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  • PDF - 2012 Annual Report

    22 May 2013

    "Despite remarkable achievements in the past two decades, both in economic development and in basic mother-child health indicators, 30% of the people of Bangladesh are still poor and 18% extremely poor with extreme difficulty accessing health care services and other basic needs." link»
    Kailakuri Health Care Project
  • PDF - 2012 Annual Report

    22 May 2013

    “It is most encouraging to read of how the work of the Institute for Healing of Memories continues to expand across the world." - Kirsty Sword Gusmão link»
    The Institute for Healing of Memories
  • Clergy in the Diocese of Port Moresby have been discussing the rise of violence

    13 May 2013

    Anglican clergy in the Diocese of Port Moresby have been discussing the rise of violence in PNG society and the harm it is causing to individuals, families and communities. The starting point for our reflection was Genesis 1.27: “So God created human beings, making them like himself. He created them male and female”. The fundamental point is the equal value to God of male and female. This means that the basic call to everyone is to respect the God-given life of each other. No respect is shown in rape and murder, by violence towards women, by cruel treatment of children or by victimization of vulnerable people. The call to respect each other means that we must all say “no to violence” in all its forms. more»
    Anglicans say No to Violence
  • Meeting Blenheim Tuesday 14th May

    13 May 2013

    2014 will be the bicentenary of the Gospel in New Zealand. To celebrate the 'Jesus - All About Hope' initiative plans to share the reasons for our hope in Christ with every home in NZ through multiple media in the weeks leading up to Easter 2014 (during Lent). A Roadshow is traveling throughout our nation to give believers an opportunity to hear about this first hand. Please consider getting along to Nativity Church, 76 Alfred Street, Blenheim on Tuesday 14 May at 7.30pm to hear about it. For more details see www.hopeproject.co.nz link»
    Gospel Bicentenary - an Opportunity
  • Pray for Syria on the 11th of May

    10 May 2013

    The 11th of May will be a praying day for Syria in all the Syrian territories. All of the churches in Syria will unite in prayer in many places all around the war-torn nation. This is a unique unity of Christians in the country. The Syrian Christians ask their brothers and sisters all around the world to pray with them on that day. All more»
  • PDF - Diocesan Newsletter March 2013

    17 April 2013

    In this edition: A word from Bishop Mouneer, a word from Bishop Grant, the Imam-Priest Exchange, St. Saviour's and St. John's, Building Churches in Ethiopia, the Alpha Marriage Conference, Bishop Mouneer's visit to the UK, Visitors & Prayer Requests, the new Archbishop of Canterbury, Events of the Diocese, and Medical Outreach. link»
    News from Egypt
  • PDF - News from Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa - October & November 2012

    17 April 2013

    "The situation in Cairo is very sad for us as a Christian community. On Friday 6 April 2013, sectarian clashes erupted once again, this time in El Khosus, in the outskirts of Cairo. The story, according to the director of the police, started by a 12-year old Muslim boy drawing graffiti on the wall of an Islamic school..." link»
    Cairo Update from Bishop Mouneer
  • PDF - Kailakuri Health Care Project Newsletter - April 2013

    17 April 2013

    "Working at Kailakuri and building relationships with many who are truly poor, my impression is that those ready to be a drain on society are very few compared to those wanting to work and study hard to better their lives but are blocked through various circumstances." link»
    Health care for the poor is never self-sustainable if the poor are truly poor.
  • Thanks for the Guitars and Guitar Strings!

    5 April 2013

    What a fantastic response you have provided in offering guitars and guitar strings. I have enough to take not only this time, but also next time when ministering in the Pacific on behalf of Anglican Missions.It was while I was in Papua New Guinea watching various music teams practice for Sunday services that I realised just how important guitars more»
    Guitars for the Pacific
  • 60+ short term mission trip to Fiji in August

    4 April 2013

    After the success of the 2012 Golden Oldies Mission, it's back on for 2013 to Fiji.Aged 60-years+? Why not come on this 9-day mission experience and visit a variety of mission and church projects. These include an orphanage, re-housing projects for squatter communities, clean water projects, Women’s groups, visiting new more»
    Golden Oldies Mission 2013
  • Lenten Appeal and the Green Green Grass

    28 March 2013

    $11,920 has been donated to our Lenten Appeal so far, most of this has been from our brilliant individual supporters and a few eager parishes. This is a great start to the appeal, thanks to those of you who have donated already. We leave you with a short story from Mike, our Church Support Officer, which ties in nicely with the days ahead. link»
    An Easter Message from Anglican Missions
  • Prayer Points and Information

    20 March 2013

    Pray for Bishop Azad Marshall as he travels to and from the country and works with his priests; for wisdom and guidance for him. Also pray for good relations between the Church of Iran and her neighbours. link»
    Lenten Appeal 2013 - Week 6
  • Request for guitars and/or guitar strings

    18 March 2013

    Music and singing is at the very heart of Christians, especially those in the Pacific. And so when I go to Samoa next month I will take a guitar and lots of spare strings. I like to leave both strings and guitar with a local church. Does anyone if they have a guitar hiding in the cupboard or under the bed unused? If so, would you kindly donate it to Anglican Missions so I can take it over there? Do you have lots of guitar strings which you have accumulated over the years? I would love to take them as well. These gifts are so so appreciated by the local church musicians. I thank you in anticipation! - Mike (PS I need them by April 2nd) more»
    No Strings Attached
  • Prayer Points and Information

    13 March 2013

    We pray for the Diocese of Aipo Rongo and the future staff of the Transit House as they share the gift of hospitality with the people of Mt Hagen. May God bless them as they seek to be a blessing to others. link»
    Lenten Appeal 2013 - Week 5
  • Prayer Points and Information

    7 March 2013

    Pray for students around the world, and in particular the ones at the Episcopal Technological & Vocational Training Center. Give thanks for schools that are endorsing technology education, that these students are educated in current technology used in the workplace, and these current skills can assist in finding employment. link»
    Lenten Appeal 2013 - Week 4
  • Prayer Points and Information

    27 February 2013

    Pray for the Episcopal Technological & Vocational Training Center; that they may achieve their goals to build technology skills while teaching intercultural understanding, confidence and a “can-do” spirit and giving their youth a hope for the future. link»
    Lenten Appeal 2013 - Week 3
  • Prayer Points and Information

    20 February 2013

    Pray for the clergy of Polynesia and that students in their congregations are given guidance, wisdom, and spiritual enrichment. Pray for the preparation of ordinands as the Anglican Church in Iran seeks to be a faithful Christian presence. link»
    Lenten Appeal 2013 - Week 2
  • Prayer Points and Information

    13 February 2013

    Pray for the Transit House to be completed and provide a safe housing option for those travelling through Mount Hagen. Give thanks for the Diocese of Aipo Rongo and Bishop Nathan, and St Michael's Parish for looking for sustainable options for supporting their Diocese. link»
    Lenten Appeal 2013 - Week 1
  • Christian World Service Emergency Appeal - December 2012

    18 December 2012

    Following the devastation caused by the cyclone in the Pacific, we know that many in the parishes will want to give to help the relief effort. AMB is commending the CWS Appeal for this purpose. Donations can be sent to CWS via their website, by credit card or by post.Update: CWS Sends $20,000 for immediate relief. Donations are still more»
    CWS Pacific Cyclone Appeal
  • From Anglican Missions

    7 December 2012

    As the end of year approaches quickly, we’d like to thank everyone who has supported overseas mission this year through Anglican Missions. We are humbled to be able to advise that as we approach the end of year it appears that overall Tikanga Giving will be close to that achieved in 2011. We will be able to meet the commitments we made to more»
    Our Thanks and a Few Important Dates
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