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.
Welcoming the Stranger: World Refugee Week
This year during World Refugee Week, the Anglican Alliance joined other Christian bodies to make a common statement on respecting the dignity and rights of refugees.
They also ran a series of articles, linked below, about how Anglican and Episcopal Churches around the Communion are responding to the unprecedented numbers of refugees by welcoming the strangers in their midst. more»
Photo: Mathew Lakai and Fololeni Pau'u, two St Andrew's teachers.
Report from Simon & Rachel Tipping:
It's eight years since Simon and Rachel Tipping first visited St Andrew's High School, Nuku'alofa in Tonga, and in those eight years many volunteers from New Zealand and elsewhere have helped raise standards at St Andrew's. Its students and staff are still being supported in many different ways by the Hornsby Trust, which the Tippings founded to support their work at the school. more»
CEO, Robert Kereopa was recently the guest of the Archbishop for Melbourne, The Most Rev. Dr Philip Freire together with The Revd. Bob Mitchell, CEO of Anglican Overseas Aid (AOA). Robert and Bob were meeting to strengthen the existing partnership between Anglican Missions and AOA. Prior to becoming the CEO of AOA, The Revd. Bob Mitchell was a senior executive at World Vision Australia. He is the author of "Faith-Based Development: How Christian Organisations Can Make a Difference" (New York, Orbis Books, 2017). more»
The Anglican Alliance, based in London, have recently placed a story on their website lifting up the situation of those affected by Cyclone Donna and the work being done to assist recovery. It is more»