ANGLICANS have been urged to give generously to help Tonga recover after a volcanic eruption caused a tsunami to hit its islands.
THE entire Pacific region is at risk of COVID-19 outbreaks and new variants due to low vaccination rates, an Anglican organisation has warned.
By Chris Shearer 30 November 2021 IT REMAINS too early to tell if the Omicron COVID-19 variant will hit Anglican Overseas Aid’s project partners, but the organisation is monitoring the situation. AOA’s Church and Community Engagement coordinator Nils von Kalm said their International Programs Manager had told him on 29 November that there was no […]
For 60 years, Mission Without Borders (MWB) has worked to be Gods hands and feet on the ground in Eastern Europe.
10 November 2021 Nuclear power the only option for Australia Ms Marshall’s commentary (October 2021) epitomises the reason we need to look carefully at what the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports about science, before being carried away with rhetoric from senior United Nations politicians and others, who have certainly used some extravagant language. While […]
AN UNSEEN crisis is unfolding in Madagascar.
“CEOs aren’t allowed to have favourites when it comes to programs!” the Reverend Bob Mitchell jokes.
ANGLICANS have called on the federal government to act with “justice, mercy and urgency” on two issues relating to its treatment of asylum seekers, with two motions passed by the annual synod.
A motion to condemn the genocide of Uighur Muslims by the Chinese Communist Party sparked debate during Saturday’s session of the 2021 Melbourne Synod.
MUCH-NEEDED medical supplies will soon leave Melbourne bound for a small Ugandan hospital, thanks to a partnership between an Anglican church and the Rotary Foundation.