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Memorial unveiled to victims of Remembrance Sunday bomb on 30th anniversary

A memorial has been unveiled to remember 12 people who were killed as they remembered the war dead of Enniskillen in Northern Irealnd.

09 November 2017

New bells dedicated at Ypres Memorial Church

A ring of bells has been dedicated at a church built in memory of 500,000 British and Commonwealth troops who died during the battles for Ypres.

25 October 2017

Archbishop Justin Welby in London vigil for Coptic bomb victims

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, took part in a vigil at Westminster Abbey last night in honour of the victims of Sunday’s bomb attack on the Coptic Cathedral compound in Cairo.

15 December 2016

Wales remembers 116 children "buried alive by the National Coal Board"

The 50th anniversary of the Aberfan disaster, in which 116 children and 28 adults were killed, is being remembered across Wales and elsewhere in the United Kingdom.

21 October 2016

Memorial to Armenian Genocide erected in Dublin Anglican cathedral

A Khachker – a traditional Armenian cross made from volcanic stone – has been erected in the grounds of Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin in a service attended by Christian leaders from across the denominations in Ireland

07 December 2015

Japan: Triple disaster memorial service to be held

[また、日本語で] Three years after the triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear fallout, Nippon Sei Ko Kai (Anglican Church in Japan) are holding memorial services at three locations across the Diocese of Tohoku.

07 February 2014

 

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The Primates’ Meeting 2017: in-depth coverage

Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.

Celebrations as Sudan becomes Anglican Communion’s 39th province

All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.