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WCC pilgrims remember atom bomb's deadly destruction 70 years ago in Hiroshima

Anglican Communion Primates from Japan and Pakistan part of group seeking end to nuclear weapons

07 August 2015

WCC encourages churches to pray on Hiroshima Day

Anglican Communion Primates join ecumenical pilgrimage to abolish nuclear weapons

06 August 2015

Anglican Communion guests to join The Episcopal Church convention

Presiding Bishop says international guests embody connection and mutual learning across borders

24 June 2015

Anglican Primates elected for Japan and the Philippines

The Most Revd Nathaniel Makoto Uematsu has been re-elected as Primate of NSKK, and the Right Reverend Renato Mag-gay Abibico is the Primate-elect for The Episcopal Church of the Philippines 

03 June 2014

"People are our priority" - The Archbishop of The Anglican Communion in Japan

"People are our priority" - The Archbishop of The Anglican Communion in Japan

The latest statement from the Archbishop of the Nippon Sei Ko Kai (The Anglican Communion in Japan) The Most Revd Nathaniel Makoto Uematsu on the situation in Japan

22 March 2011

A statement from the Archbishop of the Anglican Communion in Japan

A statement from the Archbishop of the Anglican Communion in Japan

Statement from the Archbishop of the Nippon Sei Ko Kai (The Anglican Communion in Japan) The Most Revd Nathaniel Makoto Uematsu

14 March 2011

 

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Anglican Communion primates address Church of England’s General Synod

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Countdown to Lambeth 2020

Archbishops from around the Communion have been speaking to ACNS about looking forward to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 as planning for the event gathers momentum and giving their views on the importance of the Anglican Communion.

Easter messages from Anglican Primates

A collection of Easter Messages issued by Primates of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion.