The first permanent, ecumenical, accredited training course for Christian ministry in Bermuda is a step closer to becoming reality thanks to a partnership between the Anglican Church of Bermuda, the Bermuda College and Canada’s Atlantic School of Theology.
Historic agreements have been signed between Anglican and Oriental Orthodox Churches helping to heal the oldest continuing division within Christianity.
VIDEO: The closure of St Mary's Cathedral in Taranaki
Why I - as a bishop and a scientist - support the Pilgrimage to Paris
What's in a name? On (compass) roses, koinonia, and the gift of communion
The parable of the Anglican Communion Provincial Directory
The General Secretary of Anglican Church of Tanzania is concerned that parts of Tanzania have a food crisis looming and is eager that the Church should prepare for upcoming food shortages now.
The Diocese of Cape Town in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa has launched its stewardship campaign with the message that stewardship is “not just about giving money – it’s about giving everything” - including trash.
The Archbishop of Sudan, part of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan, has been awarded this year’s Pro Fide award by the Finnish based religious liberty group Friends of the Martyred Church.
The Sermon by the Most Revd Renato Mag-Gay Abibico, Prime Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines,at the opening of the Council of Churches of East Asia Full Assembly, October 2015
The Archbishop of South East Asia, the Most Revd Bolly Lapok, has called on Malaysia’s new education minister to apologise for “divisive and incendiary remarks” he made recently about Christians and Jews.
Poverty is a scourge, a scandal and a sin against God, the Most Revd Renato Mag-Gay Abibico, the Prime Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, said in a sermon during a poignant service to open the full assembly of the Council of Churches of East Asia (CCEA).
The Primate of Brazil has welcomed the United Nations’ new programme of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and has called on churches in the Province to adopt them so that they can “help to shape our communities into agents of transformation.”
Faith in Christ must overthrow “voices of violence and fear that seemingly compel us to stock our lives with firearms”
Caring for creation is urgent theological and spiritual challenge, says ACEN secretary
The Church of England has spoken of its “deep shame and regret” this afternoon after a former diocesan bishop was sentenced to 36 months in prison after admitting a series of abuse offences against 18 young men.
A Church of England XI will take on a team of cricketers representing the Vatican later this month in a repeat of last year’s historic first encounter in Canterbury.
The new Scottish Episcopal Institute has been dedicated by the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church with a challenge that the contexts of ministry that people are being called to will "become ever more complex and demanding."
Christians, Jews and Muslims will take part in an interfaith walk for peace in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday afternoon to “celebrate and cement their unity.”
St Mary’s Cathedral in New Plymouth will close temporarily for earthquake strengthening. The Taranaki Anglican Trust Board has decided this for safety reasons. This follows an engineer’s report and an extensive parish consultation.
Member of religious community killed “mistakenly” on his way back to household, says order leader
Almost 400 people jammed into the arena which is at the heart of King’s College Otahuhu on Tuesday for the powhiri [Māori welcoming ceremony] that launched the 2015 Common Life Missions Conference.
Participants look at landmark statement on Christian witness in a multi-religious world
Ecumenical delegates visit Kurdistan region, current home to 80% of Christians remaining in Iraq
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