Archbishop Justin Welby hosted a conference to explore how people with disabilities can participate fully in the life of the church.
Churches in North and South Korea have composed their annual joint prayer for peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula for 2018.
Anglican Communion primates address Church of England’s General Synod
Defending Nelson Mandela’s legacy
Ordinary people called to do the extraordinary
Archbishops from around the Communion have been speaking to ACNS about looking forward to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 as planning for the event gathers momentum and giving their views on the importance of the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop Justin phoned the Archbishop of Jos, Benjamin Kwashi, after an armed attack on his home in which a neighbour was shot dead.
The Diocese of Swaziland and a young Anglican have held on to two national environmental awards that were first awarded in 2016.
The Anglican mission agency CMS-Africa has appointed Canon Moses Bushendich as its new international director, based in Nairobi.
The bishops of the Church of Ceylon have spoken out after reports that Sri Lanka’s government is set to reinstate the death penalty.
A group of 40 young Christians – including some from the united Church of Pakistan – have met to discuss the country’s forthcoming elections.
An environmental project will see the Church of Ceylon’s Diocese of Colombo plant 20,000 trees in a single day: 24 September 2019.
Two new bishops have been consecrated for the Diocese of Chile as part of plans for it to become the 40th Province of the Anglican Communion.
The extra-provincial Anglican Diocese of Cuba is to rejoin the US-based Episcopal Church, after a 52-year absence sparked by the Revolution.
The annual appeal for the Church of Canada’s Anglican Journal raised $479,956.76 CAD (approximately £275,500 GBP) last year.
Bishops and young people from around the world take part in talks with the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar.
Archbishop Justin Welby has asked the British government to support Nigeria to find a solution to the increasing violence in the country.
Immediate risks to a number of English cathedrals have been “significantly reduced” by a £40 million conservation and repair scheme.
Archbishop Winston Halapua, a Primate of the Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, prepares for his retirement in August.
Bishop Philip Huggins has challenged the Victoria Liberal Party, saying its election rhetoric risks negatively stereotyping young people.
A rare original edition of the 1616 King James Bible has been found in the cupboard of a 1960s church in Manawatū, New Zealand.
World Council of Churches’ Indigenous Global Ecumenical Gathering hosted by the Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.
The World Council of Churches has unveiled new designs for its ecumenical Thursdays in Black campaign against rape and sexual violence.
Statement by commission for dialogue between Roman Catholic and Anglican churches seen as "important step" on pilgrimage towards fuller unity in Christ.
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