One third of the population of Lebanon are refugees from other countries, an Anglican delegation heard this week as they met with the Middle East Council of Churches in Beirut.
Archbishop Mouneer Anis has called on Anglicans to pray and advocate with Egyptian authorities after a court effectively subsumed the diocese into a separate denominational body.
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Being proactive, building links and bringing peace to a world in turmoil – those are the main tasks ahead for the Anglican Communion, according to Archbishop Paul Kwong.
The Archbishop Emeritus of Burundi, Bernard Ntahoturi, joined a delegation from the World Council of Churches (WCC) last week in a solidarity visit to churches in Ethiopia.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, the Primate of Nigeria, has said that large communities of people need “a recognisable Anglican presence”.
South Africa’s church leaders have said that the country is facing a constitutional crisis.
The Church of Pakistan has designated 22 September – the anniversary of the 2013 attack on All Saints Church in Peshawar – as the Day of the Christian Martyrs in Pakistan.
Asia Bibi, the Christian woman on death row in Pakistan after being convicted of blasphemy in a row over drinking water, will have to wait for her Supreme Court appeal after a hearing due to take place today was adjourned.
A selection of photos as more than 700 new believers are baptised at a service to mark the 70th anniversary of the CSI.
The US-based Episcopal Church’s ministry in response to North Dakota Access Pipline protests are evolving as attitutes change and winter draws near.
he primate of the Anglican Church of Canada has presented the province’s Anglican Award of Merit to Anglican Consultative Council member Suzanne Lawson.
Food, water and shelter is being provided for approximately 520 families staying on church properties in Haiti’s southern peninsula following last week’s devastating Hurricane Matthew.
A hymn written by the Dean of St Christopher’s Cathedral in Bahrain has won a competition to mark the 40th anniversary of the Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf.
The 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, in which 116 children and 28 adults were killed, is being remembered across Wales and elsewhere in the United Kingdom.
The Church in Wales has joined five other UK Christian churches in calling for an end to the fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo.
An ecumenical body has said that Australia’s faith communities should be allowed to settle and care for asylum seekers being held in offshore detention centres.
Complaints of church-based sexual abuse in Australia’s internal province of Victoria will be investigated by an independent body with its own board of directors.
The Archbishop of Melbourne, Philip Freier, has criticised Australia’s migration policy during a “public conversation” in a local theatre.
A simple act of solidarity with the people of Aleppo by a parish of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland has turned into a global initiative supported by several Anglican churches.
The Primate of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, will visit London, England, in December to take part in the Mission to Seafarers annual Christmas carol service.
Anglicans around the world are continuing to serve in the front-line of assisting refugees and asylum seekers through a mixture of advocacy and practical care.
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