The Anglican Church of Canada is taking another step forward in its fight against human trafficking and modern slavery with a new discernment group.
01 August 2017
The leader of the US-based Episcopal Church, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, has hit out at President Donald Trump’s announced ban on transgender people serving in the US military.
31 July 2017
More than 10 months after a group of young women began living with members of the Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (SSJD)in Toronto, the inaugural Companions on the Way programme is drawing to a close—an experience that left a major impact on sisters and companions alike.
26 July 2017
A three day workshop has taken place in Kingstown, the capital of St Vincent and the Grenadines, aimed at helping people set up a development project in their local community, as part of the ‘Agents of Change’ programme.
24 July 2017
Anglican chaplains can be found on Canadian university campuses from Halifax to Victoria, and every year, they play a vital role in helping young adults adjust to the strains of navigating higher education.
21 July 2017
The Anglican Alliance has been on a fact finding mission to the Episcopal Diocese of Cuba to learn more about its mission and development programme.
18 July 2017
Three quarters of the current women priests and deacons in the Anglican Church of Mexico have held a gathering to celebrate the ministry of ordained women in the province.
17 July 2017
As wildfires rage across British Columbia’s Central Interior, Anglican leaders in the region are doing what they can to support their communities, says Bishop Barbara Andrews of the Central Interior-based Territory of the People.
13 July 2017
The Revd Bill Miller is taking a close friend to Las Vegas on vacation, but this trip is about the bark, not the bet.
11 July 2017
Episcopal pilgrims in the United States have reached Day 30 of their 410-mile journey down the Connecticut River
04 July 2017
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry introduces the Good Book Club
Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?
All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.
The Anglican Communion has announced that Sudan will, in a few months from now, become a separate Province is its own right. Currently, Sudan is an internal province within the Anglican Church of South Sudan and Sudan.
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