Our Team

Meet the Anglican Missions staff

We’re a small team making a big impact.

Anglican Missions represents the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia. Our work spans the world and so does our team.

Our NZ based work is done from the Anglican House, a renovated heritage building in the heart of Wellington’s Central Business District. Our Fiji based operations happen from the Moana Anglican Services & Teaching building in Suva.

Our Staff

Michael Hartfield

National Director

Michael has led Anglican Missions since January 2020. While in a previous life Michael was a town planner, he has worked in the overseas development and humanitarian sector for a number of years – five years for the Council for International Development (CID) and nine years at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT).

Michael is ambitious for Anglican Missions and the role it is playing in the world, and loves his job as it enables him to live out his faith. Michael was ordained by the Anglican Church in 2020.

Outside work, he is likely to be with his family; in their wonderful garden; listening to music in his (in)famous basement; at St Hilda’s Anglican Church in Island Bay (Wellington); or generally getting into all that Wellington has to offer.

Mark Mitchell

Humanitarian and Development Manager

Mark manages our humanitarian and development programme across the Pacific and Africa. He has worked in and around the humanitarian sector for 25 years with different organisations and has responded to a range of natural disasters and conflicts across the world.

He is passionate about working with communities to strengthen their resilience to disasters. He believes that the church is critical in supporting development and being active in meeting the needs of those affected by disasters.

He spends his free time with his wife, working on their house, taking the dog (Kea) for walks in the hills around Wellington or drinking coffee with friends.

Sharon Hillock

Finance Manager

Sharon is our Finance Manager, she has over 17 years experience working for Not for Profits in New Zealand and loves making a difference.

On weekends she loves spending time with her 3 amazing Grandchildren. Sharon also loves listening to Music and attending concerts.

Karen Chute

Pacific Projects Manager

Karen is our Projects Manager and is based in Suva, Fiji with her husband and two children. She works closely with the Diocese of Polynesia to ensure that our project work in the Pacific is carried out with the needs of those communities in mind.

Kris Singh

Marketing and Communications Manager

He enjoys playing and producing music, gaming, good food, a good YouTube rabbit hole and spending time with his wife Vanessa and dog Rooney.

Jen Lun

Operations Manager

Jen started with the Anglican Missions in 2024 as our Operations Manager. As a recent graduate from Te Herenga Waka with a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Cultural Anthropology, Jen has a heart for social justice – both in New Zealand and globally. Part of her role also includes OMTP (Overseas Mission Tikanga Pākehā), helping to raise the profile of overseas Mission.

Outside of work, Jen enjoys cooking and sewing clothes from upcycled op-shop finds. She also works as a Youth Worker in an intermediate and is a Youth Leader at St Thomas’ Church in Newtown.

Rowena Bonne

Office Administrator

Rowena is our office administrator and our first point of contact if you phone, email or visit Anglican Missions.

On the weekends she ventures from her home in Karori with her husband and dog to visit the Botanical Gardens. You may also see her zipping around on her bicycle, usually heading towards catchups with friends or for a ride around the bays.

Our Board

Archbishop Don Tamihere
Sophie Anania
Bishop Henry Bull
Rev Rosie Fyfe
Rev Sepiuta C.N.B. Hala’api’api (Sepi)
Rev Michael Hughes
Bishop Ngarahu Katene
Bishop Steve Maina
Ven Michael Tamihere
Bronwyn Tucker

Interested in working with us?

From kickstarting your career to trying something new, we have a range of roles and internships to choose from. We believe in providing fair and equal opportunities to anyone seeking to follow their mission.

Keep an eye on our Linkedin page, or contact us at

Or, why not volunteer some time with us?

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Contact us

Visit & Deliveries

32 Mulgrave Street
Wellington 6011
New Zealand

Send snail mail

Anglican Missions
PO Box 12 012
Wellington 6144
New Zealand

Open Hours:

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

+64 4 473 5172