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New start for Cylone Winston-hit Fijian village of Maniava

New houses, a church and a school are being built in the Fiji village of Maniava, which was all-but blasted from the map when Cyclone Winstone hit in February.

07 December 2016

Encountering God in the Storm: Anglicans consult on climate justice

Anglicans from around the world are gathering in Fiji this week for an international consultation on climate justice. 

05 July 2016

"An ordeal of the most grievous kind" - Fiji cyclone update

The Missions Board of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia (AMB) and the Diocese of Polynesia are formulating the next stages of their response to the destruction wreaked by Cyclone Winston on Fiji and Tonga. Archbishop Winston Halapua spent two days last week visiting some of the most remote Anglican communities on Fiji’s main island of Viti Levu. 

14 March 2016

Prayers and money needed for Church's Fiji cyclone response

The chief executive of the Anglican Missions Board (AMB) – the relief and development agency of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia – has called on international Anglicans to assist with prayers and funds as it responds to the recent cyclone that caused devastation in Fiji and its surrounding islands.

25 February 2016

Cyclone Winston: Church responds to widespread damage in Fiji

The largest storm ever recorded in the region struck the islands of Fiji over the weekend, after causing widespread damage in Tonga. The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia is already working to assess the damage and begin its response. 

22 February 2016

Polynesia: Archbishop of York plants for the future

Visit at invitation of Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia Primate focuses on climate change

05 August 2015

Archbishop of York Visits Churches and Communities in Samoa, Tonga and Fiji

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu is to visit Samoa, Tonga and Fiji to lead a series of Leadership Reflections on Climate Change

28 July 2015

Archbishop Makgoba appeals for prayers, aid for South Pacific

Anglican Communion Environmental Network chair highlights threat of climate change, calls for practical help.

18 March 2015

 

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