Key Anglican campaigners for peace and justice in war-torn South Sudan have told a meeting at the United Nations in New York about the vital role women and the church have been playing in peace building and supporting the victims of conflict.
16 March 2017
Churches continue to play their role in peace building for South Sudan despite the dashed hopes of many in the world’s newest nation, the moderator of the World Council of Churches (WCC) said at a regional meeting.
19 October 2015
WCC event hears about next steps towards peace from South Sudan Council of Churches general secretary
15 September 2015
Notes from discussion on 3 September
03 September 2015
Call for prayer and process of reconciliation
Agency welcomes signing of Compromise Peace Agreement but underlines food insecurity, other needs
28 August 2015
New statement urges stronger peace initiatives in world’s youngest nation
11 August 2015
Us (formerly USPG) supporting Anglican Church’s efforts to assist those fleeing war
03 August 2015
Four years after hard-won independence, prayer for end to ‘senseless hostilities and for peace to take root’
10 July 2015
Of particular concern are Pakistan, Syria, Liberia, South Sudan and Sudan
07 July 2015
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The Anglican Communion has announced that Sudan will, in a few months from now, become a separate Province is its own right. Currently, Sudan is an internal province within the Anglican Church of South Sudan and Sudan.
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