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.
Anglican Missions’ Lenten Appeal 2021 backs projects in Jerusalem, Egypt and the Solomon Islands that will primarily support women, children and youth.
Anglican clergy in Aotearoa New Zealand have signed on to a global interfaith declaration that calls for equal human rights and positive recognition of people’s natural diversity of gender and sexuality.
• Global religious leaders call for ban on conversion therapy
• Senior religious leaders call for decriminalisation of LGBT people
The Anglican Church's Mission to Seafarers in Oceania is reporting that the Covid-19 pandemic has added an extra burden to the tough conditions endured by thousands of men and women who work at sea.
The Anglican Consultative Council has welcomed this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for the United Nations World Food Programme(WFP) and called for better UN partnerships with faith-based organisations to help deliver food security.
Anglican refugee advocates have welcomed the Government’s new funding for 150 places in its Community Organisation Refugee Sponsorship pilot scheme. But they say the scheme stops short of helping those most in need.
Christian World Service is inviting Anglicans to pray and fundraise for refugees this Refugee Sunday which falls on 5 July in the 2020 church calendar.
Christian World Service has launched Operation Refugee 2020 with a challenge for Christians here to raise funds for refugees during the global coronavirus pandemic.
Anglican Missions has announced three 2020 Lenten Appeal projects that will aim to support health and disability services in the Diocese of Jerusalem, and roof three new church buildings in Tanzania’s Diocese of Mara.