The Primate of Nigeria, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, has called on Christians in the north of the country to remain faithful despite an onslaught of persecution.
Two bishops responsible for Anglican and Episcopal churches in Europe have responded to Friday’s deadly shooting attack in Munich.
The enthronement of Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit
How long, O Lord, how long?
Praying for the persecuted church
Outside St Alban’s Episcopal Church in Indianapolis, dozens of white crosses stand as a memorial to murder victims, surrounded by crops that will provide fresh food for a needy neighbourhood.
The Diocese of Northern Uganda has been praised by the country’s armed forces for its crisis response in support for the thousands of refugees streaming into the country from South Sudan.
The Anglican Alliance is helping to co-ordinating the response from Anglican churches and agencies around the world to the ongoing violence in South Sudan.
The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has lamented the latest escalation of violence in Juba, South Sudan.
Churches throughout India are stepping up protests against the country’s discriminatory caste system which disadvantages Dalit Christians and Muslims.
The Diocese of Madurai-Ramnad in the Church of South India has opened a new peace centre in Mandapasalai, on the border of the “ever sensitive” Virudhunagar and Ramanathapuram districts.
The Synod of the Anglican Church in Japan, the Nippon Sei Ko kai (NSKK) has issued a public apology for their part in the isolation and inhumane treatment of people with Hansen’s Disease (leprosy).
The Caribbean is a “paradise” but it is “very, very fragile” and under threat from environmental damage, the Archbishop of the West Indies said.
The Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada has acknowledged the “deep divisions” in the church about same-sex marriage.
Contrary to initial reports, a recount of the vote to allow same-sex marriage in the Anglican Church of Canada showed that the motion was, in fact, passed.
Researchers from the BBC have identified a north Cumbrian church as being on the site of the first ever recorded settlement of African people in Britain.
Practitioners, teachers and researchers in practical theology converged on the Irish town of Limerick last week for the annual British Irish Association of Practical Theology Conference.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has welcomed a new UK-government scheme to allow community groups in the country to directly sponsor a refugee family.
The area around the edge of the Sydney basin is becoming one of the city’s fastest growing new suburbs, thanks for development by the New South Wales state government.
A drone has been used got get up to date information about the damage to the interior of New Zealand’s Christchurch Cathedral.
The Bishop of Melbourne, Philip Huggins, has been installed as the eighth president of National Council of Churches in Australia.
The United Nations’ 21st International Aids Conference got underway yesterday (Monday) as some 18,000 delegates from 183 countries gathered in Durban, South Africa.
Anglicans from around the world have made a new commitment to fight for climate justice at an international consultation in Fiji.
Anglicans from around the world are gathering in Fiji this week for an international consultation on climate justice.
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