After more than three decades serving as a model for successful resettlement and integration, the Episcopal Migration Ministries’ satellite office in Miami, Florida is to close at the end of July.
02 March 2017
The four leaders of the Anglican, Episcopal and Lutheran churches in Canada and the United States have called for the Season of Lent to be especially marked by “prayers and advocacy for refugees and migrants – on the run, in United Nations camps, in waiting, in our communities.”
A new book, designed as a theological resource to help those who are undergoing persecution – and to develop a wider understanding of the issue - has been published by the Anglican Inter Faith Network.
28 February 2017
Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, has said that as Anglican educators and bishops and clergy debate how theological education should be adapted to meet the needs of the 21st-century church, they should not lose sight of the fact that the final goal is to produce ministers with a “Christ-like character.”
23 February 2017
Bishop John Inge of Worcester in the English Midlands, whose diocese has longstanding links with Peru, has travelled there this week to meet the new diocesan Bishop, the Rt Revd Jorge Aguilar and suffragean Bishop Alejandro Mesco.
Women from more than 20 countries around the Anglican Communion will be at the United Nations in New York next month to press for greater economic empowerment for women across the globe.
22 February 2017
The Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands is appealing for donations after a boys’ home that it ran for more than fifty years was completely destroyed by a fire.
14 February 2017
The Anglican diocese of British Columbia has called on the government of Canada to increase its targets for refugee resettlement to allow at least 7,000 more refugees to enter the country this year.
10 February 2017
The US-based Episcopal Church’s Executive Council has reaffirmed its support for the Sioux people of Standing Rock as they protest against the construction of a major oil pipeline through ancient burial grounds and the Missouri River.
09 February 2017
The Episcopal Church in the United States has held the first of six “Revivals” being planned with diocesan teams in different cities around the country and the world this year and in 2018.
08 February 2017
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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.
A major commemoration will take place next month to mark the 40th Anniversary of the assassination of Archbishop Janani Luwum by Uganda’s then-president, Idi Amin.
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