Anglicans in Japan’s Tohoku Diocese this week celebrated the consecration and dedication of its new cathedral.
The Anglican Church in Myanmar is forging ahead with its strategic plans for Church and Community development thanks to renewed support from its international and local partners.
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Central Africa Primate: “The Anglican Church does not just end by preaching the good news at the pulpit. We’re here also to touch people’s lives."
A training session for people from across the Province was recently held in Zimbabwe.
The Episcopal Church in the Philippines (ECP) has completed the initial relief phase of its response to Typhoon Haiyan – known locally as Yolanda
[The Nation] Retired Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called the UNHRC to push for an independing international inquiry in Sri Lanka
The World Council of Churches (WCC) has expressed its support for an appeal against a Malaysian court’s decision in October 2013 forbidding the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims.
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The Episcopal Church of Cuba has a clear vision moving into its next triennium:
The Church of England have joined a global coalition to campaign for an end to the violence and suffering in Syria
Church in Wales members are being being asked to look again at positive changes in their churches and spread the good news on Twitter.
A gathering of church representatives from around the country have set out plans for a sports conference to be held in a number of dioceses, where sports advisers will link churches with local sporting opportunities.
[AnglicanTaonga] Bp Victoria Matthews is astounded a proposal to fund restoration of ChristChurch Cathedral was without consulting the Church.
When Pope Francis visited Lampedusa, an Italian island where many refugees arrive and many die trying to reach safety, he said that "we are a society that has forgotten how to weep."
Australia’s first woman diocesan bishop, Dr Sarah Macneil, has been consecrated in northern New South Wales.
In an audience with Pope Francis in the Vatican, the World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit stressed the significance of Christian unity.
You and your church can mark International Women's Day this year with the Anglican Alliance's latest resource, which celebrates women around the Communion and sets out ideas for your community to empower women and inspire change.
Women from 18 Provinces of the Anglican Communion have converged on New York, USA, to collectively take part the UN’s annual Commission on the Status of Women.
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