The Anglican Missions Board enables the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, in a spirit of partnership, to share in the global dimension to Christ's mission of proclaiming the Gospel, nurturing believers, responding to human need, transforming society, and caring for creation.
Fiji's churches have been challenged to make a stand against violenceThe Anglican Church's Vicar-General, Orisi Vuki spoke at a recent launch of the House of Sarah's initiative - Preventing violence against women in Fiji's faith settings. There was much talk of zero-tolerance to violence within homes, schools and communities throughout the country, Reverend Vuki said, and people really want to see what we do, not just what we say. He said it was time to bring the teachings from the Bible, which supported God's vision for human relationships, to the campaign against violence. Photo: Sarah Carers with Fiji Women's Crisis Centre workers (Thursdays in black to show opposition to violence against women) more»
St Paul's Cathedral, WellingtonThis is an opportunity to celebrate and commission the Better World participants for 2019. Share in this epic launch event of the crew who are starting a 10 month adventure through 3 countries looking at issues of social justice, mission and the gospel! This will be at St Paul's Cathedral, Wellington on the 6th February - Waitangi Day, 11am-1pm more»
We have just sent out our new Partners in Prayer diary for this year. This year as we celebrate 100 years of the life of Anglican Missions, we ask that you continue to pray as we share our mission stories and proclaim the good news of the kingdom. "Know that when you continue to join us every day in praying with our worldwide family, your prayers are heard, they are needed and they are greatly appreciated by many." - Canon Robert Kereopa, CEO more»
Celebrating 100 years in 2019!In October 2019 we were planning a Common Life Missions Conference, four years on from the CLMC held in 2015. Unfortunately due to a lack of funding, the Conference will not now be held in 2019. However, we are still going to celebrate our centenary in 2019!
We plan to focus on the First Mark of Mission “Proclaiming the good news of the Kingdom” and will encourage all churches to share mission stories both old and new. more»