A new suffragan bishop in the Diocese of Polynesia has been consecrated under a make-shift shelter on the island of Vanua Levu.
Archbishop Justin Welby joined Prince Charles in Southwark Cathedral today to pray for victims of the London Bridge terorr attack.
“Thy Kingdom Come” in southern Africa
The Kingdom in Congo
A “moment of decision” to “shape the destiny” of South Africa
Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba has urged members of South Africa’s ruling ANC to “follow their consciences” as they elect a new leader.
700 teddy-bears which sat on the steps of London's St Paul’s Cathedral in July are now providing comfort to child refugees in Uganda.
Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has spoken of his excitement at being appointed to lead a peace commission in the Nigerian state of Kaduna.
A pastoral team from the Christian Conference of Asia are reporting “grave human rights violations and repression” of West Papuans.
The Revd Dr Chan Nam Chen has been chosen to lead the mission agency Asia-CMS, the regional partner of the Church Mission Society.
An ecumenical group of 45,000 Christians marched through the city of Miri, Borneo, on Saturday for their tenth annual Christmas March.
Bishops in Brazil have spoken out against police abuse of power after the Rector of the Federal University of Santa Catarina killed himself.
Bishop Rob Hardwick will spend much of his four-month sabbatical bicycling across Canada to raise money for ministry in Qu’Appelle.
The role of deacons in the Church will be discussed by an international ecumenical gathering in Regina, Canada, in May next year.
The Anglican Alliance and Salvation Army convened a Latin-American workshop on human trafficking in Brasilia last week.
The Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, Suheil Dawani, has called for tolerance, harmony and mutual respect for all in the Holy City of Jerusalem.
The episcopal register of the 14th century Bishop of Ossory, in Ireland, Richard Ledred, has been digitised and made available online.
The Australian diocese of Newcastle and two of its former bishops have been criticised for their “do nothing approach” on child abuse.
Three ecumenical groups are urging the Australian Government to re-settle refugees formerly housed in the Manus Island refugee camp.
The upper house of the state parliament in Victoria has approved a Bill to legalise assisted suicide despite a campaign by church leaders.
A meeting of bishops, trainers and funders has been held in Nairobi to explore how best to support and equip episcopal ministry.
Two members have joined the team at the Anglican Communion News Service – the official news service of the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop Thabo Makgoba takes part in a live 24-hour broadcast to detail how people all over the world are fighting the climate crisis.
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