The Anglican Communion has launched a new online collection of resources to support the Continuing Indaba programme.
31 October 2013
The first three-day Indaba process specifically designed for women to discuss the issue of violence has been hailed a success by participants.
04 March 2013
A wide variety of members presented the report from the Continuing Indaba program at the meeting today of the Anglican Consultative Council meeting in Auckland, New Zealand.
05 November 2012
Enabling conversation across difference has been the main objective of the Anglican Communion’s Continuing Indaba and Mutual Listening Process.
31 July 2012
The Bishop of Gloucester, the Rt Revd Michael Perham, the Bishop of El Camino Real, the Rt Revd Mary Gray-Reeves and the Bishop of Western Tanganyika, the Rt Revd Sadock Makaya, have written to the Archbishop of Canterbury reflecting on their Indaba process, stressing the importance of the project and the hope that it will be expanded within the Anglican Communion.
02 July 2012
An initiative to enable mission by strengthening relationship between parishes, dioceses and Provinces has been celebrated by participants and evaluators as “an important tool” and “wonderful gift” for the Anglican Communion.
29 May 2012
Anglicans from the Diocese of Toronto who participated in the Anglican Communion’s one-year indaba process believe it can have a transforming effect upon the church if it is used more broadly.
30 March 2012
Bishops of the Anglican Church of Kenya have resolved to forge a united front in advocating for a transformed and united nation in the run up to the 2012 elections.
17 November 2011
An informal link that has existed for the past few years has now been made official after the Diocese of Llandaff was “twinned” with the Church of Bangladesh.
13 July 2011
Ghanaian bishop Festus Yeboah-Asuamah told a recent meeting of Ghanaian theologians that while the challenges facing the Communion were “complex”, and that the answers may yet be “far away” there was hope in unity.
08 March 2011