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
24th November, 19
As Waterworks for a Thirsty World enters its third year, we are thankful that our projects have made a huge difference in the communities they are serving. Our projects are locally initiated and managed by our on the ground partners. The ongoing relationship with have with our partner organisations means that our water projects are not ad-hoc or stand alone.Continue reading
4th November, 19
Almost three years since the drought officially began, unrelenting conditions are putting communities under enormous stress. But your kind and generous donations to the Anglican Aid NSW Drought Appeal are bringing some relief as well as relationship with local Christians.Continue reading
28th September, 19
It is easy to feel overwhelmed by the needs around us. At times we feel like we are powerless to make a difference. The world's problems seem bigger than something one person can change, and we are not sure how our giving or effort can make a difference. But we can effect changes. Our fundraisers and donors had faith that their contribution would amount to something. And they were right. Here's how Waterworks for a Thirsty World is improving lives one community at a time…Continue reading
30th August, 19
How encouraging to hear from Honeyworld Zimbabwe's Tawanda Masango who has now travelled to Rusitu village in eastern Zimbabwe, the location of Honeyworld Zimbabwe and part of the region struck by Cyclone Idai in March 2019. Tawanda and colleagues have developed a plan for rebuilding homes and restoring work and income opportunities in the remote region.Continue reading