Episcopal Church bishops in the Philippines have criticised their government for naming the National Council of Churches in the Philippines
A theological professor and an ecumenical leader have been named as the two candidates for the next general secretary of the WCC
On Saturday 5 October 2019, the Archbishops of Canterbury, Justin Welby; and Melbourne, Philip Freier; joined leaders from the Council of the Church in East Asia (CCEA) at a memorial service in the Kundasang War Memorial in Sabah, Borneo.
The Spanish-born Rector of Holy Trinity with St Matthew’s Church, in south London, Father Hugo Adán, updates ACNS on how the church is doing one year on.
Coordinator for Intentional Discipleship, The Revd Jolyon Trickey, reflects on a recent Intentional Discipleship visit to Lusaka in Zambia.
Zimbabwean choir director Chipo Madondo loves music. She has become the smiling face of the new Anglican Communion map poster.
A newly elected Kenyan bishop has called on churches to support the fight against corruption and initiatives being made to unite the country.
Two archbishops have backed new training for churches in the Democratic Republic of Congo, designed to help tackle the Ebola epidemic
As Burundi gears up for elections next year, the Anglican Church has been helping prepare its young people to promote peace and reconciliation.
The Princess Royal joined a maritime service to celebrate the ministry of Mission to Seafarers in Japan’s Yokohama port last week.
Archbishops from Australia and the UK joined leaders from the Church of East Asia in a memorial service in Sabah, Borneo, to pray for peace.
Anglicans from provinces in East Asia today heard Archbishop Welby give a powerful vision for the ministry of the Anglican Communion.
A church member from Chicago has moved to Madrid to help the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church set up an Anglican Pilgrim Centre
Churches and clergy in California have been helping coordinate evacuations and shelter for hundreds driven from their homes by wildfires
Churches in the Bahamas are helping feed hundreds of people left with nothing after their homes were swept away in Hurricane Dorian.
Speaking on behalf of churches across the world, WCC General Secretary has called for an end to the violence in north-east Syria.
The iconic St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London, England, was the target of a planned terror attack, the Metropolitan Police have said.
One of the first women to be ordained a priest in the CoE has been elected as the new bishop of Monmouth for the Church in Wales.
Mothers’ Union members in the Pacific Islands have been celebrating their centenary with a week of events in the Solomon Islands.
Australian Bishop John Roundhill is hoping to reshape the way people see churches through his Sunday “selfie” posts on social media.
Traditional dancers led the new Archbishop of Melanesia, Leonard Dawea, into his installation service at St Barnabas Cathedral last week.
A sculpture of Jesus, depicted as a homeless person on a bench, is to be a focal point for events marking the World Day of the Poor.
Tributes have been paid to leaders of A Rocha – an international organisation promoting global care of creation - who were in a car accident
Christians are being urged by Churches Media Trust to make this Sunday (3rd November), a day of prayer for all members of the Media.
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