Forum at Buckfast Abbey puts spotlight on hopes and aspirations of younger religious
‘The Gospel does not stop women, culture does,’ says Church of Pakistan educational trainer
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Portraits aim to break stereotypes and move the public towards committed action
The Botswanan Minister of Youth, Sport and Culture, Mr Thapelo Olopeng has challenged churches to approach the government and show interest in the implementation of some of its programmes.
The wives of Tanzanian Anglican bishops welcomed Mrs Caroline Welby to lead a retreat with them at the Mother’s Union centre in Mtumba near Dodoma on 14-16 July
The Anglican Church, the Evangelical Baptist Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church have appealed for peace over the sensitive land issue.
Commemorations to mark VJ Day – the end of the Second World War in the Pacific – have tended to be a lesser commemoration, in Britain at least, than VE Day – the end of the Second World War in Europe.
Nepal is still decades away from full recovery, nearly 100 days after an earthquake left thousands dead and many more injured and without homes
An Anglican chapel dedicated to Saint Francis will shortly be dedicated in the village of Pivo
Bishop urges Indigenous and non-Indigenous residents to address other community challenges together
The Primate of the Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil (the Episcopal Anglican Church in Brazil) has called for action to combat and prevent human trafficking.
In January 2000, Barack Obama made history when he became the first black man to take the office of President of the United States of America.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has endorsed and welcomed an initiative from the Council of Christians and Jews (CCJ) in the UK
Church of England parish churches set a record £953 million in 2013 as the amount raised from a combination of regular and one-off donations, investments and legacies.
A newly renovated children’s department at the Princess Basma Centre for Children with Disabilities, a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, has been inaugurated by the Archbishop in Jerusalem, the Most Revd Suheil Dawani.
The latest All Right? survey shows churches and other faith networks are integral to the wellbeing of many Cantabrians.
Diocese reaches out to locally-based Anglicans and Chinese tourists with weekly worship service in Mandarin
Relief distribution teams encounter stories of resilience and disaster preparedness
New leader looks to further ongoing transformation of communities through fighting poverty and injustice
he Anglican Communion’s first mission theologian got an early jump during General Convention on his task of identifying “new Augustines” in the Global South.
Distinguished academic and historian of Christianity known his work on the Victorian Church of England, Cardinal Newman and Michael Ramsey
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