The death toll from Typhoon Mangkhut in the Philippines has risen to 74 – but officials warn that the final figure could be much higher.
The 150th anniversary of the first print edition of Te Paipera Tapu – the Bible in the Maori language – is being celebrated in New Zealand.
The Anglican Primate of South Sudan, Archbishop Justin Badi Arama, speaks to the Anglican Communion News Service about the latest peace developments in the world's newest country, which has been at war with itself for most of its existence.
The Community of St Anselm is a youth-oriented new monastic movement based at Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s official-residence and office in London. As the next cohort prepare for their commissioning later this month, one of last year’s members, Katy Hirst, reflects on lessons that local churches can learn from living in community.
The Director for Theological Education in the Anglican Communion, the Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer, reviews The Lambeth Conference: Theology, History, Polity and Purpose, edited by Paul Avis and Benjamin M Guyer.
Churches in Zimbabwe have been urged to take steps to help curb a cholera outbreak which has already claimed 25 lives in the country.
The Bishop of Yirol, Simon Adut Yuang, was one of 20 people killed when a plane from Juba crashed into a lake near Yirol Airport.
The national youth coordinator for the Episcopal Church of South Sudan, Joseph Kiri, has died after being shot while travelling to Yei.
Members of the Mothers’ Union in The Church of the Province of Myanmar are helping alleviate suffering caused by flooding in the country.
The death has been announced of the former Moderator of the united Church of Pakistan, leading ecumenist Bishop John Victor Samuel.
The Church of South India continues to respond to flooding in the Kerala region of India with relief centres and social media mobilisation.
Bishop Urbano Duarte, an assistant bishop in the Diocese of Northern Argentina, died in hospital this week after a short illness.
The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church, Michael Curry, has returned to ministry after prostate cancer surgery in July.
The national Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth (Clay) event last month helped bring home the realities of homelessness for participants.
The first independent Chair of the Church of England’s National Safeguarding Panel, former government minister Meg Munn, was installed today.
The Bishops of the Church in Wales will explore formal provision for same-sex couples in church after a debate in its Governing Body.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for a society where church-run food banks and homeless shelters are no longer needed.
The Melbourne Anglican and The Gippsland Anglican newspapers has won gold and silver in the Australasian Religious Press Association awards.
The Anglican Church of the Indian Ocean has designated September as a month of prayer for the three countries in the Province.
Moves to re-open St Mary’s Cathedral in Taranaki, New Zealand, move a step closer after Resource Consent was granted for the proposals.
Churches around the world are responding as eight separate storms, hurricanes and typhoons wreak havoc from the US to Asia.
A number of staff changes have taken place at the Anglican Communion, the Anglican Alliance and the Lambeth Conference Company.
A global ecumenical group of theologians will gather at Lambeth Palace to lay the biblical foundations for the next Lambeth Conference.
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