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Mission agency USPG appoints Imperial College Secretary John Neilson as new Chair

The Secretary of Imperial College London, John Neilson, has been appointed as the next Chair of Trustees of the mission agency USPG.

07 February 2018

Lent Resources: USPG course explores faith and the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

The mission agency USPG has produced a Lent course looking at how Anglican Churches around the world are supporting global development.

07 February 2018

Round-table discussion explores how to support bishops in their ministry

A meeting of bishops, trainers and funders has been held in Nairobi to explore how best to support and equip episcopal ministry.

05 December 2017

More international support for “illegally arrested” Filipino bishop

The WCC and USPG both call for the release of Bishop Carlos Morales of the Iglesia Filipina Independiente, who was arrested in May.

24 November 2017

West Indies’ Archbishop speaks of Caribbean “resilience” after Hurricanes Irma and Maria

Archbishop John Holder has briefed his fellow Anglican Primates on the devastation caused by two recent hurricanes in the Caribbean.

06 October 2017

USPG chief Janette O’Neill to step down

The international Anglican mission agency USPG has announced that its chief executive, Janette O’Neill, is to retire at the end of August.

30 May 2017

USPG supports education programme in Sri Lanka

[USPG]  USPG is a church based charity working in direct partnership with Anglican churches around the world. Its Programmes Co-ordinator, Anne Bonger, has  visited an education programme run by the Church of Ceylon:

17 March 2017

USPG devotes its Lent appeal to the many challenges facing Malawi

The Anglican Church in Malawi is taking a multi-faceted approach to mission - and USPG's Lent appeal is for Malawi. 

17 February 2017

Anglicans, Lutherans, Buddhists forge links at Myanmar gathering

Plans for greater links between Anglicans, Lutherans and Buddhists 

19 January 2017

Starving communities in Africa reduced to eating toxic locusts

People have been reduced to eating toxic locusts as a result of the food shortages affecting Madagascar, Malawi and Zimbabwe. 

15 December 2016

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Why the US-based Episcopal Church needs world Anglicanism

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Lent Resources from around the Anglican Communion

A collection of resources for Lent from the provinces, networks and agencies of the Anglican Communion and partner organisations.

Bishop of Maridi elected to lead the Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan

Bishop Justin Badi Arama has been elected as the new Primate of the Church of South Sudan, to succeed Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul.