The changes to church law needed to create a self-determining spiritual community for indigenous Canadian Anglicans could be made in 2019.
The Anglican Communion News Service is producing a series of short biographies of all of the primates in the run up to next month’s Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury. Every weekday, ACNS will add an extra five – with a small photograph. On ACNS, there will also be a series of videos and blogs from a range of those attending.
Preparing for Primates 2017 - Abp Francisco de Assis da Silva
Prayers for the Primates’ Meeting October 2017
Rosh Hoshanah 2017
All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.
Peace in South Sudan can be achieved by committed Christians, Archbishop Moses Deng Bol, of the internal province of Bahr el Ghazel, said.
The Bishop of Johannesburg, the Right Revd Dr Steve Moreo, has warned that the high levels of poverty in South Africa pose a great danger to the country.
Bishop James Wong of the Seychelles has been elected as the new Archbishop and Primate of the Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean.
For the first time in its 70-year history, the Ming Hua Theological College has been approved to offer Bachelors and Masters degree courses.
A round-table discussion on disability has brought together participants from eight faiths to explore how communities can promote inclusion.
An ecumenical association for theological educators in Myanmar held a training workshop on cross cultural mission and research approaches this month.
More than 225 people have died after a large earthquake struck Mexico; and Caribbean islands are being devastated by Hurricane Maria.
Bishop Jane Alexander will be honoured by the University of Alberta next week for her work in "local and international human rights”.
A book of poems written by the girls of an Episcopal orphanage in Honduras has been published as a film about the girls screens at film festivals.
A new training course to help priests appointed to interim ministry posts has been delivered by the Church of England’s Diocese in Europe.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is one of 18 global leaders and experts on a new United Nations High Level Advisory Board on Mediation.
The Anglican Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf has partnered with a Canadian theological college to accredit its lay training course.
The first constitutional bishop for the Pacific island nation of Tonga is its third bishop since Anglican missionary Alfred Willis arrived in 1902.
The Anglican Church of Australia has issued a “heartfelt apology” to victims of domestic violence for failures in teaching and pastoral care.
The Anglican Church in Australia has told the Canberra government to act with urgency over its commitment to the 2015 Paris accord on climate change. And its General Synod has also urged the church to get its own house in order and cut its carbon footprint.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has been speaking of his excitement at the prospect of next month’s Primates’ Meeting.
Theologians from the Anglican and Reformed/Presbyterian traditions gathered in the South African city of Durban last week for the third International Reformed-Anglican Dialogue (IRAD).
Mission; women and gender issues; ecumenical dialogues and the work of the Anglican Alliance topped the agenda earlier this week as the ACC Standing Committee gathered in London.
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