The Anglican Missions Board enables the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, in a spirit of partnership, to share in the global dimension to Christ's mission of proclaiming the Gospel, nurturing believers, responding to human need, transforming society, and caring for creation.
16-20 June 2018Join Lifeline to Refugees - a five day challenge to live on the same food as in a refugee emergency food parcel - raise funds to support Syrian refugees more»
Hi from Talua Theological Training Institute in VanuatuDot Muir, OM-TP Missions representative from Dunedin and a team are on a short term mission trip to Vanuatu, staying there with NZCMS Mission Partner, Dawn Daunauda to undertake some building work..read their recent letter more»
Cyclone Gita response updateAs you know, Anglican Missions launched an emergency appeal in early February, following Cyclone Gita, which has been generously supported. In identifying how best these donations should be spent, the Anglican Church in Tonga, has requested building materials (which are in short supply) and tools to help repair damaged church facilities and residential dwellings in areas impacted by the Cyclone.
If you live in Auckland and have any tools (such as hammers, screw drivers, crow-bars) that you no longer need, please can you contact Father Lui Tuilotolava on 027 286 4064 and he will arrange for them to be picked up and added to the shipment of supplies. more»
15-25 September 2018GREAT NEWS!!! From the Golden Oldies Mission organisers: - "Just to let you know, with the success of Golden Oldies Missions over the past 6-years we have been able to secure some improved discounts on our costs. The benefits are that this year we can now discount the Mission fee down to a New Total Mission Fee of $2,499. That's a saving of $400!
We are continuing to prepare for the mission with time spent at hospitals, a school specialising in second-chance education, St Christopher's orphanage, a day trip to the remote coastal fishing village in Fijian long boats, visits to remote villages and squatter settlements, and meeting people from a variety of churches.
Places are still available. See Poster