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Thy Kingdom Come - international videos

Thy Kingdom Come - international videos

The invitational video for the Thy Kingdom Come prayer initiative is available with a number of international subtitles.

09 September 2016

God in Gambella

The world has focused on refugees arriving in the EU from the Middle East but there is a story seldom told about refugees in Ethiopia – and how God is moving through them.

05 September 2016

Christians unite in World Day of Prayer for Creation

Christians around the globe are uniting in a World Day of Prayer for Creation today – a move which was started by the spiritual leader of the Orthodox churches.

01 September 2016

Refugee crisis: economic injustice and opportunity for hospitality

The senior Anglican chaplain in Athens, Malcolm Bradshaw, spoke at last weekend’s Greenbelt festival about the work of the church in helping refugees in Greece. 

31 August 2016

East African choirs unite to support regional peace

Cathedral choirs from around east Africa descended on Kigali, Rwanda, last week for a celebration of Christian music and to enhance “regional peace, integration and cooperation.”

25 August 2016

US-Ghana partnership to tackle child slavery

The Anglican Diocese of Accra has won the backing of the US government for its ambitious programme to tackle modern-day slavery and child trafficking.

24 August 2016

Archbishop of Wales to step down in January

The longest serving Primate in the Anglican Communion, Archbishop of Wales Dr Barry Morgan, will retire at the end of January.

23 August 2016

Formalities and celebrations as Burundi's new Archbishop installed

The new Archbishop of Burundi, the Most Revd Martin Blaise Nyaboho, was installed on Sunday at a service in which legal formalities were mixed with a sense of real celebration.

22 August 2016

Archbishop Welby: Abuse victims must be heard

The silencing of abuse victims is itself a form of abuse “as bad if not worse than the first betrayal,” Archbishop Justin Welby said.

12 August 2016

African Churches urged not to be distracted by Western progressives

The secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has urged Anglican leaders in Africa not to “fall in line” with “socially progressive” views and programmes “which suggest that the Bible is wrong”.

09 August 2016

Multimedia

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry introduces the Good Book Club

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Episcopal Church launches “Good Book Club” Easter Bible study

The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church is inviting Christians to join a global Bible study of Luke and Acts around Easter 2018.

India’s faiths commit to “just and inclusive communities” for people with disabilities

A round-table discussion on disability has brought together participants from eight faiths to explore how communities can promote inclusion.