The Church of South India continues to respond to flooding in the Kerala region of India with relief centres and social media mobilisation.
An ecumenical group of Christians will take part in a pilgrimage from Assisi to the COP24 annual UN climate change conference in Poland.
The first graduates from Gambella Theological College
The importance of youth ministry in the life of the Church
Archbishops from around the Communion have been speaking to ACNS about looking forward to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 as planning for the event gathers momentum and giving their views on the importance of the Anglican Communion.
An Anglican theological college established in the Gambella region of Ethiopia is celebrating after the graduation of its first group of students.
The ecumenical body representing Christian churches in Zimbabwe has called for an end to sanctions and international isolation.
Christian leaders in Zimbabwe make ecumenical appeal for calm following post-election violence in which three people have been killed.
At least 39 people are now known to have died as unprecedented torrential rains causes severe flooding in parts of Kerala, south India.
The Diocese of Kobe, part of the Anglican Communion in Japan, has responded to significant flooding by establishing support centres.
The Bishop of Daejeon, Moses Nak Jun Yoo, has been elected to succeed Bishop Onesimus Park as Primate of the Anglican Church of Korea.
Stewardship, church growth and evangelism will be explored at a conference designed to strengthen US-based Latino / Hispanic congregations.
An official delegation has concluded a visit to Chile ahead of a decision on whether it will become 40th Province of the Anglican Communion.
Tributes have been paid to a leading campaigner for gender justice within the Anglican Communion and the UN, Beth Adamson-Strauss.
The Holy Ghost Anglican Church in Genoa says that its members living near the collapsed Morandi bridge have all been reported safe.
Bishop Kenneth Kearon has written to Roman Catholic bishops who dioceses overlap with his, to welcome Pope Francis’ visit to Ireland.
Britain’s Council of Christians and Jews is promoting an anti-slavery app that was devised as part of a Church of England initiative.
Moves to re-open St Mary’s Cathedral in Taranaki, New Zealand, move a step closer after Resource Consent was granted for the proposals.
Faith leaders can play a vital role achieving change, the Diocese of Melbourne’s first Violence against Women program manager said.
Archbishop of Melbourne rebuts media reports about handling of complaints against a former Archbishop of Brisbane, Dr Peter Hollingworth.
Archbishop Justin Welby will become the first Archbishop of Canterbury to address the Security Council when he speaks on mediation.
World Council of Churches’ Indigenous Global Ecumenical Gathering hosted by the Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.
The World Council of Churches has unveiled new designs for its ecumenical Thursdays in Black campaign against rape and sexual violence.
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