The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church has delivered an impassioned speech in support of the Standing Rock Sioux community.
The Bishop of Southern Malawi has challenged churches to take seriously the need to invest in young people.
Standing Rock - the "new Selma"
We must stand together against antisemitism
Sino-US ratification of Paris Agreement
The invitational video for the Thy Kingdom Come prayer initiative is available with a number of international subtitles.
The Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, has turned to social media to thank well-wishers after he was once-again hospitalised.
The Church of Uganda adopted a 10-year master strategic plan when its Provincial Assembly held its biennial meeting last month in Mukono.
The Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, has been discharged from hospital after undergoing what has been described as “a minor surgical procedure”
Anglicans in Hong Kong will share successful evangelism and mission strategies with each other when they gather this weekend for a provincial Mission Conference.
Campaigners for a young Christian Pakistani woman on death row for breaking the blasphemy law have urged ACC members to step up their efforts to get her released.
The Bishop of Davao, in the Philippines, Jonathan Casimina, has led a candlelit memorial service at the site of last week’s terrorist attack at the Roxas Night Market.
A temporary injunction to prevent construction of a controversial pipeline through indigenous burial grounds has been imposed by a US federal appeals court.
Three senior groups of the US-based Episcopal Church heard yesterday about efforts to shift the culture of the denominational staff closer to that of the Jesus Movement.
The fifteenth anniversary of the world’s deadliest terror attack will be remembered in special services and events in New York City this weekend.
A training course for pioneer ministry run by the Church Mission Society has attracted its largest number of students for the new academic year.
The UK-based Christian environmental charity A Rocha is expanded its already-successful Eco Church award scheme and is now looking to recognise Eco Dioceses.
The C of E is seeking to increase the number of candidates selected for ordained ministry from around 500 each year to 750.
Members of New Zealand’s InterChurch Bioethics Council have made an oral submission to a parliamentary committee on their opposition to assisted suicide.
An Anglican-run clinic on the island of Big Ngella in the Central Solomons has turned to the sun to solve a problem of the lights going out at night.
The Primate of Australia has welcomed a proposed referendum on whether the country should allow same-sex marriages; but expressed concern about the “tenor of the debate.”
The Mission to Seafarers is urging people to wear a woolly hat on Friday 14 October as part of its innovative fundraising campaign.
“The world’s greatest women’s group” – that’s how the Archbishop of Canterbury described the MU at its 140th anniversary celebration.
The global Anglican agency Mission to Seafarers has come to the aid of stranded crew members working for Hanjin Shipping.
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