our St. Saviour's Anglican Church in Suez is under heavy attack from those who support former President Mursi. They are throwing stones and Molotov cocktails at the church and have destroyed the car of Rev. Ehab Ayoub, the priest-in-charge of St. Saviour's Church. I am also aware that there are attacks on other Orthodox churches in Menyia and Suhag in Upper Egypt (see photo), as well as a Catholic church in Suez. Some police stations are also under attack in different parts of Egypt. Please pray and ask others to pray for this inflammable situation in Egypt. more»
    Egypt: Urgent Prayer Needed
  • Give refugees help and hope

    14 August 2013

    More than 6.8 million Syrians have been affected by fighting that began on 15 March 2011 and has spread through much of the country. Constant attacks, cluster munition, ballistic missiles and the possibility of chemical weapons make life dangerous. People are unable to grow food and live in fear for their lives. Many have fled. The UN reports that there are more than 1.5 million refugees in neighbouring countries, 75% of whom are women and children. They have no money and need help. more»
    APPEAL: CWS Appeal for Syria
  • Explore the Holy Land with Rev Mike Hawke

    12 August 2013

    Fulfil your dream and join Rev Mike Hawke next year in Israel as you follow the footsteps of Jesus for a special pilgrimage. We stay in the Old City of Jerusalem which enables us to get up early and explore the place in the quiet. We head north to Galilee and enjoy the tranquil waters, and then to Cana where Jesus turned water into wine. We walk up the Mount of Beatitudes where Jesus preached his sermon and lots more. more»
     2014 AMB Pilgrimage to Israel
  • Next Mission Festival on the 17th August 2013 in Taupo!

    1 August 2013

    Join the Waiapu Anglican World Mission Council and Anglican Missions for the Waiapu Missions Festival in August! Everyone is welcome to join in the singing, stories, and discussion to come away inspired for world mission! more»
    Waiapu Missions Festival
  • 26th October 2013 in Waimea

    31 July 2013

    Join the Nelson Diocesan Overseas Mission Council and Anglican Missions for the Nelson Missions Festival in October! Everyone is welcome to join in the singing, stories, and discussion to come away inspired for world mission!  Brightwater Community, Anglican Church Hall, 68 Waimea West Road 11am till 4pm 26th October 2013 Speakers more»
    Nelson Missions Festival
  • 28th September in Tawa, Wellington

    31 July 2013

    The Diocesan Overseas Mission Group is organising a Global Mission in Action Day on behalf of the Anglican Missions Board. This is an opportunity for Mission Motivators and other interested Parishioners to gather and be inspired regarding the Overseas Mission challenge for the whole church. During the Festival, all Parish more»
    Wellington Missions Festival
  • St Augustine's, Christchurch visited the John Morrison Memorial Home in India

    25 July 2013

    Part one of this story featured on our website in July 2012. The story introduced the John Morrison Memorial Home (a children's orphanage) located in West Bengal, India and its link with the parish of St Augustine's, Cashmere, Christchurch. Here then, twelve months later, is part two. more»
    Cashmere to West Bengal (Part 2)
  • Mission Update - Issue 16 - July 2013

    24 July 2013

    In this update we have the latest Mission Action (with news from AAW, NZCMS, and the latest Mission Festivals), and a new Mission Tip. It also includes updates about the Lenten Appeal, Kerina Evangelists' College in Papua New Guinea, news from Jerusalem and Egypt, and more! link»
    Mission Action, 4 ways to get inspired, and news from our partners!
  • Auckland - Meet the Dean - 7th August 2013

    24 July 2013

    Clergy and laity are invited to meet the Dean of St George's College, Jerusalem at 7:30pm on Wednesday 7th March in the Selwyn Library in Parnell, Auckland. This is an opportunity to meet with Dean Graham who has been Dean of St Georges since October 2011. Come hear what the college is doing, as well as explore opportunities to study at St more»
    Meet the Very Rev Dr Graham Smith
  • Waikato & Taranaki Missions Festival

    23 July 2013

    An enthusiastic group gathered at St Luke’s Te Kuiti for the Waikato/Taranaki Mission Festival. The theme of the day was “Make Time for Missions” and HOPE (Helping Overseas Partners to be Effective).The purpose of the event was to support and inspire Parish Mission Motivators to learn more about the workings of Anglican Missions more»
    Make Time for Missions
  • New Archbishop and General Secretary

    17 July 2013

    Anglican Missions warmly congratulates the new Archbishop elect of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea (ACPNG), the Rt Rev Clyde Igara, and the new General Secretary of the ACPNG, Mr Samson Chicki. Read more about these appointments in the press release from ACPNG here. link»
    New Beginnings for Papua New Guinea
  • PDF - June 2013

    17 July 2013

    "June has been a very busy and truly productive month! God's grace has been abundant! It is always with genuine anticipation that I attend the graduation ceremonies of our Anglican schools as I am encouraged by the extraordinary dedication of the teaching staff and the brilliance of the students. Our work to sustain the Diocese's important ministry of education is made all the more worthwhile when seeing young people, many of whom are Muslim youth, graduating from our schools ready to fulfill their dreams and make a positive contribution to their community and the wider world..." link»
    News from the Diocese of Jerusalem
  • Auckland - Meet the Dean - 5th August 2013

    16 July 2013

    On Monday 5th August come along to St Chad's Meadowbank for the opportunity to meet with the Dean of St George's College, the Reverand Graham Smith. 7.30pm at St Chad's Meadowbank, Auckland. For further details please contact office@angmissions.org.nz more»
    St George's College Jerusalem Alumni Meeting
  • Congratulations Egypt - a message from Bishop Mouneer

    4 July 2013

    "At last, Egypt is now free from the oppressive rule of the Muslim Brotherhood! The Armed Forces took the side of the millions of Egyptians who demonstrated in the streets since the 30th of June against President Mursi and the Muslim Brotherhood. The Armed Forces responded to the invitation of the people to intervene and force the President to step down at the request of the people of Egypt." more»
    Mabruk ya Misr
  • Statement from Bishop Mouneer Anis, Anglican Diocese of Egypt

    1 July 2013

    "The situation in Egypt is very serious. I do not know where this situation will take us. I feel that Egypt is at the verge of violent demonstrations, another revolution, or civil war. We do not know what is going to happen, but we know that we are at the edge of something drastic." more»
    Egypt is on the edge of...?
  • Event - 22 June at St Lukes,Te Kuiti (10am-3.30pm)

    11 June 2013

    The purpose of gathering at Te Kuiti on 22 June is to give each other support and encouragement in our Mission giving programmes, hear the experiences of others and explore ideas which may help in setting goals for the parishes. So “Make Time for Missions” with the theme of HOPE (Helping Overseas Partners to be Effective) is a more»
    Make Time for Missions
  • News from the Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa

    5 June 2013

    Dear Brothers and Sisters, Greetings in the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ! Today as we start our Synod (20-23 May 2013) for the Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa, with the theme of "The Church and a Changing Context," I would like to request your prayers for me, for Bishop Bill Musk and Bishop Grant LeMarquand, as well as all of the clergy and laity participating in this very important synod at this very important time. As we will be hearing reports during the Synod about what God has done in the last two years and what we hope God will do in the future, I would like to share two ministries with you... more»
    EpiscoCare and Harpur Memorial Hospital
  • The Christchurch Missions Festival - A Great Success!

    4 June 2013

    We had a lot of excitement last year when we started to plan our mission festival. It was great to focus on celebrating our Diocese’s involvement with overseas mission and think of sharing this inspirational involvement with our Mission Motivators.Over the months until the actual day of the festival we had times of doubt which really cooled more»
    Looking Up, Looking Beyond
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