Our
MISSION

Anglican Action stands for Justice Through Service.

Anglican Action unites Faith and Treaty in an agency committed to flax roots support and challenge from the margins to an unequal society in order to liberate and empower.

Anglican Action celebrates the spirituality of life and believes that every sister and brother, known or stranger, of this land or another, is considered to be our neighbour.

 

All of creation is sacred and of equal and infinite value with a soul worthy of care and respect.

To this end, Anglican Action commits itself to the pursuit of justice through service within and beyond the borders of Aotearoa New Zealand.

 

We will advocate and stand in solidarity with all of creation and every brother and sister being denied justice or the basic human necessities of life.

We offer hope

Our Story

1980s

Volunteers from the Anglican Cathedral of St Peter began working with men classed as chronic alcoholics, and Housing New Zealand provided a residence for men navigating the mental health system.

1990s

Our organisation changed from Anglican Social Services to Anglican Action

Steps to Safety, a new programme working alongside sexual offenders began. 

Te Ara Hou was established as a hub for a number of Christian social services in Kirikiriroa. 

2000s

Began contract work with the Department of Corrections to provide Men's Supported Accommodation. Our Centre for Social Justice was developed.

2010s

Ethos Cafe opens to the public. Significant growth in our Men's reintegration programmes.

2020s

Work began on Women's Supported Accommodation and bail services. 

Our Leadership

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Karen

MORRISON-HUME

CEO Missioner

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Jane

MANSON

Board Chairperson