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Ghana Anglican Women told: "Address moral decadence in youth"

Anglican women at their 13th Biennial National Conference were challenged to help young people engage with the Internet in a health way.

23 October 2014

Hundreds of church-goers respond to domestic violence campaign

An Us campaign to tackle domestic violence has touched hearts in Britain and Ireland

22 October 2014

Tanzania Mothers' Union prioritises women’s empowerment

The MU there is empowering women and girls with skills in entrepreneurship, leadership and advocacy.

03 October 2014

ANZP: Hui to empower women for leadership roles

More than 90 ordained and lay women from across the province gather at St John’s College for this year’s Women in Ministry Hui. 

29 September 2014

Wales: Crossing the Threshold - event marks new Women Bishops' law

Two women bishops from the United States will take part in a conference in Cardiff this week as legislation allowing women to be ordained as bishops in Wales comes into effect.

03 September 2014

"Women must be heard in Church and society" - Melanesia primate

The Archbishop of Melanesia urged Mothers' Union delegates to promote the place of women in the Church and society.

02 September 2014

Hope for Kenya's first woman bishop

The decision on 14 July by the General Synod of the Church of England to allow ordination of female bishops has reignited fresh hopes among local women priests of rising to top leadership in the Anglican Church of Kenya.

21 July 2014

Uganda Hails Vote On Women Bishops

The Anglican community in Uganda has welcomed news that the Church of England has for the first time opened the door for women to become bishops.

21 July 2014

New Anglican Communion director to promote greater women's participation

The Anglican Communion Office appoints a Director for Women in Church and Society, plus an Information and Records Manager to support the Anglican Communion

18 July 2014

Women leaders in African churches reflect on HIV and AIDS

Early struggles in developing a response to the HIV and AIDS pandemic were remembered by African women church leaders who gathered in Nairobi, Kenya

30 June 2014

Multimedia

Archbishop of York's response to the Waddington Inquiry

Features 

Shared Conversations - Resources from around the Anglican Communion

The underlying theme in all these resources is that Christ came into the world to reconcile us to God and to one another. In Christ we are one body and have one hope.

What’s the future for Africa’s oldest motor ship?

Questions abound about the fate of a 113-year-old mission ship in Malawi named for an Anglican missionary.