The US-based Episcopal Church’s Bishop of Albany rejects a General Convention resolution permitting same-sex marriage in churches.
The Vicar of St Peter’s in Lautoka on the Fijian island of Viti Levu, Fereimi Cama, has been elected Bishop of Polynesia and Primate of ANZP.
The Anglican Communion News Service reports from services to mark the 100th anniversary of the Great War Armistice, that took place in Britain's National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas, Staffordshire and at Westminster Abbey in London.
The Information Manager at the Anglican Communion Office, Stephanie Taylor, explains how racism led to one of the tragedies of the Great War becoming a scandal of the war: a tragedy that was “hidden in plain sight”.
The Church of England’s Clewer Initiative is taking its fight against modern slavery into classrooms with lesson plans for primary and secondary schools and a fun Freedom Song which is encouraging schools to sing in a nationwide competition. The Anglican Communion News Service caught up with those behind the scheme.
The Hong Kong-based Anglican writer, Alice Wu, reflects on the power of quick words in an age of social media.
The Episcopal Church of South Sudan enters period of mourning following death of Archbishop Peter Munde Yacob of Western Equatoria.
The Anglican Church of Kenya has become the third Anglican province to become home to the Green Anglicans movement.
Young adults from Lusaka helped a consultation on families in Central Africa to “revisit our thinking about the place of young people”.
A Pakistani Christian Mother held in solitary confinement facing the death penalty for a false “blasphemy” allegation, has been released.
A Christian mother who has been detained since 2010 after being convicted of blasphemy has been acquitted by Pakistan’s Supreme Court.
Pakistan’s Supreme Court has heard the final appeal of a Christian mother-of-five who was sentenced to death for “blasphemy”.
The Iglesia Anglicana de Chile has been inaugurated as the latest province of the Anglican Communion in a service of joy in Santiago.
Bishops from three Anglican Provinces have called for “solidarity” as a caravan of migrants travels through Central America to the US.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is travelling to Santiago to officially inaugurate the newest Province of the Anglican Communion.
Jews and Christians joined together at Westminster Abbey last night for a service of remembrance on the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht.
The two Anglican dioceses serving Britain’s capital are to hold a joint “serious violence summit” in response to growing knife crime epidemic.
A Church of England bishop has criticised the British government’s decision to delay new limits on a type of high-stake digital betting machines.
Proposal by the Archbishop of Sydney for an overlapping Anglican diocese in New Zealand has been rejected by the Province’s archbishops.
A nationwide study of faith and belief in New Zealand reveals both challenging and encouraging news on the public perception of Christianity.
Bishop Ian Ernest has warned that a Mauritian census on ethnic and religious background “would only aggravate those divides that already exist.”
The Agreed Statement between Anglican and Oriental Orthodox theologians on the Procession & Work of the Holy Spirit has been published.
UN Environment has formally recognised the Anglican Communion and granted official accreditation to the UN Environment Assembly.
Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, held a “cordial and informal” meeting with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople.
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