Anglicans in South Africa are combining getting physically and spiritually fit with reaching out to their local communities.
Celebrating Advent has become as simple as sitting down at your computer or tapping open your mobile phone.
VIDEO: Uganda churches mourn Mandela
Why mislead children about Santa? Demystification is essential to faith
Reflections on World AIDS Day
The Spectator asked the Archbishop of Canterbury what he would tell his 14-year-old self.
The newly elected moderator of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Central Committee has called on the government of South Sudan to have a "Mandela moment" as it confronts the aftermath of an attempted coup on Monday.
Police in South Africa say retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu's home was robbed while he was away to attend a memorial honoring Nelson Mandela.
Christians in Zimbabwe are facing a new wave of persecution after supporters of an excommunicated former bishop refuse to return Church property in the Diocese of Masvingo.
ABM’s Philippines partners have sent updates this week on the work they have been doing to reach communities devastated by Typhoon Yolanda.
The Delhi police today cane-charged and water cannoned Christians including priests, bishops and nuns as they led a rally in Parliament Street demanding to end the discrimination against dalit Christians.
A gala event raised more than £100,000 towards a new Mission launch vessel.
From Bob Kinney, Episcopal Peace Fellowship – On the first anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Conn.
This weekend Anglicans in the Caribbean are planning to raise more funds for the typhoon-struck Philippines.
Many faith leaders are flocking to platforms like Facebook and Twitter to attract more young people to the church.
Running any busy organisation today requires change and adaptation to meet contemporary needs
There was widespread relief, and not just in Desmond Tutu's household, when the former Archbishop was assured he was welcome at Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Girl Guides in Newcastle UK warned they risk being expelled from the movement after refusing to drop 'God' from their traditional promise.
Anglican affiliation in New Zealand has declined 17 percent – from 554,925 to 459,771 – over the past seven years, according the latest census.
[Anglican Taonga] The Supreme Court has rejected a final bid to preserve the quake-damaged ChristChurch Cathedral.
The Anglican Church of Melanesia helping Solomon Islanders to put off evacuation made necessary by climate change
Archbishop Francisco de Silva has spoken out to the G20 and encouraged Anglicans all over the world to take part and nominate food security to be at the top of the agenda when world leaders meet in Australia next year.
Gathering in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, as the Inter-Anglican Standing Commission on Unity, Faith and Order (IASCUFO), at the invitation of the Rt Revd Dr Howard Gregory, Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands
[Anglican Alliance] Anglican representatives are taking part in key debates at the World Forum for Human Rights.
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