Two Primates of the Anglican Communion have warned unsuspecting followers to be wary of fake Facebook profiles.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has joined other Anglican primates and church leaders in calling for an immediate ceasefire in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza strip
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Administration Police in Nyahururu and the Anglican Church are holding a five-day crusade to call for reforms among criminals
The Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Nigeria Most Reverend Nicholas D. Okoh has urged the Boko Haram insurgents to lay down their arms and embrace dialogue
Hundreds of police took down a church's cross Monday in a city known as "China's Jerusalem"
Almost nine months after the crew of the Seaman Guard Ohio were arrested in India, the weapons charges against them have been dropped.
The Anglican Church in Hong Kong has responded to criticisms of Archbishop Paul Kwong's comments about pro-democracy campaigners
“The glory of God is man alive”. With this quotation from Irenaeus of Lyon (2nd century AD) Anglicans from the USA, Canada and El Salvador gathered for a week of reflection on development theology
A joyous celebration of the 40th anniversary of women’s priestly ordination on July 26 here included calls for people to realize that the dream of a more egalitarian and less patriarchal Episcopal Church
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The Vicar of Baghdad, the Revd Canon Andrew White, has issued an impassioned plea for prayer and support
Marking the first UN World Day against Trafficking in Persons, the Archbishop of Canterbury welcomes government efforts to combat human trafficking
Being made male or female should be a gift of God, not a weapon of oppression says a new paper by Christian Aid, Of the Same Flesh: exploring a theology of gender.
A coalition of church leaders, led by the Dean of St John’s Anglican Cathedral in Brisbane, has accused the Australian government of “state sanctioned child abuse”
Christchurch is grieving over the loss of Dean Lynda Patterson, who died at home after a brief illness.
Representatives of the Pacific island nations at the WCC are returning home with big plans to embed peace and justice in their work and churches
The office of the Prince of Wales has been in touch with Vicar of Baghdad Canon Andrew White
There will be a focus on the centrality of prayer in the work of Mothers’ Union across the world.
“Hostilities must cease. Israel, Palestine and the surrounding region must be offered the hope of peace" said World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit
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