Unite | Anglican Missions Board

By: Anglican Missions  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Conference, Church, Charity


Our Church through the NZ Church Missionary Society and Anglican Missions supports over 40 Mission Partners around the worlds in fields such as health, education, evangelism & bible translation, and we’ve been doing that for many years.

In the last year we’ve seen unprecedented growth of people in our church exploring the call to Overseas Mission and there are 10 -15 who have gone or are close to deciding to go. 

These people are from our church and they need our support to make sure they can go and serve as God has called. We need to make sure that all those who are in the Mission Field now, are preparing to go, or who are responding to this calling can be properly supported financially as they work in the Mission Field. In short we need $300,000 of new support.

UNITE is an exciting Joint initiative between NZCMS and Anglican Missions to make sure that as God calls the Mission Partners that we as a church respond – UNITED Together! From Kaitaia to Bluff to East Cape to Cobden-Runanga.

The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012

Keywords: Charity, Church, Conference, Dinghy, Fundraise, Speaker, Stamp, Tractor

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