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
The Bishop of Uruguay has delivered a critical address to his diocesan synod, in which he said that parishes had failed to engage with mission and evangelism.
28 November 2016
Last year’s Paris agreement on climate change is “irreversible and unstoppable”, the world’s political leaders said as this year’s climate change conference (COP22).
21 November 2016
A new academic study into growth and decline in the Anglican Communion will be marked by a day conference and the publication of a new book.
15 November 2016
Anglicans from the Church of South America’s Diocese of Chile will join thousands of Christians from other denominations in a public celebration of faith later this month.
18 October 2016
The government of Chile are today beginning the process of sifting through 83,000 individual responses after a consultation on a new constitution for the country closed yesterday.
29 June 2016
Three indigenous Anglican priests were ordained as bishops in Argentina last week, becoming the latest of a very small number of indigenous Anglicans ever to have become bishops in the province of South America.
15 June 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
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