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  • PDF - A Project by EdAid in Ngara, Tanzania

    5 December 2012

    "Jeff Lee, John and Mary Rowan travelled to Kagera in October to successfully sort out administrative problems at the School. While there we were fortunate to be present at the fourth form Prize Giving for the school leavers. To be there and see such excitement on the graduating young students faces and their proud parents! Education is the way forward to enable these young people to have a future in Tanzania." link»
    News of Mchungaji Mwema (Good Shepherd) Secondary School
  • Donations forwarded to the Ras Morbat Clinic and EpiscoCare Nursery

    3 December 2012

    The Lenten Appeal 2012 Jerusalem and the Middle East section has to date raised a total of $15403.68!This has provided $7701.84 of support to the Ras Morbat Clinic in Aden and $7701.84 to the EpicoCare Nurseries in Suez.“On behalf of the Anglicans in the Middle East I want to relay our gratitude for the generosity shown by the Anglicans in more»
    Gratitude from Jerusalem and the Middle East
  • PDF - News from Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa - October & November 2012

    29 November 2012

    "Egypt is like a patient recovering from a surgery. The body is still struggling to survive. We will have to wait and see what happens. Right now there is no clear vision or road map for the future. The Muslim Brotherhood spoke about a big project called “Revival” but no one knows this project, what are the implications, the goals, the aims, etc… It is very cloudy at the moment. But, however, we should say, that we have hope because we are in the hands of the Lord and He is in charge and He is in control." link»
    Shepherds in God's Flock
  • PDF - A Tribute to our Muslim Friends - December 2012

    27 November 2012

    The road outside our gate is just horrible. It was wrecked by trucks and then the authorities dug it up for sealing but the budget ran out and so it was just left. With the coming of the rains it became a whole series of muddy pools. Our enterprising staff dug it up a bit more to make a high path on one side so that pedestrians, cyclists and motorbikes can get past without going through the mud – provided they don't veer off the high path. link»
    Kailakuri Health Care Project Newsletter
  • November Update

    26 November 2012

    Hi everyone. We left NZ from Auckland after a great few days in Auckland catching up with family, friends and the opportunity of speaking at the Auckland Cathedral. But we were pretty tired when we finished so our three days in Singapore were spent sleeping, eating Chinese and Indian food, with just a spot of sightseeing. We really enjoyed... more»
    Murray and Féy - Return to Albania
  • PDF - A prayer request from Bishop Mouneer

    26 November 2012

    "Dear friends, I am so grateful for the messages and assurance of prayers which I have recently received. The situation is not easy, and no-one can predict what is going to happen. There is obviously agitation within Egypt after President Mursi produced a Constitutional Declaration on Thursday the 22nd of November..." link»
    Pray for Egypt
  • Emergency Appeal

    23 November 2012

    If anyone would like to contribute to the work of the Al Ahli hospital, to assist them in serving the people of Gaza at this time of conflict, Anglican Missions is able to transfer funds to the Diocese of Jerusalem for the hospital. more»
    Appeal for the Al Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza
  • Multimedia on paper, by New Zealand artist Trisha Jacobsen

    21 November 2012

    The work is designed from the artist's memories of a visit to the colourful, busy Lae Markets in PNG. She was able to go to PNG by accompanying her husband Peter, on the Forum New Zealand, which was a small container vessel that visited PNG and some Pacific Islands as an aid project to the region partly sponsored by the New Zealand Government in the 80's and 90's. The work is gifted to Anglican Life Rangiora, to assist the church with its work supporting mission overseas. Deadline sale closes 19th December. Expressions of interest to office@anglicanweb.org. There is a reserve of $500 on the original art work. more»
    Artwork Sale for Missions - “Memories of Lae Market”
  • October 2012

    8 November 2012

    "October has been busy month for the Diocese of Jerusalem. All our institutions continue to work hard. Our medical centers and hospitals focus on supporting the people in need; our schools are back in full swing educating our students and our doors are always open for the visitors who come to experience the Land of the Holy One." link»
    News from the Diocese of Jerusalem
  • Rachel and Simon Tipping share stories of the improvements made at St Andrew's High School, Tonga

    8 November 2012

    60 volunteers worked tirelessly from June to September to improve St Andrew's High School's resources and buildings. Volunteers came from Culverden, Christchurch, Wellington, Levin, Auckland, and Picton. They spent their days painting, cleaning, building, sanding, sorting, teaching and more. more»
    Progress and Improvements at St Andrew's High School
  • November Edition Bonus

    2 November 2012

    In the Holy Land edition of Mission Action (printed version) we have hidden 8 golden vouchers. If you find one contact us and quote the word on the voucher and we'll send you a new friend for your Christmas Tree!The camels are from Fayoum, a city 130kms north-west of Cairo. It is the oldest city in Egypt (founded in 4000BC) and used to be called more»
    Camels* hiding in Mission Action
  • September 2012

    9 October 2012

    New Programs Development Officer, Confirmations, Global Ministries, Workshop at Schneller School, St. John's Episcopal School in Haifa, Episcopal Women's Regional Conference, Bishop Suheil Visits the USA, and more link»
    News from the Diocese of Jerusalem
  • South Island Deputation

    8 October 2012

    The Matos are travelling around New Zealand on Deputation over the next few months. For more information about the Matos click here » Tuesday 9 October - Christchurch - Morning service at St Columba Hornby, followed by lunch. Friday 12 October - Chistchurch -  St Augustine’s Cashmere, NZCMS meeting Sunday 14 October more»
    Rev Iri and Kate Mato's Visit
  • Back to the Coalface - October 2012

    1 October 2012

    "A month ago I arrived back from New Zealand whose natural beauty is equal to Bangladesh's though different. And the bracing winter climate together with the friendliness, stimulation and generosity of the people gave me new energy, inspiration and ideas for our work over here. Everywhere I was given hospitality and empathetic hearing. Our work is essential and effective though small in the larger context. We just wish we could do more but we need another doctor who will not be easy to find either from within Bangladesh or overseas." Read more in this link»
    Kailakuri Health Care Project Newsletter
  • Creative signwriting – a peek at life through signs and billboards

    26 September 2012

    “After the rather “heavy” content of the previous blog post, it is time to lighten up a bit and share with you some amusing signs I have come across since coming to Cambodia. Most of them feature some rather “creative” English, shown here for your amusement, with no intention of being derogoratory. I probably frequently use equally “creative” Khmer and the locals are very patient and long-suffering with me! So, please fasten your seat belt, ensure your cellphone is turned off or in flight mode, your seat is upright and your tray table is stowed, – and prepare to take off – to Phnom Penh, Battambang and Siem Reap…. for a unique look at aspects of Khmer life portrayed through interesting signs I have seen while out and about in these places.” link»
    Anne and Anthony's Cambodian Connection
  • "Redeeming the Past" - Watch the Webcast

    26 September 2012

    The Webcast Launch of “Redeeming the Past: My Journey from Freedom Fighter to Healer” by Fr Michael Lapsley and Stephen Karakashian at the UN will be broadcast live on Friday, 28 September 2012 at 5.00am New Zealand Time. You can watch it here! more»
    Webcast Launch at the United Nations of Father Michael's Book
  • Diocescan Newsletter for July & August 2012

    19 September 2012

    "The Middle East … an agitated region!"
    News from the Diocese and a Letter to the Secretary General of the United Nations. link»
    News from Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa
  • Farewell Tour of New Zealand

    19 September 2012

    Gerald and Maureen Harley will be having a short farewell tour in NZ and will be speaking at the following churches.Gerald and Maureen Harley are originally from Otago, New Zealand. They have a long history with mission, having previously served overseas before God led them to Cambodia with NZCMS in 2003. Gerald is an experienced secondary more»
    Meet Gerald and Maureen Harley
  • Visiting Wellington, Havelock North, Napier, Auckland - Update from Fr Michael

    29 August 2012

    Anglican Missions was recently sent a thank you letter from Fr Michael Lapsley, after his recent visit to NZ: My dear Friends, may I add my word of thanks to each of you for the role that you played in the launch of Redeeming the past: my journey from freedom fighter to healer. In a way bringing the book to New Zealand feels like "reporting back" to the people of the land of my birth... more»
    Father Michael Lapsley's August Visit
  • Read the blog of their travels.

    23 August 2012

    Read the stories and see the photos from the Golden Oldies Mission Team as they explore Fiji and build relationships. link»
    Golden Oldies Mission - too old for mission? Yeah right!
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