Members of the Anglican Communion’s new Inter Faith Commission will gather for their first meeting next week, in Cairo, Egypt.
Bishop Maimbo Mndolwa of the Diocese of Tanga has been elected as the next Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Tanzania.
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The resignation of President Zuma provides South Africa with “a golden opportunity to start anew”, the Archbishop Thabo Makgoba said.
A plaque has been unveiled on the spot where a newly-released Nelson Mandela first addressed the world’s media at Bishopscourt.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh has formally dedicated a new church and diocesan offices for the diocese of Kwara in Ilorin, western Nigeria.
The umbrella ecumenical group in Malaysia has called for the release of Pastor Raymond Koh, who was abducted one year ago today.
Officials say 17 people died following last week’s Magnitude 6.4 earthquake in Hualien, east Taiwan, as rescue efforts are called off.
The Christian Conference of Asia has paid tribute to the internationally renowned Pakistani human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir.
Thousands of Christians from across the West Indies gathered at a gymnasium in Barbados to pay tribute to Archbishop John Holder.
Archbishop Fred Hiltz of the Anglican Church of Canada, says he is considering creating a new position to advance accessibility in the church.
The US-based Episcopal Church is inviting Episcopalians to study the Gospel of Luke during Lent and the Acts of the Apostles over Eastertide.
A “myth-busting” Bible study has been published by CMS in response to a survey showing why Christians don't get involved in mission.
Education and health ministries provided by the diocese of Jerusalem could be at risk if the Municipality goes ahead with new taxes.
A series of Lenten studies from the Biblical Association for the Church of Ireland fosters a biblical approach to the Five Marks of Mission.
As Cyclone Gita headed towards Tonga, a group of young Anglicans gathered at their Church in Nuku’alofa to prepare their response.
The Archbishop of Papua New Guinea, Allan Migi, has spoken out against the increasing number of attacks and murders of alleged witches.
The world mission arm of the Anglican Church of Australia has produced a Lent study guide to help people explore the UN’s SDGs.
Celebrated the day before Ash Wednesday, Shrove Tuesday (also called “Pancake Day”) is the final day before the 40-day period of Lent.
Anglican leaders have endorsed Pope Francis’ call for an ecumenical day of prayer and fasting peace in Congo and South Sudan.
The Secretary of Imperial College London, John Neilson, has been appointed as the next Chair of Trustees of the mission agency USPG.
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