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  • 22 July 2019

    In March this year, Cyclone Idai caused the tragic death of approximately 750 people in Mozambique. Four months later, with the destruction of buildings (including 111,000 houses), infrastructure and crops, hundreds of thousands of people were displaced - directly affecting 239,000 households, including the complete destruction of over 111,000 more»
    Mozambique Appeal Continues
  • given same title and status as the Metropolitan Archbishops

    19 July 2019

    Archbishop Mark has become an Archbishop in the church of Canada. Their General Synod adopted the motion for a self-determining Indigenous church, included Archbishop Mark having the same title and status as the Metropolitan Archbishops. A very historic and significant moment in the history of the church, and especially for the Indigenous church of Canada as well as for the Indigenous Network worldwide. more»
    National Indigenous Archbishop Mark Macdonald of Canada
  • 12 July 2019

    Earlier this year the House of Sarah held a workshop specifically for young people to educate on human rights, gender based violence and above all what the Bible says on these issues. Read about this workshop and some feedback from participants in the House of Sarah newsletter covering the first quarter of 2019. Vinaka Vakalevu more»
    House of Sarah now working with young people
  • 11 July 2019

    Two steps forward, one step back more»
  • Anglican Youth Movement

    3 July 2019

    The AYM team has launched an AYM Youth Church – a weekly, inter-parish youth service at the Wellington Cathedral with a supporting parish small group study available to local youth leaders. Started 6pm Sunday the 7th of July, Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
    Runs weekly until the 18th of August. more»
    AYM Youth Church, Wellington 7 July to 18 August 2019
  • 3 July 2019

    Robyn Appleby writes about a class trip she led with Tanzanian students who were able to learn about their ancestors' history. more»
    Read about a trip through Tanzania's slave trade
  • Through CWS

    1 July 2019

    Christian World Service recently released material for churches as they marked Refugee Sunday on 7 July, the day set aside in the Anglican calendar. CWS says "Providing hospitality to displaced people - welcoming the stranger, or people forced to flee persecution and violence are recurrent stories throughout the Scriptures. Read more about CWS' ongoing support programmes more»
    Support for Refugees