Stories from the Field

  • Biblical Reflections - World Water Day 2017

    An international day to celebrate freshwater was recommended at the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) and on 22 March 1993 was designated the first World Water Day. Anglican Aid advocates that spiritual water is as important as the water we advocate for those who live without regular supplies of clean, potable water.

    A series of five Bible studies commencing today has been developed and which are available today by clicking the links below 

    Let There Be Water

    Water In The Wilderness

    Water and the Prophets

    Water and Jesus

    Water and the New Creation

  • Archbishops Appeal to Help Vulnerable Communities in East Africa

    The appeal is co-signed by the current and former Archbishops of Sydney, the Most Rev Dr Glenn Davies, the Rt Rev Dr Peter Jensen, the Rt Rev R.H.(Harry)  Goodhew, and the Rt Rev Donald Robinson. Read the letter from the Archbishops.

    Famine which has the potential to affect up to 20 million people over the next six months is threatening lives in many countries in East Africa, from Somalia and Kenya to Uganda and South Sudan. 

    The causes of the famine include drought, conflict and a lack of humanitarian access to communities in need. Read more or Give now

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