Anglican Missions represents the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia. It is a Catalyst for mission where funds are raised and allocated according to the 5 Marks of Mission; a Coordinator where we facilitate a joined-up and collaborative approach to mission action; and we are a Champion for mission through telling good stories.


  • Launched

    14 June 2021

    This is an Anglican Church wide campaign (and soon to be NZ wide). When every Anglican gets their health-system funded vaccine, they are invited to donate to support vaccine equality in countries that would otherwise miss out. Being thankful, we are aware that many people are not so fortunate. more»
    'Get one. Give one.' Campaign
  • 1 June 2021

    After 12 years in the role, Pauline Mackay has announced her retirement at the end of June. Changes in government funding and a long
    cycle of earthquakes in Christchurch that closed the physical office on a number of occasions were major challenges she faced during her time in the role. We wish her well in all her endeavours ahead. more»
    Retirement of National Director of CWS
  • our project for the Anglican Church of Melanesia

    24 May 2021

    Your Lenten Appeal donations are ensuring water systems are put in place in three religious communities of the Anglican Church of Melanesia (ACoM). We have received an initial report with their thanks about the installation. Photo shows Casper Supa from ACoM handing over water tanks to section elder brother of the Melanesian Brotherhood at Komukama. more»
    Water security in the Solomon Islands
  • We can’t prevent disasters, but we can increase our resilience to them

    24 May 2021

    Anglican Alliance is running a course around the worldwide communion to build capacity for disaster response and cultivate resilience which will equip our churches. The course is about half way through, running for about a year online, and they have released a video to share and encourage at Pentecost time. more»
    Anglican Alliance Resilience Course