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New UN document means churches can do more on indigenous rights

The world’s governments are now inviting churches and other civil society groups to be seen and heard when it comes to advocating for Indigenous Peoples’ human rights.

26 September 2014

Sarah Eagle Heart named 'Native American 40 under 40'

An epsicopal missioner has been recognised as one of the country's emerging American Indian leaders

26 September 2014

Melbourne: Walking alongside at Surrender conference

The Surrender conference, which was held in the Dandenong Mountains outside Melbourne from 14 to 16 March

26 March 2014

New Community gathers 'Together, Advancing the Sacred Dream'

About 200 clergy and laity from across the Episcopal Church gathered to "set the vision quest" during the March 12-15 New Community Clergy and Lay Conference at the Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, North Carolina.

18 March 2014

Funeral arrangements set for Executive Council member Terry Star

The Revd Terry Star will be buried out of his home church of St. James Episcopal Church in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, on March 10.

10 March 2014

Canada: Cree classes at Anglican cathedral

Cathedrals offer more than just a place to worship, they also offer a place to find one's identity...

05 March 2014

Canadian parish on "Companion Journey" with First Nations people

More than a decade ago parishioners at North Saanich's Holy Trinity Anglican Church began responding to challenges faced by nearby Tseycum, Tsawout, Pauquachin, and Tsartlip First Nations. 

21 February 2014

Anglican Indigenous Network gears up for action

[Anglican Taonga] Indigenous Anglicans meeting in Christchurch have voted to reset their network - and to make their presence felt at the Communion's highest levels

28 November 2013

Reconciliation: "We're not done," says Archbishop

Archbishop John Privett said he has experienced “deeply moving” moments at the ongoing B.C. National Event hosted by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada 

23 September 2013

Landmark apology lives on

Abp Michael Peers, former primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, today said that much has changed in the church’s relationship with First Nations people

08 August 2013

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Archbishop Tutu calls for an end to the fossil fuel era

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Middle East: Jews, Christians, and Muslims break bread for peace

Interfaith Iftar in Jerusalem: Community, Prayer and Hope during war

Are Church leaders the world's most active peacemakers?

Michael Binyon says church leaders are now using their moral authority to persuade leaders in conflict situations to look again at proposals for peace