The leaders of 33 Anglican provinces are returning to their home churches “refreshed and renewed” after this week’s Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury.
06 October 2017
A new global commission to tackle inter-faith tensions has been launched by the Anglican Communion at the end of its 2017 Primates’ Meeting.
Archbishop Suheil Dawani of Jerusalem and the Middle East has briefed his fellow Anglican Primates on his province’s reconciliation ministry.
The entire population of the Vanuatuan island of Ambae has being evacuated amid fears that the giant Manaro volcano is about to erupt.
05 October 2017
A discussion by Anglican primates about evangelism and discipleship strategies was so lively, it continued through the lunch break.
04 October 2017
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby briefs journalists on Day Two of the Primates' Meeting in Canterbury.
03 October 2017
The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church, Michael Curry, reads a statement following the shooting in Las Vegas.
The Archbishops of Canterbury, Kenya and Hong Kong, and the secretary general of the Anglican Communion, at the Primates’ Meeting press conference.
Anglican primates have discussed the decision by the Scottish Episcopal Church to change their marriage cannon to permit same-sex marriage.
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