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  • From Archbishop Winston Halapua

    5 September 2014

    “Military Commander Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga has called on the nation to pray for the safe release of 44 Fijian soldiers held captive by a militant rebel group in the Golan Heights” The Fiji Times, Saturday 20 August more»
    Urgent Call for Prayer
  • 2012 Project within the Diocese of Polynesia

    18 June 2012

    The Housing Authority have applied for the land at Tacirua East for the ten households from the Namara community, however construction works at the Tacirua Subdivision have been delayed due to adverse weather conditions in recent months. Photo left: Jone Kaimai standing at the new site for the ten households in the Tacirua Subdivision. link»
    Namara Landless People Update
  • CWS has launched a Flood Appeal for the people of Fiji

    22 February 2012

    Christian World Service has launched an appeal to provide immediate assistance for those who live in Fiji’s informal settlements affected by severe flooding. The Fiji government has declared parts of the Western District an emergency.Long term partner, ECREA (Ecumenical Centre for Research, Education and Advocacy) has assessed the needs of more»
    CWS Fiji Flood Appeal - 2012
  • Anglican Taonga Article

    18 January 2012

    The staff of AMB and the Diocese of Polynesia are shocked at the sudden loss of such a valued friend and colleague. Andrew, who was an engineer, had been leading short-term mission-aid projects in Fiji for several years with the encouragement of his vicar, Archdeacon Julie Rokotakala, of the Tawa Anglican Church. He had been accompanied on this trip by his wife Charmaine, who was leading handcraft workshops with Fijian women's groups. link»
    Andrew Duxfield dies on a Fiji Missions trip.
  • July 2011 - By Rev Sarah Moss

    9 November 2011

    Shipping a playground to Fiji and then taking a group of yr 12 and 13 students over to construct it was an ambitious and somewhat daunting task but due to the support of the Diocesan School for Girls community as well as the local community in Fiji, this project gained a momentum of its own, complete with a number of 'wow' moments where things simply fell into place. This article was first printed in The Anglican Magazine from the Auckland Diocese. more»
    Diocesan School for Girls takes Ut Serviamus to Fiji
  • Updates from Glen as he visits Fiji - Like Anglican Missions of Facebook to follow his trip!

    9 December 2010

    It's past 11pm Day one – I'm at Raffles Gateway Hotel Nadi, Fiji and it's warm – 25 degrees warm! and walking around is like walking through one of those Hot houses you find at a Botanical Gardens. But I'm jumping ahead and quite likely being a bit rude as well, given I haven't even introduced myself! I'm Glen, The Projects officer for Anglican Missions. I'm in Fiji to find out what I can about the many things the Anglican Church is doing here. Things which our church in New Zealand is actually quite involved in through the funds we send over every year. But how much do we really know? And how many of us in our church have any idea about what God is doing in His church here??? link»
    Finding Mission in Fiji
  • 2009 Emergency Appeal - What your donations did.

    17 February 2010

    From the Diocese of Polynesia: "The political climate and the severe floods that struck Fiji at the beginning of year 2009 caused many hardships to many of our communities.We are thankful to the prayers and the monetary assistance from the NZ Anglican Missions Board  and the UK Mother’s Union that enabled the affected more»
    Fiji Floods Appeal Update
  • Jan-2009 - Flooding in Fiji

    16 January 2009

    The people of Fiji are beginning to count the cost of the severe floods which have laid waste to large swathes of both of the country's main islands. Eleven people have died; at least 8000 people are still huddled in emergency shelters; roads and bridges have been washed away more»
    Fiji's Anglicans count the cost