The Anglican Church in Peru has established the ‘Help us to help Others’ commission,’ to mobilise financial support for the most vulnerable and neglected communities amid ongoing floods and mudslides.
04 April 2017
Bishop John Inge of Worcester in the English Midlands, whose diocese has longstanding links with Peru, has travelled there this week to meet the new diocesan Bishop, the Rt Revd Jorge Aguilar and suffragean Bishop Alejandro Mesco.
23 February 2017
Churches in South America have been growing at a phenomenal rate, but, according to the Bishop of Peru, the Rt Revd Bill Godfrey, and his team of lay workers, there has been a gap. “If you ask the average person in Peru if they are a Christian, the majority will say they are, but how that makes a difference in their day to day lives is much more limited,” says lay worker Paul Tester.
02 March 2016
When the relatively new Bishop of Dudley, in the Church of England’s Diocese of Worcester, visited the newly ordained missionary bishops of Peru in the Church of South America this month, he was keen to pass on tips picked up from an international training course for new bishops.
12 January 2016
Notes from discussion on 4 September
05 September 2015
Notes from discussion on 3 September
03 September 2015
04 August 2015
Three new missionary bishops have been consecrated by the Primate of South America as part of plans for the diocese of Peru to become its own province.
30 July 2015
On Sunday 7th December 2014 the Our Voices campaign is asking churches and faith communities worldwide to hold a vigil at 8pm local time
28 November 2014
The effects of climate change and human-induced environmental degradation continue to accelerate in all regions of the Anglican Communion. This became starkly clear at the Anglican Communion Environmental Network’s meeting in Chaclacayo (Lima), Peru.
16 August 2011