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World Day of Prayer for Creation

Anglicans will join Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christians on 1 September in the World Day of Prayer for Creation. In this video, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby speaks about climate change, warning that it is “not potentially bad [but] potentially fatal for the most fragile countries and regions on earth.”

17 August 2016 | YouTube | Open media

The enthronement of Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit

The sixth Archbishop and Primate of Kenya, Jackson Ole Sapit, is enthroned at a service in All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi.

14 July 2016 | YouTube | Open media

In Profile: Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit

Archbishop Jackson Ole Sapit talks about his life growing up, his inspiration to follow Christ and election as Archbishop of Kenya.

14 July 2016 | YouTube | Open media

Christchurch Cathedral earthquake drone foootage

A camera attached to a drone captures captivating imagery from inside Christchurch's earthquake-damaged Cathedral.

07 July 2016 | YouTube | Open media

Meet "the coolest grandma on Earth"

As part of its campaign against cuts in the Australian government’s aid budget, Anglican Overseas Aid, has produced this video featuring Grandma Martha, from Nyeri County in Kenya. Grandma Martha had to raise her grandchildren after her son died from HIV. In the video, she explains the difference Australian aid has made in the life of her family and community.

16 June 2016 | YouTube | Open media

Top News

Abp Welby's vision for youth discipleship, evangelism and Kingdom-building

The Archbishop of Canterbury has described his hope of young people “being disciples of Jesus, being witnesses to Jesus and being servants of the Kingdom.”

East Asia Youth Forum heralds call to full time Christian ministry

The Council of Churches of East Asia Youth Forum was held in Kuala Lumpur recently with the theme “Rise for God and Service to Neighbours through Christ”. 

Features 

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.”

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.