Read the latest news and stories from Anglican Missions and our partners!


  • 27 July 2021

    This campaign is receiving an amazing response - THANK YOU to all who have donated so far. The total is rising daily and to date has reached nearly $35,000! Funds raised go to the COVAX alliance, which includes UNICEF, WHO (World Health Organisation) and GAVI (the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation). COVAX is the official global channel for the delivery of vaccines to vulnerable and poor countries. more»
    Get one. Give one. update
  • Partners in Prayer diary day 26

    26 July 2021

    In our Prayer diary on 26 July, we include prayers for Mozambique and in particular our friend Bishop Vicente from the Diocese of Niassa.Since our support back in 2019, after the cyclones and flooding, we stay in touch. He is grateful for our prayers and support and asks for more prayer. more»
    Praying for the Province of Southern Africa
  • 13 July 2021

    As vaccines begin to roll out around Aotearoa New Zealand we are grateful that these are freely available to all. Not all countries and people in the world have such easy access. Photo: United Nations. This campaign is encouraging people to donate the cost of getting a vaccine to provide the same for others. more»
    Support Get one. Give one.
  • 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. link»
    'Get one. Give one.' Campaign
  • 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
  • Appeal now closed

    20 May 2021

    Thank you for your generous response to the call for help from the Al-Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza. We have raised NZ$23,324. From the Diocese of Jerusalem "Thank you so much for this generous fund which will help us to respond efficiently to the massive needs of the vulnerable people in Gaza" more»
    Emergency Appeal - Al Ahli Arab Hospital, Gaza
  • 3 May 2021

    Christian World Service is appealing for funds to respond to the rapidly escalating Covid-19 crisis in India. They asking for urgent funding to deliver emergency food assistance and hygiene supplies as well as support community healthcare for the communities they work with. more»
    CWS Appeal for Indian families facing Second Wave of Covid
  • 13 April 2021

    Our Project Manager for the Diocese of Polynesia, Joji Cama has just returned from a monitoring and evaluation trip to Vanua Levu where he is managing our Emergency Response following TC Yasa and TC Ana. The local affected communities expressed huge gratitude for the food support that they have been receiving. more»
    Support continues in Fiji
  • Appeal now closed

    12 April 2021

    Funds raised from our Lenten Appeal go to: St Luke's Hospital, Nablus; the youth of the Diocese of Egypt; the Anglican Church of Melanesia - installation of water systems for religious communities and for the Christian Care Centre providing shelter for vulnerable women and children. Prayer for the projects is appreciated. more»
    Please continue to pray for our Lenten Appeal projects