Members of the Anglican Communion are hosting a conference in Birmingham, UK, this October on the Christian relationship with Hindus in the Diaspora.
24 June 2014
A book to help Anglicans everywhere to engage more deeply with and become more informed about the issues surrounding the Holy Land is now available.
07 March 2014
A document to help Anglicans around the world to engage more deeply with and become more informed about the issues surrounding the situation in the Holy Land, is online and will soon be available to buy as a book.
18 February 2013
A group of theologians met at Lambeth Palace, London in December to review and discuss Anglican involvement in Christian dialogue and encounter with other faiths, and also to remember and celebrate the immense contribution of Bishop Kenneth Cragg.
10 January 2012
The second issue of the Christian-Muslim digest for 2011 is now available online. The issue includes some pieces on several issues related to Christian Muslim relations in different parts of the world.
25 July 2011
The Anglican Communion Network for Inter Faith Concerns (NIFCON) has this week launched an exciting and valuable new resource to assist Anglicans and other Christians in their engagement with people of other faiths.
20 May 2011
The first issue of the NIFCON Christian-Muslim digest for 2011 looks at recent events in Egypt, and how Christians and Muslims have united in a common cause
29 March 2011
A message from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, was read out by +Tony Robinson, Bishop of Pontefract, at a special service in Wakefield cathedral.
21 December 2010
This issue looks at the preparations for the referendum on self-determination in Southern Sudan; it also examines the responses to recent attacks on Christians in Iraq, the trial of Geert Wilders in the Netherlands and An African Answer, a film on initiatives in peace-building and reconciliation in Kenya and Nigeria.
14 December 2010
60 Christian and Muslim leaders and scholars met together at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva 1-5 November 2010. The consultation was organised jointly by the World Council of Churches, the World Islamic Call Society and those responsible for the A Common Word initiative.
15 November 2010