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
24th February, 20
Anglican Aid's Bushfire Relief Appeal has now closed as the bushfire emergency turns to the recovery phase. Thanks to you, over $700,000 was raised in 100 days - an average of $7,000 received per day.
As a result, we have made large contributions to Anglican diocesan authorities for distribution to people in need along the NSW and Victorian east coast, in the ACT and in the Snowy/Monaro region.Continue reading
17th February, 20
Now is the time to book Kelvin Adiema, Community Development Officer for the Anglican Church in Rorya,Tanzania, to visit your church, schools or small group throughout March as part of the Waterworks for a Thirsty World campaign. His visit will culminate in UN World Water Day on Sunday 22 March.
Kelvin will share his first-hand experience of development through water projects, presented by Christians within vulnerable, rural communities.
Click here to book Kelvin or to donate to Waterworks 2020.Continue reading
4th February, 20
Reaching out to bushfire-blackened communities
The Archbishop of Sydney’s Anglican Aid Bushfire Relief Appeal has now reached $670,000 thanks to your amazing generosity and fast response.
Financial assistance has already been dispatched to churches in northern NSW, the Southern Highlands and NSW South Coast, the Canberra/Goulburn Diocese and, through our association with ARDFA, into the Diocese of Gippsland and Wangaratta in eastern Victoria.Continue reading
3rd January, 20
Launching our new Prayer Diary for 2020
God is the source of all good things and prayer is a vital part of our work and ministry.
Participate in what God’s doing through Anglican Aid and our partners, by praying for our projects using our annual prayer diary.Continue reading
24th December, 19
Over $300K and climbing raised for Anglican Aid NSW Bushfire and Drought Appeals
Churches and supporters of The Archbishop of Sydney’s Anglican Aid have raised more than $300K in relief funding for communities affected by drought and bushfire, with more donations being received daily.
Parishes in Nambucca Valley, Wauchope, Wollondilly, and the Armidale Diocese have already begun to receive funding to reach out to their neighbours. With your donations, Anglican Aid has responded to immediate needs such as replacing food stores spoiled as a result of power cuts.Continue reading