Churches in India’s southern Kerala state have given a mixed response to government proposals for a total prohibition of alcohol within 10 years.
The Most Revd Albert Chama has told ACNS that the Provincial Churches need to co-operate and share best practice to have the most impact.
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Congo Anglicans have re-elected the Most Revd Henri Isingoma as Primate of the Province de L'Eglise Anglicane Du Congo,
A hospice manager has revealed that a culture of not accepting death as an natural process is preventing people in Botswana getting palliative care.
Harpur Memorial Hospital in Menouf has opened a new clinic to identify and treat Hepatitis C and it’s complications.
"Christians, who have a calling for peace and unification, should reject all machinations of war, and...should rise up for the peace and reunification of this country.” - Korean Christian Federation Chair
Seminar speakers highlight lay training as vital to Church growth
The World Council of Churches (WCC) invites its member churches to join in prayer for peace and reunification of the Korean peninsula on Sunday, 10 August.
[ENS] The Revd Alvarado will succeed the Rt Revd Martín Barahona who is retiring.
The Anglican Diocese of El Salvador recently named five priests, including two in the Episcopal Church, as candidates to be its next bishop.
At CLAY 2014, Anglican and Lutheran youth gathered for worship, to explore different areas of ministry, and to discuss issues such as faith and social media, right to water, and being Church in today’s world.
The two Churches remain committed to joint working on safeguarding but "changes are needed in the light of new demands".
During his week of prayer and fasting for peace, the Archbishop of York has challenged the UK Government to act following a massacre in Mosul.
The Church of England is calling on its members to pray, act and give to those suffering in Iraq under the actions of ISIS.
The Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia have urged Anglicans in their province to pray this Sunday for Iraq
The Auckland Anglican and Catholic Bishops called on the New Zealand government called on Israel to return to "its pre-1967 borders"
Preaching at the Holy Sepulchre Maori Mission Church in Auckland yesterday, Archbishop Justin Welby reflected on events in Iraq, Nigeria and elsewhere
Amidst the reality of tensions often fueled by religions, a group of Christian, Muslim and Jewish youth has formed a multi-faith community
A survey has revealed what Anglicans want from their bishops in response to global climate change
Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Philip Freier made a joint statement on the crisis in northern Iraq during press conference in Melbourne, Australia yesterday.
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