The Anglican Church of Canada has announced a new annual church observance "to celebrate companionship in God’s mission with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
At the invitation of The Most Rev. Dr. Mouneer Hanna Anis of the Episcopal / Anglican Church in Egypt, His Holiness Pope Tawadros II, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark inaugurated an art exhibition “The Way of Salvation”
VIDEO: Bishop Nick's welcome message
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Let My People Go: the challenge of change
A new priest talks about ministry in rural Zambia
The Bishop of Harare is celebrating peace and growth in his diocese two-and-a-half years after Anglicans in Zimbabwe won back their churches.
Church Army Africa has embarked on an ambitious programme to “positively transform society" by setting up 1,500 Anglican churches by 2015.
N10 million was paid as ransom before the Dean of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and Archbishop of the Niger Delta Province of the church, Bishop Ignatius Kattey, who was kidnapped last year, was freed
The oldest Anglican church in Malaysia recently held a special service to pray for the families and victims of flight MH 370
More than 160 people attended a theological consultation on the Bible, marriage, culture and family life, hosted buy Lahore Diocese.
[ENS] Global partnerships deepen as typhoon response continues
Anglican Bishop The Right Reverend Dr Howard Gregory is urging the Government to show the nation that it is making part of the sacrifice it is expecting of Jamaicans in the current harsh economic climate.
One of Canada’s oldest churches has been restored after receiving grant aid from the provincial and federal governments.
The Primate of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, and the national bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada, issued a joint statement yesterday (Tuesday) to mark Earth Day
A new service is being launched today (April 24) by the Church in Wales to help settle conflict when it arises between parishioners or clergy.
A Saudi princess will be the guest speaker at a dinner organised by the Anglican cathedral in Bahrain next month, to increase awareness of human trafficking.
President Michael D Higgins planted a yew tree to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf as part of an ecumenical service.
Katene Eruera, Dean of Tikanga Maori at St John's presented New Zealand Defence Service Medals to three of the Tikanga Maori students.
Prince William concluded a visit to Christchurch’s Transitional Cathedral today with a promise to return.
Anglican churches and agencies in the region are co-ordinating their response to flash floods that have left more than 20 people dead and over 12,000 homeless in the Solomon Islands.
The British Prime Minister has committed his Government to fighting the persecution of Christians abroad
Archbishop Justin joined Christians Together in Dover on Good Friday for a Procession of Witness.
A communiqué adopted at a World Council of Churches (WCC) consultation describes human trafficking as a “serious human rights violation”
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