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Primates' statement on evangelism

The Primates have issued a statement on evangelism as part of their communiqué

15 January 2016

London church evangelism tool reaches 20,000 prisoners worldwide

An evangelism course produced by an Anglican church in London has proved a hit with prisoners, as more than 20,000 inmates completed the course over the past 12 months.

04 January 2016

100 Tanzanians trained to proclaim the gospel

More than 100 Tanzanian Christians were given training in sharing the gospel, and many more Tanzanians responded positively to their efforts during a recent four-day seminar.

02 December 2015

Dr Sentamu embarks on six-month evangelism pilgrimage through York diocese

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, is embarking on a six-month pilgrimage through his diocese today to “meet people, pray with them, and to encourage them to follow Christ, and bless what God is doing.”

01 December 2015

Now is our time to go into the world to share the good news of God and Jesus Christ

The new Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church in America, the Most Revd Michael Curry, has used a video message to encourage church members to go into the world, telling them to be “agents and instruments of God’s reconciliation.”

04 November 2015

Symposium explores ethics of evangelization and conversion

Participants look at landmark statement on Christian witness in a multi-religious world

02 October 2015

'The harvest is plentiful in the Anglican Communion' - Abp Idowu-Fearon

God’s people called to pray, spread the Gospel, Secretary General tells Wales Governing Body

24 September 2015

Ecumenical service at Durham Cathedral to focus on 'Future of the Church'

Service with Anglican and Roman Catholic leaders themed around importance of mission and evangelism

05 September 2015

CMS mission pioneers' graduation gives church glimpse of the future

Communicating Jesus to many living on the margins in 21st century Britain

09 July 2015

'We are the Jesus Movement' - TEC Presiding Bishop-elect

Sermon by Bishop Curry centres on first word in the Jesus’ Great Commission: ‘Go!’

06 July 2015

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An experiment in monastic life - the Community of St Anselm

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Catholic Vespers at Henry VIII's Chapel Royal

The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, last night led a service of Solemn Vespers in the Chapel Royal at Hampton Court Palace in what was the first Roman Catholic act of worship for 450 years in Henry VIII’s chapel, which was the backdrop to much of the English Reformation.

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.