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"I would talk with Boko Haram" says Anglican Communion secretary general

The secretary general of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, told the BBC’s HARDtalk programme that he would be prepared to talk with the leadership of Boko Haram – if their leadership could be identified.

17 December 2015

Communications director sought for Anglican Communion

The Anglican Communion is seeking a new director of communications who will be tasked with unearthing and publishing stories of Christians in action, promoting communication between member churches, and providing a communications service to the Instruments of Communion.

08 December 2015

Is there enough evidence in our lives to convict us of being a Christian?

Staff and supporters of the Anglican Communion Office gathered in the chapel of the organisation’s London headquarters last night for the annual Saint Andrew’s Day service to pray for the work of the Communion and its provinces around the world.

01 December 2015

Girls in School; Girls with Dignity: Our commitment during the 16 Days and beyond

A joint statement from the Anglican Communion, Church of Sweden, Finn Church Aid, Islamic Relief Worldwide, Lutheran World Federation, Mission 21, World Communion of Reformed Churches, World Council of Churches, and World Young Christian Women’s Association (YWCA)

25 November 2015

2015 Standing Committee Bulletin - Day 4

2015 Standing Committee Bulletin - Day 4

Notes from discussion on 6 September

06 September 2015

2015 Standing Committee Bulletin - Day 3

2015 Standing Committee Bulletin - Day 3

Notes from discussion on 5 September

06 September 2015

Statement from the Anglican Provincial Secretaries' Conference

Communiqué from the 27 Aug - 3 Sept meeting in Dublin

06 September 2015

New Anglican Communion Secretary General commissioned

New leader will act as ‘plumb line’ keeping global Communion rooted in its dependence on Christ

05 September 2015

2015 Standing Committee Bulletin - Day 1

2015 Standing Committee Bulletin - Day 1

Notes from discussion on 3 September

03 September 2015

Multimedia

The five most dangerous places to be a Christian

Features 

Persecution of Christians on the increase

The charity Open Doors has published its annual World Watch list of the top 50 most dangerous countries to be a Christian. It is, once again, topped by North Korea. Their research shows that persecution against Christians has increased so dramatically that persecution has risen even in those countries that have dropped out of its top 50.

Communique from the Primates' Meeting 2016

Communiqué from the Primates' Meeting
Canterbury Cathedral, England. 11-15 January 2015