The Association of Anglican Women (AAW) held their Provincial Golden Jubilee Service at the Wellington Cathedral earlier today (29th August 2019). This grand service to celebrate 50 years since the formation of AAW in 1969 included a procession with banners representing AAW regional groups from across the country. more»
"Same Vision. New Progamme. Be a Part of a Better World"
29 August 2019
Better World (NZCMS) has now opened applications for 2020! Do you know any young people passionate about climate change? About refugees and immigration? Have you heard a school leaver asking questions about how the Gospel can influence social justice? If so, Better World may be exactly what God is calling them to! more»
We have just launched our Spring Appeal for this year focusing our support on two NZCMS Mission Partner families - Andy & Shona Miller and family in Costa Rica; and Neill & Rebekah Dunbar and family in Cambodia. Information has been sent out to supporters by email and to parishes by post. Thank you in advance for your generous support. more»
St Andrews Church, Inglewood Parish invited Anglican Missions Operations & Projects Officer, Michael Hartfield to speak at their morning service on Sunday 18 August. Photo: Rev Robyn Freeman is in the back row, far right; Michael in the middle of the back row. Mission Motivator, Jean Quinn is 3rd from the right, front row. more»
The first seven weeks of AYM (Anglican Youth Movement) Church have seen more than 100 people of all ages "storming" the Cathedral to worship and study the "I am" statements of Jesus.
Diocesan Youth Co-ordinator Luke Paynter reports increased youth participation in their local parishes and a strongly positive more»
Project providing employment is also good for the environment
22 August 2019
Back in May this year we reported on a special grant given to the RSNF to encourage and empower orphans and vulnerable children (OVC's) and young women living with HIV with valuable skills to assist with employment opportunities and healthy living. more»
Dr Alan Roxburgh, leader of The Missional Network, writes about our evolving connections to our surroundings (which differ markedly between real-estate owners, refugees etc), and the considerations for those wanting to impact others through mission.
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Since about 1962, St George's College has been a centre for education, hospitality, pilgrimage and reconciliation, catering to lay persons as well as clergy from the worldwide Anglican Communion and the ecumenical church. It has been offering pilgrims from all over the world a unique experience of the biblical lands ever since. more»
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