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The Melanesian Mission
The Melanesian Mission
2020 Emergency Appeal

2020 Emergency Appeal

Why we need your help

Cyclone Harold caused widespread destruction in early April 2020. Over 30 people lost their lives in the Solomon Islands and damage has been caused to buildings and growing areas. In Vanuatu over 5,000 are homeless, without water, food and power.

The Anglican Church of Melanesia is working to rebuild these communities, whilst also taking precautions against Covid-19. The Melanesian Mission in the UK is raising funds to help them achieve this.

Can you help our Melanesian brothers and sisters?

‘The story of the resurrection of our Lord is a story of renewal, transformation of life, new light and a journey of faith for nations, communities, families and individuals.

‘We pray that it will be the story of Melanesia, as we continue to live with the fear of Covid-19 and the aftermath of Cyclone Harold.

‘We pray that the new light of Christ’s resurrection will renew and transform those fears and take us on a new journey of life.’

Most Revd Leonard Dawea - Archbishop of Melanesia

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