Archbishop Desmond Tutu has observed that Zambia has room for improvement in the fight against child marriage.
From ministry areas to community cafes, changes happening in churches across Wales can be seen in a short film now available online.
Archbishop Tutu calls for an end to the fossil fuel era
Justin Welby - the greatest foreign secretary we will never have
Naked celebrities: a rude awakening
Interfaith Iftar in Jerusalem: Community, Prayer and Hope during war
Colorado diocese to send medical, reconciliation team
An Anglican bishop has said families need to register their children's birth.
“Imagine if the President and former Vice President could forgive each other and form a government of national unity!”- Bishop Moses Deng Bol
Archbishop of Canterbury calls for prayers on the first anniversary of the suicide bombings at All Saints Church, Peshawar, Pakistan. Read his statement.
Anglican Alliance Regional Facilitator for Asia, Michael Roy, reports on severe flooding across the region, that have killed hundreds of people, washed away homes and left thousands stranded.
Churches in India’s southern Kerala state have given a mixed response to government proposals for a total prohibition of alcohol within 10 years.
Members of the House of Bishops have begun learning about the theological context and mission challenges faced by Episcopal and Anglican churches in Asia.
The following is an account of the activities for September 19.
The 75-week celebration, which will continue through the end of 2015, invites supporters to learn more about the organization’s programs and get involved in campaigns to raise $7.5 million to sustain its vital work.
Guidelines for new legislation to ordain women as bishops aim to make everyone feel valued in the Church
The Bishop of Durham has addressed an international conference on safeguarding within the Church. His speech asked the key question of how can we become the leaders in safeguarding
Church of England cricketers beat a Vatican team on Friday in a historic match in support of a joint initiative to wipe out modern slavery and human trafficking.
Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral has been re-opened, and last evening regulars and visitors saw their cathedral in a new light.
The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney has written to Prime Minister Tony Abbott, asking for Australia’s humanitarian intake to be lifted to 20,000.
To raise awareness of the impact of climate change, representatives of churches, ecumenical organizations and the United Nations stood together in the sea in Apia, Samoa
30 faith leaders representing nine religions signed their names to a statement calling for concrete actions to curb carbon emissions.
A conference preceding the UN Climate Summit in New York has brought together worldwide faiths and traditions to examine the moral imperative and religious call to take action on climate change.
“To respond to the ecological crisis, we must move beyond mere talk to action,” said Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople
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