This year, we are celebrating our 50th birthday. We are blessed to be making a difference for our members for 50 years.

We’re calling our birthday 50 years of serving. Throughout the year we will be telling stories about our history and how we have served our members in the last 50 years. Celebrate our birthday with us and click the button below.

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Supporting the financial wellbeing of those in the service of the Anglican Church

Welcome to Anglican Financial Care / Te Maru Mihinare.

We’re here to serve you, the clergy and lay-workers of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia.

We are a thriving organisation that has served the clergy and layworkers of the Church for almost 50 years but these days we provide a lot more than just pensions. While our legal name remains The New Zealand Anglican Church Pension Board we have a new operating name that reflects the wider range of services and support we now offer.

Te Maru Mihinare means a place of shelter or safety in the Anglican Church. That meaning sits well with our purpose and vision, which is to help bring financial peace of mind to our members.

Have a look around our new website to find out what we offer.

If you are a member of one of our Funds or a mortgage client you can log in to see your personal financial status with us. This includes your current balance or benefit, past transaction listings, mortgage details, statements and your personal details (with the ability to advise changes).


How we may be able to help throughout COVID-19

If you have been affected by the fallout of COVID-19, have a look at how we may be able to assist you on our dedicated COVID-19 page.
If you don’t see any answer that relates to your personal circumstances, please contact our team and we can discuss options of how we may be able to help.

Anglican Financial Care is the trading name of The New Zealand Anglican Church Pension Board. The Board is the Trustee, the Manager, Administrator and Investment Manager of the schemes. The Board is a registered charity (CC42660).