Eight videos based on Paul’s letter to the Philippians will be released next March with an updated version of the Discipleship Explored programme.
30 October 2017
St Paul’s Cathedral in London is set to display one of only three-known surviving copies of “the most dangerous book in Tudor England”.
11 October 2017
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.
17 August 2017
The New Zealand Bible Society has just launched the first Māori language children’s Bible, Tāku Paipera, which has been described as a “wonderful gift”.
24 November 2016
Christians are being invited to get more out of the Bible with Justin Welby through a new free online course which is being made available during Advent.
18 November 2016
A new collection of resources to strengthen and support the use of the Bible in the life of the Church has been published by the Anglican Communion.
29 September 2016
The Archbishop of Canterbury was joined by thousands of Christians around the world today for his first live Bible study on Facebook. Archbishop Justin Welby discussed John 1:35-42 with the Revd Chris Russell and answered questions from viewers.
19 May 2016
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is inviting Anglicans and other Christians to join him in a live Bible study using Facebook. Participants will be studying John 1: 35-42, which records Jesus calling his first disciples. The live Bible study isn’t a sermon – participants will be able to contribute questions and reflections to Archbishop Welby.
18 May 2016
The completion of a 25-year translation project has resulted in the first Éxnet Sur Bible translation for the Southern Enxet people, an indigenous group from the Gran Chaco region of western Paraguay. The work is the result of a collaboration between the Anglican Church of Paraguay, CMS, and the Paraguayan Bible Society.
06 May 2016
When members of the ACC meet in Lusaka next month they will discuss – in the context of intentional discipleship – issues ranging from gender justice, refugees and migration, the environment and reconciliation; and they will do so against a backdrop of prayer, Bible study and worship. Members of the Anglican Communion are being invited to join with them as they explore the Book of Ruth in a series of Bible studies.
30 March 2016