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LENT APPEAL 2018

Tue 23, Jan 2018

 

Donate to the 2018 Lent AppealThe 2018 ABM Lent Appeal supports three program areas: 
 

leadership formation and training

ABM’s Church to Church Program supports the theological formation and leadership training of our Partners.

Funding for the Lent Appeal will go towards Newton Theological College in Papua New Guinea, helping in a number of spheres, such as curriculum development and the provision of running water. Bishop Jeffrey Driver is currently working with the college to mentor a new Principal.

The Church to Church Program is supporting a men’s mentorship program in the Dioceses of Machakos and Makueni in Kenya. The dioceses have identified men as the ‘missing’ part of the Church, and want to re-energize them by developing Christ-like character in their families and community.

ABM also supports Leadership Formation and Training at St John’s Anglican Seminary in Kitwe, Zambia.

Please help our Partners to enable their lay and clergy leaders to reach their potential, bringing Christ’s love to the people they serve.

This project is non-tax deductible.


the aboriginal and torres strait islander mission fund
 

Your gift will support the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Church in work that seeks to challenge violence and injustice, respond to human need and build flourishing communities of hope.With guidance from the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Anglican Council (NATSIAC), ABM makes small grants available to projects which express the marks of mission and empower First Nations people. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mission grants support missional activities led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

This project is non-tax deductible.


PHILIPPINES livelihoods project

This Lent consider supporting the work of ABM’s Philippine Church partners, Episcopal Community Action for Renewal and Empowerment (ECARE) and Visayas and Mindanao Regional Office for Development (VIMROD), whose programs help community groups in rural areas to value add community and individual assets to improve people’s livelihoods. The project is enabling many in various parts of the Philippines to emerge from poverty and become empowered citizens, providing real hope for their children and future generations.

Your gift will fund vital training of community associations, provide loans or seeding grants for groups and individuals to develop their local assets, and lead to social and economic transformation.

This project is tax deductible.


Download a .pdf copy of the 2018 Lent Appeal flyer

 

 2018 LENT RESOURCES 

2018 ABM Lent Resources


Into the Desert - 
40 days of Bible readings, reflections and prayers that will take you on a spiritual journey into the Australian wilderness - is available as an app for your smartphone or to purchase as a book.

Download our free Lent Bible Study Resource written by Dr Julianne Stewart, which will help you to explore, theologically reflect, and act upon the Sustainable Development Goals. 

> Find out more here

 

 

 

HOW TO DONATE

Online: You can make an online donation to the 2018 Lent Appeal by selecting one or more projects from the drop-down list on the website donation form. Click on the DONATE NOW button.

Mail: you can enclose a cheque/money order (made out to the Anglican Board of Mission - Australia) together with the appeal/project name and send it to:

Anglican Board of Mission – Australia
Locked Bag Q4005
Queen Victoria Building NSW 1230

Telephone: Sydney 02 9264 1021, Local Call 1300 302 663

Emailinfo@abm.asn.au

Gifts to ABM will be applied to the support of project(s) selected. In the unlikely event of the project being oversubscribed or not proceeding to completion, donations will be applied to a similar project to the one(s) selected.

 


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