Polynesia

Diocese of Polynesia - 2018 Projects

The impact of the assistance provided by the Anglican Missions in the community is immeasurable. The Diocese of Polynesia is actively engaged in improving the welfare of its community through a number of initiatives. Sustainability is a key focus of the church’s programme, both for itself and those it is working with. The Diocese encompasses 4 Pacific countries: Fiji, Samoa, American Samoa, Tonga as well as 4 parishes in Aotearoa, New Zealand.  Your support for any of the following Projects will go a long way to enable the church to achieve it’s goals.

Anglican Missions is supporting 3 specific projects in 2018 –

  • House of Sarah – Sarah Carers referrals NZ$20,000
  • Water for All – providing water tanks for 6 communities in the Vanua Levu and Taveuni Episcopal Unit NZ$33,000
  • Mission Support (for clergy), with a focus on evangelism and discipleship NZ$57,000

 

Partnership Projects

New, On-Going and Completed Projects

 

 

  • Support in 2018

    The Diocese of Polynesia has been active in providing welfare services to the Church and wider community for many years. The House of Sarah began as a project of the Association of Anglican Women (AAW). It was officially opened by the late Archbishop Jabez Bryce in December 2009 and has developed since then into an organisation that not only provides local support through counselling and workshops but extends its work to an educational focus throughout the Pacific. more»
    House of Sarah
  • $33,000 in 2018

    The provision of safe and continuous water supplies for some poorer communities in Fiji is becoming a pressing need. As a result of increasing population, poor land-use planning and the impact of climate change, traditional water supplies in some areas no longer meet needs. more»
    Water For All
  • Continuing Support in 2018

    The Anglican Church in Polynesia has 26 parishes spread over 4 countries – Fiji, Samoa, American Samoa and Tonga as well as 4 parishes in New Zealand. In Fiji each parish has a number of worship centres many of which have congregations in excess of 100 people. Most priests are self-supporting or “worker” priests who work between more»
    Mission Support
  • Not currently supported or completed projects

    These are projects that have been completed in the Diocese of Polynesia. Most are completed or no longer require support but you can find out more about them. more»
    Previous Projects