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  • 7 March 2022

    More than half of Ukraine’s children have now been displaced – one month after the war began.  This includes more than 1.8 million children who have crossed over into neighbouring countries as refugees, and 2.5 million who are now internally displaced within Ukraine itself. The invasion has led to devastating consequences on civilian more»
    Ukraine Crisis Appeal
  • 10 February 2022

    Appeal offers small respite for our Tongan whānau but still a long way to go. Thanks to generous donations made to Anglican Missions’ Tonga Emergency appeal, our Tongan whānau can find some small respite in the relief packages currently on route to the disaster-ravaged nation.

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    Tongan Appeal Update
  • 10 February 2022

    Many of you will have read about the recent attack on three Anglican priests as they drove home from a service at All Saints Church, Peshawar. Anglican Missions is sharing details of a short-term, targeted appeal to provide financial support to the families of those affected. Read more below including prayer requests. Photo - Pakistan landscape.

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    Support for priest injured in terrorist attack
  • Bible Society NZ

    27 January 2022

    With an inspiring introduction from Archbishop Don Tamihere, Te Pihopa o Aotearoa, the Bible Society NZ has launched their new Māori/English bilingual Bible. Let the Word of God THRIVE Tukuna kia puāwai te Kupu a te Atua.

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    New Māori/English bilingual Bible
  • 27 January 2022

    Anglican Missions is responding with other New Zealand church mission agencies in a coordinated way. See below letter encouraging churches to pray and donate to help the recovery in Tonga. 

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    Working together to support Tonga
  • 25 January 2022

    Thank you to all who have already donated so promptly to our emergency appeal for Tonga. Tonga's needs in the first instance are for water as a top priority, as well as food, and tools to clear ash and to renew gardens and crops. Photo: BBC News

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    Update on Tonga
  • 18 January 2022

    The underwater volcano eruption on 15th January has led to significant ash falls across Tonga and triggered tsunami waves. Following discussions with the Diocese of Polynesia the Anglican Missions Board has launched an Appeal for specific support.

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    Tonga Emergency Appeal
  • 20 December 2021

    Our 2022 Wall Planner and Partners in Prayer diary are now available and have been sent out to parishes and individuals as requested. Do contact the office if you would like either or both of these.

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    Anglican Missions resources for 2022
  • 30 November 2021

    29 November 2021

    Tomorrow Anglican Missions is representing our Provincial Church in the Communion Day of Prayer organised by the USPG (Partners in Global Mission) based in London. The event is being contributed to by many churches around the world. See here for the programme and zoom links, which are also below:

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    Communion Day of Prayer
  • $141,000+

    8 November 2021

    The Get one. Give one. campaign has today reached just over an amazing $141,000 (includes $18,000 given direct to Ang Missions)!!  This means that at least 14,100 people can get a vaccine who would otherwise not be able to receive one. We are well on the way to our goal of $150,000!

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