"The suffering, persecution and displacement of Iraqi Christians, especially in the Mosul area, is a disgrace to the international community"
The Diocese of Jerusalem and other Anglican agnecies, have launched an urgent appeal for the Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza as they help those affected by the recent conflict.
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Bishop of Accra Dr Torto said his country had lost track of the values and principles of God.
The decision on 14 July by the General Synod of the Church of England to allow ordination of female bishops has reignited fresh hopes among local women priests of rising to top leadership in the Anglican Church of Kenya.
The Most Revd Nicholas Okoh, the Archbishop of Nigeria urged Anglican youths to build bridges of unity and shun tribalism and ethnic sentiments.
Almost nine months after the crew of the Seaman Guard Ohio were arrested in India, the weapons charges against them have been dropped.
The Anglican Church in Hong Kong has responded to criticisms of Archbishop Paul Kwong's comments about pro-democracy campaigners
The Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) today hit out at the Selangor Islamic authorities for suggesting that the seized Bibles be disposed of, as the row over the holy books escalated.
Marites (Tess) N. Sison has been appointed editor of the 139-year-old Anglican Journal.
The Episcopal Church is granted special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) at the United Nations.
Four-day event ends with celebrating and commissioning for service
Wales will host the international conference of a Christian society which promotes the welfare of girls and young women this weekend.
Archbishop Justin Welby has outlined how General Synod came to approve legislation allowing women to become bishops in the Church of England.
Long-term solutions to end female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriage are essential to ensure progress towards ending harmful practices, says Christian Aid.
Christchurch is grieving over the loss of Dean Lynda Patterson, who died at home after a brief illness.
Representatives of the Pacific island nations at the WCC are returning home with big plans to embed peace and justice in their work and churches
After the relocation of the Mission to Seafarers Centre from downtown Port Vila to the Ports and Habrour area more than 40 seafarers have already enjoyed the facilities provided there.
“Hostilities must cease. Israel, Palestine and the surrounding region must be offered the hope of peace" said World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit
Capellán de la Iglesia de Cristo en Amsterdam, ha pedido oraciones al pueblo de la Diócesis de Europa, tras la desgracia del vuelo MH 17 de Malaysia Airlines
The World Council of Churches has expressed sympathy and sorrow to family, friends and colleagues mourning the deaths of nearly 300 passengers and crew on board Malaysia Airlines flight 17.
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