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Anglicans worldwide keep working to end gender violence

After the 16 Days of Activism, many Anglicans will continue the work needed to end one of the world’s deepest injustices.

15 December 2014

Marking 200 years of women's ministry

More than 400 people turned up at Auckland’s Holy Trinity Cathedral on Sunday afternoon to celebrate 200 years of women’s ministry in this country.

26 November 2014

Women's conference gathers Episcopalians from Brazil, Uruguay

Some of the women began saving money more than six months in advance and some traveled 12 hours by bus across the border to attend a bi-national conference

26 November 2014

Legislation on Women Bishops Becomes Law at General Synod

The General Synod has today enacted the measure enabling women to be ordained as Bishops in the Church of England.

17 November 2014

Provincial, Episcopal Church delegates named for 2015 United Nations meeting

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has named the Rev. Joan Grimm Fraser of the Diocese of Long Island to serve as the provincial delegate to represent The Episcopal Church at the 59th Session of the 2015 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW)

14 November 2014

CDSP Inaugurates St Margaret's Visiting Professorship on Women in Ministry

The Church Divinity School of the Pacific is celebrating the establishment of the St. Margaret’s Visiting Professorship on Women in Ministry

04 November 2014

16 Days of Activism - Anglican men speak out!

Video: “As men of faith, we can take responsibility to speak out and end violence against women and girls.” 

29 October 2014

Church of South India renews commitment to protecting girls

Anguish at the violence suffered by girls, the Church of South India has relaunched its campaign for the Girl Child.

27 October 2014

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


VIDEO: Father, make us one! Join young Christians praying for Christian unity


Is religion to blame for war and violence?

Karen Armstrong’s book, Fields of Blood, is an ambitious project that looks closely at the interrelationship of religion and violence.

Stirring the air at Te Waipounamu

The united voices of rangatahi in the Anglican Maori Diocese of Te Waipounamu welcomed diverse faiths to this year’s Ministry School – Kura Rumati.