As Refugee Sunday draws near on Sunday 4 July Christian World Service is inviting the Aotearoa New Zealand churches to support refugees overseas and in their own town.
• Aid agencies say New Zealand needs to welcome more refugees
Anglican Missions has launched a ‘Get One. Give One.’ campaign to help fund Covid-19 vaccines for vulnerable people in countries who would otherwise miss out.
Christian World Service is seeking a new national director to lead it into the future as a dynamic international aid and development agency.
Anglican Missions has launched an appeal in support of the Diocese of Jerusalem's Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza.
• Anglican hospital in Gaza draws on global support for healing
Christians of many denominations and traditions across the southern hemisphere are praying for Christian unity this week, as part of the annual global tradition known as the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
‘Thy Kingdom Come’ – an annual wave of prayer for people to come to Christ that was founded by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, is gearing up for its sixth year in May 2021.
Christian World Service has opened an urgent appeal to help their partners in India to protect poor and marginalised communities from the impact of the country's widespread coronavirus outbreak.
The ecumenical World Day of Prayer (WDP) coming up this Friday 5 March gives Anglicans in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia a prime opportunity to build ecumenical links and join their Vanuatuan neighbours in prayer.