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Anglican leaders echo Pope Francis’ call for day of prayer and fasting for peace

Anglican leaders have endorsed Pope Francis’ call for an ecumenical day of prayer and fasting peace in Congo and South Sudan.

08 February 2018

Archbishop of Cape Town’s tribute to anti-apartheid hero and trumpeter Hugh Masekela

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba pays tribute to anti-apartheid campaigner and trumpeter Hugh Masekela, who died yesterday aged 78.

24 January 2018

Bishop calls for end to “systemic sexism, misogyny and misuse of power” in the church

The US-based Episcopal Church must do more to give a voice to victims of sexual exploitation, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry says.

23 January 2018

Melbourne bishop defends “fine” South Sudanese over “African-gangs media-frenzy”

Bishop Philip Huggins says the church should do more to support the South Sudanese migrant and refugee community in Victoria state.

18 January 2018

South African diocese rolls out programme to get people talking about racial divide

Port Elizabeth diocese is embarking on a programme to help people to tell their story in a bid to ease racial tensions in South Africa.

16 January 2018

Christian groups decry US policy change on Salvadorans as Episcopalians offer support

200,000 Salvadorans who have legally established roots and families in the US could be deported after immigration protections end.

12 January 2018

Zambia’s churches urge an “ongoing process” to bring peace and justice to Zambia

The three church mother-bodies in Zambia have called for an “ongoing process and effort” to bring peace and justice to Zambia.

11 January 2018

Anglican Communion Secretary General “excited” by his new peace role in Nigeria

Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon, has spoken of his excitement at being appointed to lead a peace commission in the Nigerian state of Kaduna.

01 December 2017

TEC to cut refugee support network after US immigration changes

Episcopal Migration Ministries – the refugee resettlement programme of the US-based Episcopal Church – is to cut its 31-member affiliate network by six next year. The move is because of changes in US immigration policy which will reduce the number of refugees resettling in the USA by more than half.

05 April 2017

Women 'donate themselves' to help find peace in South Sudan campaigner tells UN meeting

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

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Lent Resources from around the Anglican Communion

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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.