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  • Annual Report and Support/Bequests

    25 June 2009

    We are proud to be able to present to you our report for 2008. It could be downloaded from our website here. Should you wish to receive a hard copy please notify us and include your postal address. Although not a large organisation the reach of our work continues to expand across the planet. In one sense it is a sad commentary on the more»
    The Institute for Healing of Memories
  • Response to Michael Blain's article published in AMB- E Newsletter - May 09

    25 June 2009

    As one who has just arrived in New Zealand I have of course little background in the early history of the original New Zealand Church Missionary Association formed in 1892 and the subsequent name change to the New Zealand Church Missionary Society in 1916. How the relationship between Anglican Missions Board and New Zealand Church Missionary more»
    Steve Maina, National Director of NZCMS,  responds to Michael Blain
  • Anglican Church of Melanesia

    25 June 2009

    The Rt Rev David Vungai was enthroned as the Archbishop of Melanesia on Pentecost Sunday in what could only be described as a joyful and colourful three hour service in Honiara at St Barnabas’ Cathedral attended by over 4000 people. Following the service, there was much feasting and celebrating as gifts were presented by the various diocese more»
    Archbishop's Enthronement
  • Peace with Justice in the Holy Land

    25 June 2009

    St. George’s Cathedral, Jerusalem: May 20th, 2009. The Right Rev’d Suheil S. Dawani, Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem participated in a Conference on May 14 and 15th held at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. It was entitled - Towards a New Christian Consensus: Peace with Justice in the Holy Land”. The Conference was more»
    Towards a New Christian Consensus