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A year in the life of the Anglican Communion at the UN

A year in the life of the Anglican Communion at the UN

The Administration and Research Assistant at the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations, Marla Teixeira, outlines the office’s activities during 2019 and looks ahead to a busy 2020.

Marla Teixeira | 14 January 2020
Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Church of Bangladesh

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Church of Bangladesh

The Most Revd Samuel Sunil Mankhin, Moderator and Primate of Anglican Church in Bangladesh, introduces his province and sets out prayer pointers.

Moderator Samuel Sunil Mankhin | 14 January 2020
Changing the way the Anglican Communion communicates

Changing the way the Anglican Communion communicates

The Anglican Communion’s Director for Communications, Gavin Drake, outlines a new strategy and direction for the Communications department of the Anglican Communion Office.

Gavin Drake | 07 January 2020
Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Anglican Church of Australia

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Anglican Church of Australia

Archbishop Philip Freier introduces his province and provides some specific prayer pointers.

Archbishop Philip Freier | 07 January 2020
Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

Archbishops Donald Tamihere, Philip Richardson and Fereimi Cama introduce their province and provide some specific prayer pointers.

Archbishops Don Tamihere, Philip Richardson and Fereimi Cama | 31 December 2019
My Status, My Health, My Life

My Status, My Health, My Life

Duncan Dormor and Artwell Sipinyu reflect on an Anglican Church in Zimbabwe (ACZ) programme that is transforming lives with its clear message of love and inclusion for people living with HIV and AIDS.

Duncan Dormor and Artwell Sipinyu | 29 November 2019
Faith at AIDS 2020

Faith at AIDS 2020

Marla Teixeira, Administration and Research Assistant for the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations, reflects on the role faith-based organisations can have in responding to HIV and AIDS, ahead of World Aids Day on 1 December.

Marla Teixeira | 28 November 2019