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  • 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
  • NZ Church Missionary Society and Melanesian Mission, 1895-1919

    27 May 2009

    Is the Anglican church protestant or catholic? Or both? Is it open to change or controlled by tradition? An episode from last century illustrates these familiar tensions.The Melanesian Mission was founded by our pioneer bishop George Augustus Selwyn. Its first bishop was John Coleridge Patteson, killed in Melanesia in 1871. By 1895 most of its more»
    Selwyn Symposium by Father Michael Blain
  • The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin in Jordan

    30 March 2009

    Diocese of Jerusalem, the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle EastOn February 12th in the heart of Jordan’s third largest city, Irbid, the Right Rev’d  Dr. Suheil Dawani, Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem and Bishop of the Diocese of Jerusalem, laid the cornerstone for the Church of St. Mary-the-Virgin.  Being more»
    New Cornerstone Laid
  • The New CMS General Secretary

    30 March 2009

    Who is Steve Maina?I grew up in Kenya, and have lived and worked in Nairobi for the last 18 years. I received a call to serve the Lord at the age of 14 years, when I was in high school. My father was an Anglican minister for over 50 years and now, at 76, he is retired. I am a 4th generation minister in the Anglican Church. My great grandfather more»
    Meet Steve Maina
  • Jan-2009 - Flooding in Fiji

    16 January 2009

    The people of Fiji are beginning to count the cost of the severe floods which have laid waste to large swathes of both of the country's main islands. Eleven people have died; at least 8000 people are still huddled in emergency shelters; roads and bridges have been washed away more»
    Fiji's Anglicans count the cost
  • Pray for Peace in Gaza and support the Al Ahli Arab (Anglican) Hospital

    14 January 2009

    The Bishop of Jerusalem, Suheil S. Dawani, advises that many medical items are needed, especially bandages and supplies for burns and trauma. The hospital's windows have all been blown out or shattered from rocket and missile concussion and cold permeates the entire premises. more»
    Al Ahli Arab (Anglican) Hospital in Gaza
  • "A Home away from Home"

    16 December 2008

     3 Tikanga Parishes Together in MissionCleve Pointon, a typical Kiwi bloke, is not your traditional missionary. But Cleve was a key member of the Missions team who went to Samoa recently, among other things to help renovate the old vicarage at All Saints, Apia, Samoa. You see, Cleve is a builder by trade, exactly the skills needed to replace more»
    Samoa Mission Trip 2008
  • Canon Robert Kereopa

    14 May 2008

    At the April Board meeting of AMB, the Rev. Robert Kereopa was made a Canon in recognition of his services to the mission of our Church. In a simple service presided over by the Most Rev. Brown Turei, Robert's family and friends from Taupo joined with the Board in affirming Robert and his ministry to the three Tikanga of our Church. more»
    Robert's services to the three Tikanga of our Church recognised
  • Returning to Msalato Theological College

    18 February 2008

    After very lively thought provoking visits to churches, groups and Hui Amorangi around New Zealand over the last five months, Iri & Kate are preparing to return to Msalato Theological College in Tanzania.Pictured here with Robert Kereopa, Paul Mwihambi and Jennifer Mgendi from Tanzania (who also accompanied them on more»
    Iri & Kate Mato say Haere Ra...
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