The Anglican Journal asked leadership within the Anglican Church of Canada to reflect on the role of the church in troubled times.
An Anglican bishop in Zambia has urged his countrymen to be thankful for the 50 years of independence
Archbishop of York's response to the Waddington Inquiry
The lure of prime-time suffering
Does the Church deserve to survive?
The underlying theme in all these resources is that Christ came into the world to reconcile us to God and to one another. In Christ we are one body and have one hope.
The voice of one of Kenya's primates has been preserved in his autobiography launched last week.
[NPR] There's one place in Monrovia where people continue to gather despite the threat of Ebola: Sunday church service.
The Sudanese Air Force dropped four bombs on an Episcopal Church of Sudan (ECS) complex in the Nuba Mountains on Friday (Oct. 10), church leaders said.
In a recent visit to the Diocese of Peshawar, Pakistan, Andy Bowerman, Co-Director for the Anglican Alliance, heard from those affected by the bombing of All Saints Church last year.
Archbishop Paul Kwong on the HK protests: "To engage in real dialogue, we need to develop greater trust in one another."
Bishops from Province IX recently spent time in the Philippines studying the church’s journey to financial self-sustainability in the local context
[Episcopal News Service] Americans are increasingly worried about the country’s polarized political debate
Com o desafio de revitalizar o ministério da juventude na IEAB, este GT esta organizando mais um ENUJAB.
Diocese of Ottawa Bishop John H. Chapman has called for prayers following the shooting on Parliament Hill this morning.
An Us campaign to tackle domestic violence has touched hearts in Britain and Ireland
Dublin and Glendalough has unveiled a new initiative to respond to the crisis in Gaza.
A survey of church shows 6% of those listed are physically ‘at risk’, fewer than previously thought
Christians can't allow the focus on child poverty to get blurry, say our bishops. So they've commended a new resource to the church.
Bishop Ken Short AO, former missionary, military chaplain, Dean of Sydney and Bishop of Wollongong, Parramatta and the Defence Forces, has died at the age of 87.
The Diocese of Sydney has voted to divest in companies that receive significant profits from gambling revenue.
Multinational companies may have a moral duty to pay more tax than the letter of the law strictly requires of them, according to a new Christian Aid report
On Tuesday (14 October) 120 pioneers met at the Church Mission Society in Oxford for their second annual conversations day on pioneering.
Members of the Ecumenical Disability Advocates Network (EDAN), a programme of the World Council of Churches (WCC), met in the Netherlands to develop a new statement with the working title “Gift of Being: Called to be a Church of All and for All”.
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