Young reporters in Liberia will soon be preventing the spread of Ebola via radio.
Video: “As men of faith, we can take responsibility to speak out and end violence against women and girls.”
Archbishop of York's response to the Waddington Inquiry
Six reasons Halloween isn't harmless
The lure of prime-time suffering
The underlying theme in all these resources is that Christ came into the world to reconcile us to God and to one another. In Christ we are one body and have one hope.
Christian Aid is delivering emergency food and hygiene kits this week to some of the most vulnerable families
An Anglican bishop in Zambia has urged his countrymen to be thankful for the 50 years of independence
Anglican women at their 13th Biennial National Conference were challenged to help young people engage with the Internet in a health way.
Anguish at the violence suffered by girls, the Church of South India has relaunched its campaign for the Girl Child.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, today returned from a five-day visit to fellow Anglican primates in the provinces of South East Asia and Myanmar.
In a recent visit to the Diocese of Peshawar, Pakistan, Andy Bowerman, Co-Director for the Anglican Alliance, heard from those affected by the bombing of All Saints Church last year.
[Anglican Journal] More than 200 people turned out for an interfaith service of unity and prayer after the shooting in Ottawa.
The Anglican Journal asked leadership within the Anglican Church of Canada to reflect on the role of the church in troubled times.
[Episcopal News Service] Americans are increasingly worried about the country’s polarized political debate
"Fighting terrorism is not an easy war, because the enemies are always hidden and they attack from within most of the time."
Culture Secretary Sajid Javid announces £8.3 million in grants for 31 English cathedrals
Churches across Wales will be re-adjusting their focus to 2020 Vision on one Sunday in November.
Christians can't allow the focus on child poverty to get blurry, say our bishops. So they've commended a new resource to the church.
Bishop Ken Short AO, former missionary, military chaplain, Dean of Sydney and Bishop of Wollongong, Parramatta and the Defence Forces, has died at the age of 87.
The Diocese of Sydney has voted to divest in companies that receive significant profits from gambling revenue.
The International Anglican Family Network's latest newsletter demonstrate how human dignity is being championed and advanced in families worldwide.
After retiring as Director of Unity, Faith and Order in January, the Revd Canon Dr Alyson Barnett-Cowan will act as Interim Secretary General.
Senior Anglican and Oriental Orthodox theologians have healed a 1,500 year-old rift caused by a disagreement over Christ's incarnation.
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