Anglican Missions was delighted to recently host the launch of a collection of personal letters written by the second Bishop of Wellington, New Zealand, now available to the public online.
Bishop Octavius Hadfield resided in the bishop’s house adjacent to Old St Paul’s in Mulgrave Street, from where the Anglican Missions offiice more»
In February 2018 Anglican Missions launched an appeal for earthquake victims of Papau New Guinea’s highlands, raising over $17,000. A report on the first phase of Anglicare PNG’s expenditure in providing safe drinking water has been released. Read it here.
Launch of EMERGENCY APPEAL: PAPUA NEW GUINEA more»
Anglican Missions is delighted with updates from Parishes on how they have been raising funds for our work. Scroll down to have a look below and be inspired!
Parish of Geraldine
< The Parish of Geraldine has started to collect coins in empty cream bottles to raise funds for water tanks in Fiji. Two of the churches in the more»
Following a drought in Tanzania, the Diocese of Kondoa is asking for prayers, noting, “without the prayers of the saints we cannot survive in this place”.Their mission work is bearing fruit, with many people coming to Christ, and more help is needed:
We pray for the people of Kondoa who are in famine, to be fed.
We pray more»
In the latest newsletter from Children’s Bible Ministries New Zealand, Director Mike Buckley shares a few startling statistics, gathered from a survey of 400 children’s ministry leaders as well as existing literature on child conversion. Apparently, during childhood is by far the most likelytime when people come to Christ; adult more»
Congratualtions to St Margaret’s Church, Taihape, for their winning entry in our 2019 missions noticeboard competition!
Entrants were to create an engaging church noticeboard for their congregations to learn about what’s happening currently in overseas mission. We encouraged youth to also get involved.
St Margaret’s came first more»
Anglican Missions’ Board and office recently joined with bishops from around Aotearoa, NZ and Polynesia and supporters to officially celebrate our 100 years of mission, A huge thank you to everyone, old and new, who has supported the work of Anglican Missions over the last 100 years. In that time we have raised millions of dollars for more»
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