The Archbishops of York and Canterbury have offered prayers for those affected by the attack in Westminster which left four people dead and many injured.
Optimism, enthusiasm and expectation filled the air as Anglican, Episcopal and Mothers' Union delegates from more than 20 countries around the world gathered for the opening day of the 61st session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women in New York on Monday.
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The Anglican Communion has announced that Sudan will, in a few months from now, become a separate Province is its own right. Currently, Sudan is an internal province within the Anglican Church of South Sudan and Sudan.
Bishop James Odico of The Gambia has expressed thanksgiving for a peaceful outcome after the tensions surrounding a Presidential election in December. The poll marked the first change of presidency in The Gambia since a military coup in 1994.
The Anglican Board of Mission - the national mission agency of the Anglican Church of Australia - has launched an emergency appeal as the crisis worsens in parts of East Africa due to extreme drought.
The Anglican Diocese of Chichester in southern England is assisting with urgent relief efforts in the drought hit Kenyan Diocese of Nakuru.
The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has told the Church of Pakistan it has something to offer to the Communion because of its experience of being a minority church in a Muslim Country.
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Christians from different churches took to the streets of the Pakistani city of Peshawar in December for what the local diocese called a “mega Peace Rally.”
A service of Thanksgiving for the life and ministry of the first bishop of Paraguay, the Rt Revd Douglas Milmine, has taken place in England after his death at the age of 95. British born, Douglas Milmine served as a missionary in South America for more than 30 years.
The Anglican Church in Canada has sent a strongly worded open letter, expressing dismay over a Conservative Senator’s recent defence of the Indian Residential Schools system.
[Anglican Journal, by Andre Forget] Training new ordained ministers is a "critical need" in many Indigenous communities—but not one traditional seminary education can easily fill, says Bishop Lydia Mamakwa, of the Indigenous Spiritual Ministry of Mishamikoweesh.
An appeal has been launched for the restoration of St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral in Malta. Towering 200 feet over the seaward approach to Valletta, St Paul’s is a vital part of Malta’s rich cultural heritage.
Statements from the Primate of All Ireland and the Archbishop of Dublin on the death of veteran Irish Republican, Martin McGuinness
To celebrate fifteen years since the consecration of Christ Church in Jebel Ali, to the southwest of Dubai, the Rev’d Tim Heaney and chaplaincy staff made a 240k round-trip, visiting several other Anglican churches.
Two Anglican schools in Australia have celebrated a century and a quarter of ministry by sisters of the Anglican Society of the Sacred Advent.
The Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia, Melbourne Archbishop Philip Freier, has issued a statement, as the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse begins its final hearing with the Anglican Church in Sydney.
The Anglican Bishop of the diocese of Newcastle, in Australia, Greg Thompson has announced his resignation.
The Anglican Board of Mission, which is the national mission agency of the Anglican Church of Australia, has called on Anglicans to support partners in Jerusalem and Australia to give the gifts of health and education this Easter.
Archbishop Bernard Ntahoturi, Primate of the Anglican Church of Burundi from 2005 until 2016 has been appointed as the Representative of the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Holy See and Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome.
Key Anglican campaigners for peace and justice in war-torn South Sudan have told a meeting at the United Nations in New York about the vital role women and the church have been playing in peace building and supporting the victims of conflict.
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