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VIDEO: How to talk about your faith - Part One

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is inviting Christians around the world to pray as one for people to know Jesus Christ.

The aim of the wave of prayer running from Ascension to Pentecost (25 May to 4 June 2017) is to unite Christian churches in a focused time of prayer for more people to come to know Jesus Christ and for the Holy Spirit to give them confidence in being witnesses about their faith.

For further information visit thykingdomcome.global/

21 March 2017 | Vimeo | Open media

VIDEO: Be Bold For Change

Be Bold For Change - inspiration in the House of Lords

The Bishop of Gloucester, the Right Revd Rachel Treweek inspired and challenged MPs and guests at an event in the House of Lords on Tuesday 7 March  to mark International Women’s Day. Seven organisations teamed up for this event in the House of Lords, bringing both a challenge and some inspiring stories on gender equality. For the full story click here

17 March 2017 | YouTube | Open media

VIDEO: Anglican campaigners at UN women's conference

Anglican, episcopal and Mothers' Union delegates talk about their hopes for UN Commission on the Status of Women 2017

14 March 2017 | YouTube | Open media

VIDEO: The Archbishop of Canterbury helping Christians to share their faith

The Archbishop of Canterbury is to launch a new training session aimed at helping Christians to share their faith.

The video, which will be available for download and use in churches from 20 March 2017, is part of Thy Kingdom Come – the global wave of prayer between Ascension and Pentecost.

In this trailer, the Archbishop is featured in conversation with the Ven Liz Adekunle, the Archdeacon of Hackney; Rachel Gardner, youth worker and founder of Romance Academy; and the Rt Revd Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford.

The four discuss how and why Christians share their faith, what some of the barriers are, and how to build confidence in evangelism.

10 March 2017 | Vimeo | Open media

VIDEO: ‘Let’s treat water as sacred’ – Archbishop of Cape Town

The Archbishop of Cape Town has appealed to people in industrialised countries to fight climate change through changing their lifestyles, in the wake of drought and flooding in southern Africa. The Most Rev Dr Thabo Makgoba called for people in developed countries to eat less red meat and recycle more to reduce the amount of plastic dumped in the seas. His remarks were made in an interview given in the UK to promote the JustWater campaign by churches worldwide to raise awareness of drought and floods and the need for access to safe water supplies and sanitation across the world. To read an address given in full by Archbishop Thabo at St Mary le Bow Church in the City of London see http://archbishop.anglicanchurchsa.org/

14 February 2017 | YouTube | Open media

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Sudan announced as a new Province within 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.

Plans unveiled for Archbishop Janani Luwum 40th anniversary commemorations

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