An Anglican college in Madagascar is facing closure unless a crowdfunding campaign can help it break a decade-long "vicious cycle" of decline caused by two fires in 2005.
Christian leaders in Fiji have united to declare that gender-based violence is a sin, in an advert shown on cinema screens and national television.
Gender-based violence is a sin
A lot of people dream of singing
Standing with Standing Rock
Reconciliation is the theme of the latest edition of Anglican World, which contains an in-depth interview with Canon Sarah Snyder, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s new advisor for reconciliation.
Three members of an Anglican theological college in Nigeria were killed and others have been critically injured after “a ghastly motor accident”.
The bishops of the Anglican Province of Central Africa took a lead from Young Green Anglicans in the region by planting trees when they gathered in Malawi for a recent meeting.
Young people from three Portuguese speaking dioceses in Mozambique and Angola have this week taken part in an historic first joint meeting.
The Church of Pakistan has reflected on the “short and brief, but very hectic and blessed” visit by the Archbishop of Canterbury earlier this month.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has made a solidarity visit to Pakistan to meet victims of anti-Christian terror attacks.
Clergy and lay leaders from Anglican churches in south Asia are taking part in a pioneering programme designed to increase culturally sensitive theological training.
The US government has said it will not allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe, the drinking water source for the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.
Female priests in Canada profess to have struggled with everything from unequal pay to inappropriate touching by some parishioners.
The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church has expressed his concern over the policing of protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
A group of Welsh Christians are walking from Bethlehem to Egypt to raise funds for Christian Aid’s work with refugees and displaced people around the world.
The Church Commissioners, responsible for the Church of England’s historic assets, has won three major prizes for its ethical and responsible investment work.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has announced the imminent arrival of two new senior staff members at Lambeth Palace.
The Primate of Australia, Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier, has joined other religious leaders in Australia in calling for a new law to tackle modern slavery.
New houses, a church and a school are being built in the Fiji village of Maniava, which was all-but blasted from the map when Cyclone Winstone hit in February.
Wellington Cathedral has been closed since New Zealand’s devastating earthquake over fears that a neighbouring building could collapse on top of it.
Anglicans across the Communion are marking World Aids Day on 1 December 2016 to raise awareness of HIV/Aids and help end the epidemic.
The Christmas special of BBC’s popular Call the Midwife drama will feature the work of the Anglican mission agency USPG.
Anglicans around the Communion are getting involved in prayer, reflection and action for the 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence.
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