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.
and especially for those affected by the bombings in Sri LankaFrom the Bishop of Christchurch (Anglican E-Life 24/4/19): “As the joy of Easter was tempered by the tragic events in Christchurch and Sri Lanka, may we each be resolved to live in peace, willing to forgive those who do the body of Christ harm, while always praying to our heavenly Father that the world might be delivered from evil.”
Cyclone Kenneth, the strongest cyclone ever to hit Mozambique, made landfall in the north of the country on Wednesday nightThe strongest cyclone ever to hit Mozambique (photo: Cyclone Kenneth bearing down on Mozambique Photograph- Nasa-EPA) made landfall in the north of the country yesterday roughly five weeks after Cyclone Idai devastated much of the central region. The category 4 Cyclone (Cyclone Kenneth) brought winds of 140kmh and extreme rainfall and has caused three fatalities and caused widespread damage to homes and infrastructure. Anglican Missions has sent NZ$5,000 already to the Diocese of Niassa to help purchase seeds to ensure a decent harvest later this year. Cyclone Kenneth has brought further misery to a country already struggling. more»
You may remember that Canon Robert Keropa visited the Rwenzori Special Needs Foundation (RSNF) in Uganda last year. Anglican Missions supports this Ugandan initiative to assist village children with more»
As we break for the Easter celebrations, the Archbishops Donald Tamihere (Te Pihopa o Aotearoa), Philip Richardson (Senior Bishop of the New Zealand Dioceses) and Archbishop Fereimi Cama (Archbishop more»