Gaza’s only Christian hospital, Al-Ahli is ‘struggling to provide critical health care’ as the death toll in the Strip reaches 2000.
West Africa's Anglican Primate has called for Christians everywhere to dedicate one Sunday to pray for an end to the Ebola outbreak.
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A doctor who identified Nigeria's first Ebola case has died of the disease.
Bishop David Russell, a courageous veteran in the Church's struggle against apartheid and injustice, died in Cape Town today, aged 75.
Despite challenges posed by the lack of resources and preparedness to deal with the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, churches in the country have initiated programmes to build awareness around the disease
Seminar speakers highlight lay training as vital to Church growth
The World Council of Churches (WCC) invites its member churches to join in prayer for peace and reunification of the Korean peninsula on Sunday, 10 August.
The World Council of Churches (WCC) President for Asia, Rev. Dr Sang Chang, met in Tokyo with the Chief Cabinet Secretary of Japan, Yoshihide Suga, on 4 August
The blue and white van bounced slowly, a bumpy ride along the rocky beach, bringing water, food, clothing
Liberian, Sierra Leonean diaspora leading efforts to help their homelands
The current Ebola crisis in Africa is of personal concern to the Rev. Johannes George, a native of Sierra Leone
One of the biggest hotel chains in Britain has decided to remove all Bibles from its rooms
High officials from ancient Christian churches in the Near East have issued a common statement denouncing the emergence of armed extremist groups
The Church of England has delivered a withering critique of David Cameron's Middle East policy
The Auckland Anglican and Catholic Bishops called on the New Zealand government called on Israel to return to "its pre-1967 borders"
Preaching at the Holy Sepulchre Maori Mission Church in Auckland yesterday, Archbishop Justin Welby reflected on events in Iraq, Nigeria and elsewhere
More than 1,000 people attended the celebration of Mary Sumner.
Amidst the reality of tensions often fueled by religions, a group of Christian, Muslim and Jewish youth has formed a multi-faith community
A survey has revealed what Anglicans want from their bishops in response to global climate change
Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Philip Freier made a joint statement on the crisis in northern Iraq during press conference in Melbourne, Australia yesterday.
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