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  • 17 May 2016

    Father Michael Lapsley,  Director of The Institute for Healing of Memories, South Africa recently spoke at the United Nations panel on “Atrocity Crimes, Transitional Justice and Healing of Memories” organised by the World Council of Churches together with South Africa's Permanent Mission to the UN: –  more»
    Father Michael Lapsley: Institute for Healing of Memories
  • after Cyclone Winston

    13 May 2016

    Help a Family to Rebuild their Home! Anglican Missions is asking for support towards a post cyclone disaster relief plan, in partnership with the Diocese of Polynesia, to rebuild the village of Maniava in which most buildings were destroyed by TC Winston in February. Thirty-three homes need to be rebuilt at an estimated cost of $7,000 each. more»
    Rebuilding Maniava
  • a CWS initiative

    12 May 2016

    We would like to encourage you to support a new Christian World Service initiative. Operation Refugee gives you a chance to  give some help to refugees.   The challenge is to live on the same rations as a Syrian refugee during Refugee Week, 16-20 June, and raise as much money as you can.  You are supplied with the rations more»
    Operation Refugee
  • is now available

    9 May 2016

     Our Annual Report for the year 1 January to 31 December 2015 has now been printed.  Copies are at the General Synod this week (6-13 May) and will be available at Diocesan Synods during the year.  “It is pleasing to report that funds related to the provision of Mission Grants, Allocations and Emergencies ($1,435,560) more»
    AMB's Annual Report for 2015