Read the latest news and stories from Anglican Missions and our partners!


  • Thank you for your generous donations to our appeal $26,000+ reached!

    28 September 2020

    The hostel has reopening from the end of September for half of their students as the immediate area in front of St John’s School was dry enough for 9th and 10th grade classes to resume. The grounds, however, are still a lake. Please continue to pray for the hostel and region. Photo: St John's School before the rains. more»
    Good news from Mirpurkhas
  • 15 September 2020

    In the Mirpurkhas region, and beyond, extreme monsoon rains and widespread flooding have caused havoc in the area. The grounds of the School and Colleges which the hostel students attend are flooded out, and so opening these will be delayed until the water can be drained. However our fundraising for the Hostel appeal is going well, thanks to your generosity. more»
    Mirpurkhas Hostel update- floods, mosquitos and delays
  • 15 September 2020

    Following the massive explosion at Beirut's port in August, the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, the Most Reverend Suheil Dawani called out to Anglicans around the world for help. Anglican Missions has made a contribution in response. Please pray for the recovery in Beirut. Photo:sourced from Wikipedia more»
    Helping Beirut
  • World Humanitarian Day 19 August

    18 August 2020

    Anglican Missions joins the Council for International Development in celebrating the United Nation’s World Humanitarian Day 2020. Each year World Humanitarian Day has a different theme, with this year’s being #RealLifeHeroes more»
    Celebrating United Nation’s World Humanitarian Day 2020
  • Mirpurkhas, Pakistan

    5 August 2020

    Partnering with the Diocese of Christchurch and NZCMS, funds raised from this appeal will enable marginalised students from remote rural areas to complete their education. Funds will provide nutrition, life skills and leadership development and educational expenses. more»
    Support for Boys Hostel
  • supporting the people of Vanuatu

    20 July 2020

    Earlier this year Tropical Cyclone Harold wreaked havoc in the Pacific, particularly in the Solomon Islands & Vanuatu. Following our Emergency Appeal, we have been working with Anglican Overseas Aid. Photo:CAN DO (The Church Agencies Network – Disaster Operations) community volunteers help to assemble kits and distribute to affected communities. more»
    Report on our Emergency Appeal following Cyclone Harold
  • 9 July 2020

    The Hogan family have responded to God's call on their lives and plan to spend 9-12 months serving with MMM in New Zealand this year before heading out to Fiji in 2021 as Project Coordinators with MMM, Fiji. Photo: The Hogan family were part of Waikanae Parish's trip to Savusavu back in 2017 more»
    A passion for practical Mission
  • 9 July 2020

    Thank you very much to all who have donated to our two emergency appeals - one to support Polynesia following Covid-19 and the other to assist the Anglican Church of Melanesia, particularly in Vanuatu following Cyclone Harold earlier this year.
    Photo shows packs of food, etc being delivered to St Luke's Parish in Fiji. more»
    Update on our emergency appeals
  • 9 July 2020

    Fundraising with cheese rolls in Southland provides $2000 to help Rwenzori Special Needs Foundation in Uganda continue their work supporting children with disabilities and their families. You can read about the work of RSNF here... more»
    Fundraising for Rwenzori
  • Operation Refugee

    25 June 2020

    Join CWS and support Operation Refugee - this year running until November 30th with new opportunities for parish activities. The photo shows Osama, a refugee from Syria who has found healing and purpose in teaching music to young refugees in Lebanon (Photo credit: DSPR Lebanon). more»
    Christian World Service (CWS) resources