Angola was officially inaugurated as a new Anglican Diocese, following 16 years as a missionary diocese and after 40 years of war.
Anti gender-based violence campaigner Mandy Marshall is to become the new Director for Gender Justice for the Anglican Communion.
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.
Duncan Dormor and Artwell Sipinyu reflect on an Anglican Church in Zimbabwe (ACZ) programme that is transforming lives with its clear message of love and inclusion for people living with HIV and AIDS.
Marla Teixeira, Administration and Research Assistant for the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations, reflects on the role faith-based organisations can have in responding to HIV and AIDS, ahead of World Aids Day on 1 December.
A picture of a mother in South Africa suffering with the stigma of living with HIV has won the Church Mission Society’s photo competition.
The first joint visit by a Pope and an Archbishop of Canterbury could take place in South Sudan, the Vatican and Lambeth Palace announced
Archbishop of York has called for urgent action to be taken to stop the oil spills that are devastating communities in Nigeria’s Bayelsa state.
The Dean of St John’s Cathedral in Hong Kong has been appointed as the Bishop-Coadjutor of the Diocese of Hong Kong Island.
A battle over control of an Anglican college is continuing after new legal moves by Pakistan's government to nationalise schools and colleges.
Episcopal Church bishops in the Philippines have criticised their government for naming the National Council of Churches in the Philippines
The Anglican Church in Mexico has been taking a leading role in protecting children and tackling abuse and violence across the country.
Solidarity among those supporting migrants across Latin America is vital to help tackle injustices, according to a gathering of Anglicans.
Prayers and other expressions of gratitude may hold significant potential in making people feel less lonely, a small study in the suggests.
As Church of England cathedrals reported a record increase in visitors, they have been hailed as places “for all, and for fresh encounters”.
Anglican leaders in England, Scotland and Wales have issued appeals to voters and politicians to stand for truth during general election.
Budding young artists from the Scottish Episcopal Church have expressed their concerns and dreams with a mural outside a church.
Snowmen and Christmas trees have been replaced by floral and beach themed designs to help children and families engage with Advent
Archbishop of Melbourne will be resigning as Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia in March, after almost six years in post.
Mothers’ Union members in the Pacific Islands have been celebrating their centenary with a week of events in the Solomon Islands.
Anglican women have been selected as the Anglican Communion’s delegation to the 64th annual meeting of the UNCSW, to be held in 2020.
The Anglican Communion Office is supporting an international campaign against gender-based violence, which starts next week.
Members of the Anglican Indigenous Network have called for a greater voice for indigenous Anglicans in the work of the Anglican Communion.
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