An Anglican church in Sydney is giving local refugees experience of driving on Australia’s roads.
25 September 2017
US bishops have used a full-page advert in the New York Times urging political leaders to retain protections for undocumented child migrants.
22 September 2017
The true story of how a group of Burmese refugees helped to save an Episcopal church in Tennessee has been turned into a movie.
17 August 2017
A South Sudanese gospel band from the diocese of Yei has grown to a national charity providing training and equipment to help refugees start micro-businesses.
16 August 2017
“We should make human rights the key component of all migration and refugee policies:” this was the central message of the fourth annual Conference of European Churches Summer School on Human Rights, which took place in Italy this week.
07 July 2017
“We see expressions of hope in those multiple prayers and actions of European citizens that have supported the common good."
28 June 2017
The Anglican Alliance has joined a group of 20 Christian organisations in issuing a statement to mark World Refugee Day.
20 June 2017
The population of Kajo-Keji have been exiled to Uganda following the arrival of South Sudan's brutal civil war to the district.
12 April 2017
St Paul’s Cathedral in Bendigo, in the Australian state of Victoria, is displaying an artwork depicting crucified migrants in the run-up to Easter.
Episcopal Migration Ministries – the refugee resettlement programme of the US-based Episcopal Church – is to cut its 31-member affiliate network by six next year. The move is because of changes in US immigration policy which will reduce the number of refugees resettling in the USA by more than half.
05 April 2017
Preparing for Primates 2017 - Abp John Davies
Praying and worshiping with 'silver and gold' at Primates 2017
Prayers for the Primates’ Meeting October 2017
Follow ACNS’ in-depth coverage of the 2-6 October Primates’ Meeting, in Canterbury Cathedral, England, the mother church of the Anglican Communion.
All Saints Cathedral in Khartoum was the setting for joyous celebrations as Sudan became the newest province of the Anglican Communion.
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