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Rare 1616 King James Bible found in cupboard of 57-year-old New Zealand church

A rare original edition of the 1616 King James Bible has been found in the cupboard of a 1960s church in Manawatū, New Zealand.

13 July 2018

“Our Faith, Our Way”: 8,000 gather to mark two decades of Hong Kong’s Anglican province

Celebrations to mark the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui's 20th anniversary have got underway with a large gathering at AsiaWorld-Expo.

31 May 2018

US county’s support for historic church buildings banned by New Jersey Supreme Court

Grants by Morris County for the preservation of historic churches have been ruled unconstitutional by the New Jersey Supreme Court.

19 April 2018

British government unveils £1.8m pilot scheme to support listed places of worship

Expert advisors are being recruited to help religious communities in two areas of England use their historic buildings more efficiently.

04 April 2018

Medieval register of 14th Century Bishop of Ossory made available online

The episcopal register of the 14th century Bishop of Ossory, in Ireland, Richard Ledred, has been digitised and made available online.

08 December 2017

Pre-Anglican Lusitanian newspaper archive now online

The earliest copies of the Jornal Igreja Lusitana, the newspaper of the Evangelical Apostolic Catholic Lusitanian Church, have been made available online.

10 October 2017

Synod to consider gifting Christchurch Cathedral to New Zealand government

Christchurch diocesan synod will consider giving its earthquake-ravaged cathedral as a gift to the people of New Zealand.

15 August 2017

Archbishop’s flotilla to reclassification of England’s largest parish church

The Archbishop of York will head towards England’s largest parish church on a lifeboat next month as he bestows Minster status on Holy Trinity, Hull.

12 April 2017

Achievements and challenges, 40 years after the first ordination of women in Canada

Female priests in Canada profess to have struggled with everything from unequal pay to inappropriate touching by some parishioners.

05 December 2016

Celebrations mark Octocentennial anniversary of historic diocesan unification

The united dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough in the Church of Ireland are celebrating the 800th anniversary of their unification with a series of special events this week.

16 November 2016

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Anglican Communion primates address Church of England’s General Synod

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Countdown to Lambeth 2020

Archbishops from around the Communion have been speaking to ACNS about looking forward to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 as planning for the event gathers momentum and giving their views on the importance of the Anglican Communion.

Easter messages from Anglican Primates

A collection of Easter Messages issued by Primates of the Provinces of the Anglican Communion.