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ACC-16 members worship with Lusaka parishes

Members of the Anglican Consultative Council, gathered in Lusaka for their ACC-16 meeting, experienced the diversity and vibrancy of African praise and worship when they were invited to worship at local parishes around Lusaka on Sunday as a way of actively “engaging with our local community for the sake of the wider community.”

19 April 2016

Focus on Marks of Mission at Brazil youth congress

Participants, including members of emerging Anglican Lusophone network, develop contemporary youth creed

01 October 2015

New Braille Church of Ireland songbook does double duty

Special hymnal version contributes to engagement of blind, partially sighted parishioners and rehabilitation of prisoners

27 August 2015

Cathedrals in England welcome over 10 million annually

Increase in attendance at Anglican services each week by more than a fifth over past decade

19 August 2015

New Mandarin-language Anglican service launched in Melbourne

Diocese reaches out to locally-based Anglicans and Chinese tourists with weekly worship service in Mandarin

10 July 2015

Episcopal refugee centre in Rome petitions all to 'Welcome the Stranger'

World Refugee Day resources include liturgy for Anglican Communion

05 June 2015

Technology subs for organs

While some use iHymns, one congregation's organist performs for them from her home, 1,892 km away! 

04 February 2014

Online Hymnology dictionary launched

"The Canterbury Dictionary of the Hymnology", a new web-based resource with more than 4,000 entries, has been launched.

10 January 2014

National launch for pioneering Worship4Today course

Worship4Today - a course for worship leaders and musicians, successfully tried and tested in the Diocese of Sheffield over several years -  is being rolled out nationally from this week.

22 July 2013

 

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