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CofE, Methodists committed to safeguarding collaboration

The two Churches remain committed to joint working on safeguarding but "changes are needed in the light of new demands".

26 August 2014

Canada: Youth discover that ministry is ‘worth it’

At CLAY 2014, Anglican and Lutheran youth gathered for worship, to explore different areas of ministry, and to discuss issues such as faith and social media, right to water, and being Church in today’s world.

20 August 2014

Rendez-vous avec Joanne Coyle Dauphin

Rendez-vous avec Joanne Coyle Dauphin, diacre permanent à la cathédrale américaine de Paris

07 July 2014

England: Methodists step up to the challenge of the Covenant

The Methodist Church has made a commitment to taking a major step forward in its relationship with the Church of England.

01 July 2014

Date set for Anglican-Roman Catholic cricket match

Anglican and Roman Catholic First XIs will face each other in Canterbury on 19 September in a historic match to raise awareness of slavery and human trafficking.

23 June 2014

Two Anglican Church celebrations in Turkey

Canon John Higgins reports on two stories reflecting life in the church in Ankara in recent weeks.

18 June 2014

Communiqué from the meeting of ARCIC III in Durban

The Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission is the official body appointed by the two Communions to engage in theological dialogue in order that they may come into full communion

22 May 2014

Ordinariate leader says growth is too slow

[The Tablet] The leader of the ordinariate has lamented the lack of growth of the group.

30 April 2014

Yew Tree Planted at Battle of Clontarf Commemoration Service

President Michael D Higgins planted a yew tree to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf as part of an ecumenical service.

23 April 2014

Historic Anglican, Pentecostal consultation "a flying start"

An historic consultation took place between Anglicans and Pentecostals earlier this week at High Leigh in Hertfordshire.

10 April 2014


VIDEO: About to give up on reconciliation in Israel-Palestine? Don't. Watch this interview with Salim Munayer.


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