Archbishop Justin Welby has called on the UK government to establish a Joint reconciliation Unit to work in global conflict zones.
The Anglican Primate of Burundi, Archbishop Martin Nyaboho, has led hundreds of people on a march against gender-based violence.
The Episcopal News Service has counted at least 35 dioceses, or nearly a third in the US-based Episcopal Church, that have been in some stage of bishop-transition since June 2017.
Prince Charles spoke out for Christians in the Middle East last night during a special ecumenical service in Westminster Abbey, London.
The Archbishop of Cape Town and Primate of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, Thabo Makgoba, gives an Anglican perspective on the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The Director of Missions for the Anglican Church of Kenya, the Revd John Mark Oduor, on ambition.
President Peter Mutharika has praised the Anglican Church in the country, commending it “for the social services you provide to Malawians”.
Dr Farai Mutamiri, the former Dean of the Anglican Cathedral in Harare, is to return to Zimbabwe from Canada after being elected bishop.
Bishop Dale Bowers, the new Bishop of St Helena, has become the first to be consecrated on the remote island in the South Atlantic.
Bishop Samuel Sunil Mankhin of Kustia has become Moderator and Primate of the Church of Bangladesh, succeeding Bishop Paul Sarker.
The Nippon Sei Ko Kai (NSKK) – the Anglican Communion in Japan – is to host an International Forum for a Nuclear-Free World.
Bishop Dhiloraj Canagasabey has responded “with shock and great dismay” to the “arbitrary” removal of Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is leading the State Funeral for former US President George H W Bush in Washington National Cathedral.
UN member states and faith-based organisations have gathered in Katowice, Poland, for the UN’s COP-24 Climate Change conference.
Anglican Primates from the Americas and the Caribbean have Committed to continue meeting regularly and working together in future.
Churches in Royston, Hertfordshire, will join together on Friday for united prayer following an arson attack on the town’s Anglican parish.
A Church of England parish church in Hertfordshire was forced to cancel services yesterday after arsonists set fire to their historic building.
The IOM has said that some 2,133 people seeking asylum have been killed or gone missing this year while trying to reach Europe by sea.
Macinley Butson, a prolific inventor who attends an independent Anglican school, has been named NSW Young Australian of the Year.
Archbishop Philip Richardson has apologised to the Maori people from Tauranga for an 1866 decision which saw their lands given away.
The first parish “church from scratch” to be built in New Zealand’s Diocese of Christchurch in 40 years will be consecrated early next year.
Staff at the London-based Anglican Communion Office held their annual St Andrew’s Day Eucharist last night in the building’s chapel.
Anglican and Christians from other Churches are marking the 30th annual World Aids Day by promoting the importance of HIV testing.
The global digital advent calendar AdventWord is once more seeking to engage Anglicans with a series of online interactive reflections.
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