The US-based Episcopal Church reacts to President Trump's decision to speed up progress on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
25 January 2017
The US government has said it will not allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe, the drinking water source for the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.
06 December 2016
The Church’s solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation remains resolute after nine days of emotional events in the campaign to protect the tribe’s land and water supply.
29 November 2016
Members of the US-based Episcopal Church are being asked to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline.
31 October 2016
The US-based Episcopal Church’s ministry in response to North Dakota Access Pipline protests are evolving as attitutes change and winter draws near.
25 October 2016
The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church has delivered an impassioned speech in support of the Standing Rock Sioux community.
26 September 2016
A temporary injunction to prevent construction of a controversial pipeline through indigenous burial grounds has been imposed by a US federal appeals court.
20 September 2016
Canadian Anglican leaders have given their support to the Sioux people of Standing Rock as they protest against a major oil pipeline through ancient burial grounds and the Missouri River.
26 August 2016
The Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop is supporting a Sioux Reservation as it protests the construction of an oil pipeline through burial grounds and the Missouri River.
25 August 2016
The observance of a Day of Prayer for South Sudan on Feb. 16 took on a very personal nature at St. John the Divine Episcopal Church in Moorhead, Minnesota
25 February 2014
“Thy Kingdom Come” in southern Africa
A response to the Royal Commission on child abuse
The ties that bind our Anglican Communion family
Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.
All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.
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