Archbishop Suheil Dawani stressed the need for reconciliation amongst Anglicans when he spoke to delegates at the Gafcon event.
Today – 20 June – is World Refugee Day, when the world is called to remember the millions of individuals fleeing their countries as refugees.
Archbishop Masimango Katanda previews Lambeth Conference 2020
Lambeth Conference: Can any good come from it?
Belonging and renewal in our Anglican Communion
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.
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 Anglican Primates in Congo and South Sudan have spoken about the global ecumenical day of prayer for peace in both countries.
Sunday school teachers and Christian educators from the Diocese of Karnataka North have received training to develop child-friendly churches.
The Council of Churches of Malaysia has stepped up its campaign for the release of Pastor Raymond Koh and others who have disappeared.
Celebrations to mark the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui's 20th anniversary have got underway with a large gathering at AsiaWorld-Expo.
A Los Angeles church offers work space for home-workers, linked to a daily routine of prayer in The Divine Office, a micro-monastic community.
Bishops and other delegates from the Anglican Church of South America have met to discuss joint action on the global climate change.
A long-forgotten Canadian hero buried in an unmarked grave in an Anglican cemetery for more than a century now has his own headstone.
A memorial service has been held at a London church close to the scene of a devastating fire in a block of flats in which 72 people died.
A priest who acted as advisor to a TV drama about a rural female vicar has been appointed to oversee training of licensed ministers in Wales.
The former Vicar of Baghdad, Canon Andrew White, has said that he faces no charges following allegations that he paid a ransom to Daesh.
The New Zealand Faith Community Nurses’ Association has set holistic mental health care at the top of its training agenda for 2018.
The Tasmania Diocesan Synod has approved in principle the sale of up to 108 properties to fund redress for victims of abuse in Australia.
The Bishop of Tasmania has published a list of 78 parish and diocesan properties that could be sold to fund redress to victims of abuse.
Organisers say 2,000 people are taking part in the third international conference organised by the Gafcon movement in Jerusalem.
The Allchurches Trust has announced a £750,000 grant to enable bishops from poorer countries attend the Lambeth Conference in 2020.
A coordinator for the Season of Intentional Discipleship and two other new staff members are being sought to work at the ACO in London.
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