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  • Lenten Appeal and the Green Green Grass

    28 March 2013

    $11,920 has been donated to our Lenten Appeal so far, most of this has been from our brilliant individual supporters and a few eager parishes. This is a great start to the appeal, thanks to those of you who have donated already. We leave you with a short story from Mike, our Church Support Officer, which ties in nicely with the days ahead. link»
    An Easter Message from Anglican Missions
  • Request for guitars and/or guitar strings

    18 March 2013

    Music and singing is at the very heart of Christians, especially those in the Pacific. And so when I go to Samoa next month I will take a guitar and lots of spare strings. I like to leave both strings and guitar with a local church. Does anyone if they have a guitar hiding in the cupboard or under the bed unused? If so, would you kindly donate it to Anglican Missions so I can take it over there? Do you have lots of guitar strings which you have accumulated over the years? I would love to take them as well. These gifts are so so appreciated by the local church musicians. I thank you in anticipation! - Mike (PS I need them by April 2nd) more»
    No Strings Attached
  • Anglican Missions welcomes Rev Mike Hawke

    28 June 2010

    The Anglican Mission Board is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev Michael Hawke as Church Support Officer. Michael will bring a wealth of experience to help AMB inspire and equip parishes and Anglican schools for Global Mission.Rev Hawke has been Vicar of St Christopher’s Church Avonhead since 1988, a guest lecturer at Laidlaw more»
    New Church Support Officer