Posts Tagged ‘auckland’

Simkin House Fund

Applications are now open for the Simkin House Fund!

This fund exists to support 'grass roots' youth ministry projects in the Anglican Diocese of Auckland. It is distributed once a year late in October. The trust will fund up to 50% of any project and will give priority to events (i.e. camps, retreats, and training) directly targeting teenagers.

The total funds for distribution are normally between $2500 – 3000 (they are dependent on the interest earned by the Fund).... >> read more

AYM Lent Challenge

In 2015 we launched our interactive, online AYM Lent Challenge! Feel free to use this resource as part of your Easter reflections. Christians over the last 2000 years have prepared their hearts for Easter by focusing on Jesus and examining how closely they are still following him, a spiritual 'spring clean' if you like.  This has led some Christians to give things up for Lent (like chocolate and Facebook) to grow their 'spiritual muscles' and be more appreciative of God's blessings. ... >> read more

Simkin House Fund

The Simkin House Fund is here to support Youth Ministry throughout the Diocese of Auckland. The Fund gives priority to the funding of camps, retreats, holiday programmes and youth events over the purchase of equipment.

The Fund was established in 1993 with the proceeds of the sale of Simkin House on Waiheke Island. The interest generated is split equitably between Anglican Youth Ministries (Diocese of Auckland) and Tai Tokerau Youth Council (Te Hui Amorangi ki te Tai Tokerau) and is... >> read more

Hostel of the Holy Name

The Hostel of the Holy Name Trust works specifically to the benefit of the lives of women associated together for the purpose of the work of the Anglican Church in Auckland, and for the benefit of girls and women generally. There are two criteria that the Trust must consider when considering applications for funding:

“The Trust is to be construed as applying specifically to the cultivation and deepening of the devotional life amongst women associated together for the purpose of... >> read more