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  • 25 March 2019

    In accordance with ACOM’s Constitutional Canons, the current Archbishop of Melanesia George Takeli will be stepping down from office today. On 25th March 2019, Archbishop Takeli reached the compulsory retirement age of 60. more»
    Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Melanesia retires
  • 16 March 2019

    On behalf of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, and Churches within the worldwide Anglican Communion, Anglican Missions has launched a Relief appeal to demonstrate the aroha of the Anglican Church and its members towards the victims and families affected by the mosque shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday 15th March 2019. more»
    Relief Appeal in support of Mosque Victims
  • 5 March 2019

    This year Anglican Missions is celebrating 100 years of missions fundraising and support. At the very beginning of the establishment of the Anglican Missions Board the tradition of supporting the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East was established; and this year is no exception. We have great pleasure in introducing you to the two projects we are supporting in the Diocese of Jerusalem as well as our usual third project, which this year is supporting the Water for All project in Fiji. more»
    Lenten Appeal 2019
  • Fiji's churches have been challenged to make a stand against violence

    11 February 2019

    The 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»
    House of Sarah initiative

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