ISIL poses a “once in a millennium” threat to the survival of Christians in the Middle East, the Archbishop of Canterbury said.
Questions abound about the fate of a 113-year-old mission ship in Malawi named for an Anglican missionary.
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She prayed about it and then settled on who she’d like to invite for the inaugural Back to Church Sunday. When the spirited inviter phoned the person she had in mind, she—accidentally and providentially—dialed the wrong number.
[Updated] The Revd Canon Dr Dickson Chilongani was elected bishop during a Special Synod held on October 8
Freetown Diocese has donated some land where an NGOs can build an Ebola Isolation Unit.
The Diocese of Sunyani now built a brand new Bishops Court at a cost of more than $125,000
Archbishop Paul Kwong on the HK protests: "To engage in real dialogue, we need to develop greater trust in one another."
Bishops from Province IX recently spent time in the Philippines studying the church’s journey to financial self-sustainability in the local context
The Bible Society of Malaysia has said it hopes the new
Anglicans in Bermuda have called for urgent prayer support as the country steels itself for another battering at the hands of Mother Nature.
Former Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold will facilitate the Oct. 16 meeting between trustees of the General Theological Seminary and eight professors whose employment is at the core of the dispute
As Canada troops prepare for deployment to Iraq, Abp Fred Hiltz today urged Anglicans to pray for the people of Syria and Iraq, and the Canadian Armed Forces and their families
The Church of England is being urged to pray for victims of human trafficking at services this Sunday.
London's Deaf Chaplaincy has held an uplifting service to mark the 90th anniversary of its use of the Church of St Saviour's as well as to bid farewell to the Diocese of London's outgoing Deaf Chaplain, the Revd Anne Richardson
The number of Messy Churches being run in the Llandaff Diocese has more than doubled in the last eighteen months – with many more on the way.
The Diocese of Sydney has voted to divest in companies that receive significant profits from gambling revenue.
The Mission to Seafarers have made a plea for six British crew members of the Seaman Guard Ohio detained in India for a year.
More than 90 ordained and lay women from across the province gather at St John’s College for this year’s Women in Ministry Hui.
Members of the Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network (EDAN), a programme of the World Council of Churches (WCC), met in the Netherlands to develop a new statement with the working title “Gift of Being: Called to be a Church of All and for All”.
new online survey supported by the World Council of Churches (WCC) aims to promote the study of issues such as the environment, climate change and food security as part of the training of future pastors, priests and other Christian leaders.
[Prospect Magazine] "We may have to use force in the Middle East, but we should not relinquish our values"
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