Our vision is to see the grace of God overflowing to a world in need. Anglican Aid builds relationships between churches here and around the world to strengthen churches and transform communities.
These resources will inform and inspire your church as they care for brothers and sisters across the globe with Anglican Aid.
Support for Afghan Christians
Anglican Aid is meeting the needs of Afghan Christian families who are fleeing persecution by the Taliban in Afghanistan by supporting refugee places in Brazil and providing a thousand robust, secure audio Bibles.
For more information: Aid for Afghan refugees
Resources for your church: Church Appeal Resources – Afghanistan
Worldwide COVID-19 Response
Anglican Aid is supporting churches and Christian organisations that are at the forefront of providing services for the sick and vulnerable in developing countries. As the pandemic stretches on, their capacity to respond and meet the needs of the people around them are likewise stretched.
For more information: Worldwide COVID-19 Appeal
Resources for your church: Church Appeal Resources – Worldwide COVID appeal
Bible College Student Sponsorships
You can choose to sponsor a student as an individual, family, Bible study group, or Church.
By sponsoring a student you will enable a future pastor to be fully prepared to defend the truth of the gospel and faithfully share the good news with their nation.
For more information: Bible College Student Sponsorships
Resources for your church: Church Resources – Bible College Student Sponsorships
Latest Video – Glorifying God in India during COVID
Over the last few months, Christians have given generously to help people suffering with COVID in India (through the Archbishop of Sydney’s Anglican Aid).
Here is a short video showing Robert Kumar of Herbertpur Christian Hospital thanking churches for their support and talking about the impact in the region.
(hosted on Google Drive)
Sermon – To glorify God:
Three Global directions for the local church
Anglican Aid CEO Tim Swan speaks from Romans 15 about how we, as the local church, can relate to the global church. The three directions that the passage identifies are:
Give to the global advance of the gospel
Give to relieve the poor (especially the Christian poor)
Give yourselves to prayer
This 20 min sermon includes two inspiring 3 minute videos from Kenya and Madagascar showing how God is at work through Anglican Aid
This video is free to use in churches or small groups while current restrictions make deputations difficult.
If you would like a live online sermon, or an interview with Tim or other Anglican Aid staff, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
(hosted on Google Drive)
Latest Prayer Points
- Thank God for his provision, through his people, of medical equipment for Herbertpur Christian Hospital
- Pray for the Delta outbreak in Myanmar. The Church of the Province of Myanmar is setting up emergency clinics – pray that God will use Christians to meet their need, such as oxygen cylinders and medication.
- Archbishop Stephen Than (Church of the Province of Myanmar) asks for prayer for over 100 priests and pastors who have died from COVID. Ask that God will comfort his people and raise up godly leaders.
Anglican Aid prayer
Whose will it is that all people will be saved, and come to a knowledge of the truth, and whose will it is that we care for the poor, needy, widows, orphans and refugees.
We pray for the work of the Archbishop of Sydney’s Anglican Aid.
We pray for your grace to fulfil every good work that you have prepared for us in advance to do as we anticipate the triumphant return of our King and Saviour, in whose name we pray.
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