Anglican Missions represents Tikanga Māori, Pacifica, and Pākehā, working with strong on the ground partners that allow us to support efficient, relevant and cost-effective projects, thanks to the generosity of churches and individuals. Your donations make a real impact to the lives of our brothers and sisters all over the globe.
He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata
What is the most important thing in the world? It is the people, it is the people, it is the people.
Anglican Missions is proud to announce that it has now joined the Council of International Development, also commonly referred to as CID. CID is the umbrella agency for New Zealand organisations working in development and connects Anglican Missions with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO’s) from all over New Zealand. more»
Thank you for your generous donations to our appeal $26,000+ reached!The hostel has reopening from the end of September for half of their students as the immediate area in front of St John’s School was dry enough for 9th and 10th grade classes to resume. The grounds, however, are still a lake. Please continue to pray for the hostel and region. Photo: St John's School before the rains. more»
In the Mirpurkhas region, and beyond, extreme monsoon rains and widespread flooding have caused havoc in the area. The grounds of the School and Colleges which the hostel students attend are flooded out, and so opening these will be delayed until the water can be drained. However our fundraising for the Hostel appeal is going well, thanks to your generosity. more»
Following the massive explosion at Beirut's port in August, the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, the Most Reverend Suheil Dawani called out to Anglicans around the world for help. Anglican Missions has made a contribution in response. Please pray for the recovery in Beirut. Photo:sourced from Wikipedia more»