The Anglican Care Network seeks to express the love of Christ through loving service, justice and equality for all in Aotearoa New Zealand.
The Anglican Care network of Aotearoa New Zealand is a network of social service/justice through service, agencies, parish based programmes and inter-church projects which seek to express the love of Christ through service, justice and equality.
To uphold the partnership responsibilities and opportunities of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Aotearoa New Zealand to be free of poverty, violence and discrimination.
An inclusive society in which all are treated with dignity and respect.
A compassionate and just society which challenges inequality.
A society in which all create and share prosperity and share responsibility for each other.
A sustainable society for future generations.
Anglican Care Network and its members will be guided in our work by the following values:
Embracing of gospel values and justice through service.
Faithful to the Scriptures and traditions of the Church.
Guidance inspired by the Holy Spirit.
Work to increase equity and social justice.
An ethical base to our practice.
Work in the spirit of co-operation, collaboration and partnership.
Advocacy for justice and transformative leadership of society.
The pursuit of being the best we are able in all endeavours.
To provide a national network of support and co-ordination to Anglican Care Services across the country.
To provide a forum for members to share ideas, identify common issues and propose solutions.
To gather information required to lobby for social change and to inform social policy development.
To promote services and work being undertaken in the name of the Anglican Care network (Tikanga Pakeha).
To liaise with church tikanga partners and social services.
To be the Anglican Church member of the New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services.
To be a service of excellence founded on the gospel values of love, service and justice.
A. Acknowledging our justice through service mandate by speaking out on issues of faith, poverty and justice
B. Collaborating and supporting the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand on important issues
C. Ensuring the effectiveness of the Anglican Care Network New Zealand
Chairperson - Jan Rogers