29th May, 20
“I'm particularly excited to introduce to you the Reverend Tim Swan….and I thought it would be good for you to meet him,” begins Archbishop Glenn Davies. “Tim I first knew as a missionary in Chile; he spent ten years there with CMS. He understands what it's like to see the developing world and how the needs for resources are so important.” See the full video.Continue reading
18th May, 20
Heading North has seen dramatic changes in local culture, practices and relationships since first partnering with Anglican Aid in 2015.
A ministry of the Kale Haywet Church in Ethiopia, Heading North facilitates community-led development and social change in Ethiopia through various training initiatives and the provision of water and education infrastructure. And they are saving lives as a result.Continue reading
7th May, 20
New CEO joins Anglican Aid team
In marriage and in employment, the wise have said, 'Start as you mean to go on'.
Well, a couple of hours into his first day as Anglican Aid’s CEO, the Rev. Tim Swan opened the Bible with the staff team at our weekly meeting, continuing the pattern set by former CEO, the Rev. David Mansfield. Anglican Aid is blessed to have had well-trained Bible-based leaders, just as we pray our projects in Australia and overseas will always have.
This photo shows Tim with some of the Anglican Aid team, during Kelvin Adiema's visit in March 2020.Continue reading
2nd May, 20
Anglican Aid is taking part in #GivingTuesdayNow (www.givingtuesday.org.au), an international campaign which aims to increase community engagement and support of charities and not-for-profits.Continue reading
21st April, 20
With your support Anglican Aid is continuing to care for our partners
Anglican Aid is busy connecting with partners in many places as they deal with COVID-19 amid the great challenges of poverty and disadvantage.
Your continued prayer and financial support enables us to stand with brothers and sisters in vulnerable communities in Australia and around the world.
Go to anglicanaid.org.au/covid-19-relief-appeal to donate now.Continue reading
27th March, 20
Now, more than ever, we continue in our mission to let grace flow to vulnerable communities around the world.
Your generosity has already allowed us to provide in-country partners with basic public health information such as measures to prevent spreading infections, so they can assist their communities. In areas like Ethiopia, Jordan, and Kenya, Anglican Aid supporters have contributed to wells and rainwater tanks, allowing these communities to wash their hands as recommended.Continue reading
17th March, 20
He's been here just over two weeks and already hundreds of people are on Kelvin's side, committed to supporting Waterworks for a Thirsty World 2020 and praying about the way that people access and use water can lead to eternal changes in their heart.
While visiting one of Sydney’s largest Anglican schools for boys, Kelvin impressed the audience with reference to his talent on the soccer field. As striker, he was popular with everyone at his high school. His decision for Christ was met with less enthusiasm and he lost friends and girlfriends as a result. He has no regrets.Continue reading