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  • 28 November 2011

    I am sure you would want to join our brothers and sisters in Egypt to pray for the very tense situation there..This update is from three days ago. Today there are parliamentary elections.++ Mouneer has been encouraged by letters of support during these difficult days for Egypt. If you want to drop him a note, his email address is more»
    Statement from Egypt
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  • All Saints Taradale

    25 November 2011

    Supported by the Tikanga Pakeha Missions Council Grant »Letter to Missions Board & MSL Group at All Saints Taradale on 8/10/11 Dear All,On behalf of our team I would like to especially thank you all for your support both financially and pastorally towards our recent trip, with NZCMS to the Solomon Islands. We are most more»
    Solomon Islands Trip
  • July 2011 - By Rev Sarah Moss

    9 November 2011

    Shipping a playground to Fiji and then taking a group of yr 12 and 13 students over to construct it was an ambitious and somewhat daunting task but due to the support of the Diocesan School for Girls community as well as the local community in Fiji, this project gained a momentum of its own, complete with a number of 'wow' moments where things simply fell into place. This article was first printed in The Anglican Magazine from the Auckland Diocese. more»
    Diocesan School for Girls takes Ut Serviamus to Fiji
  • From Christchurch - September 2011 - By Capt. Louise Weller

    1 November 2011

    The invitation to run a course for Sunday School teachers at the Church of the Resurrection at Tagabe, on the island of Efate in Vanuatu came from Father Bill Tari. His request was to repeat a five day course that I had run in Luganville on Santo the year before. Sharlene Knight, a student in Church Army training and Children's worker working alongside me in Canterbury Kids Coach went with me. more»
    Church Army Trip to Vanuatu
  • From Northland, Wellington - July 2011

    1 November 2011

    One youth's dream to experience mission, coupled with a responsive youth group leader with people-resources grew into a youth group trip to Tonga. "When we wondered if we were, in fact, 'doing mission', we remembered the Archbishop of Polynesia's advise to 'just go, see, hear and be with the people'. At times, this put us outside our personal comfort zones. Fortunately we belong to a God who never leaves nor forsakes us, nor lets His little ones be put to shame. We hope the Tongans saw God in us, just as we saw Him shining through them. May the fruit of our journey continue to grow in both communities." more»
    Trip to Tonga by St Anne's Youth Group