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When the waters run dry

When the waters run dry

The environmental coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, the Revd Dr Rachel Mash, considers the on-going drought emergency in Cape Town in the Lenten reflection.

The Revd Dr Rachel Mash | 12 February 2018 | 0 comments
Finding my voice in the scariness of silence

Finding my voice in the scariness of silence

Congolese-born actress and writer Dora Jejey is spending a Year in God’s Time as part of the Community of St Anselm, based at Lambeth Palace, London. In this post, she explores the scariness of silence, following a retreat in Cornwall.

Dora Jejey | 02 February 2018 | 0 comments
China and Christian 'culture clashes'

China and Christian 'culture clashes'

Alice Wu is an Anglican writer based in Hong Kong 

Alice Wu | 29 January 2018 | 1 comment
A bird needs two wings to fly

A bird needs two wings to fly

The Anglican Communion’s Director for Women in Church and Society, the Revd Terrie Robinson, argues that men must play as equal a part as women in the fight for gender-justice.

The Revd Terrie Robinson | 26 January 2018 | 0 comments
The Diaconate – Renewing an Ancient Ministry

The Diaconate – Renewing an Ancient Ministry

Having been ordained in 1977, the Revd Canon Michael Jackson from the Diocese of Qu’Appelle is the longest serving deacon in the Anglican Church of Canada. In this blog, he explores the permanent diaconate.

The Revd Canon Michael Jackson | 24 January 2018 | 3 comments
Haiti: An admirable nation and a great people

Haiti: An admirable nation and a great people

Bishop of California, Marc Andrus, reflects on recent comments attributed to President Donald Trump about Haiti and African nations.

Bishop Marc Andrus | 15 January 2018 | 0 comments
A city without love is like a city without water

A city without love is like a city without water

The honorary director of lay discipleship in the Diocese in Europe, Dr Clare Amos, looks back on a 40-year association with Jerusalem, which began with a gap year in 1970 and included time as course director in the city’s St George’s College.

Dr Clare Amos | 12 January 2018 | 0 comments

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New Anglican Inter Faith Commission begins work with meeting in Cairo

Members of the Anglican Communion’s new Inter Faith Commission will gather for their first meeting next week, in Cairo, Egypt.

Archbishop of Canterbury: The Anglican Communion is in a better place than it was five years ago

In an interview with the Church Times, Archbishop Justin says the Anglican Communion is in “a better place” than it was five years ago.

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Lent Resources from around the Anglican Communion

A collection of resources for Lent from the provinces, networks and agencies of the Anglican Communion and partner organisations.

Bishop of Maridi elected to lead the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan

Bishop Justin Badi Arama has been elected as the new Primate of the Church of South Sudan, to succeed Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul.