Dr Christopher Wells, Living Church Foundation Executive Director, appointed Anglican Communion Director of Unity, Faith & Order.
Bishops from across the world offer their thoughts on walking, listening and witnessing together at the 2022 Lambeth Conference.
Leaders of Anglican Churches around the world call for “an immediate ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine.”
The Church in Wales has called on the World Council of Churches to distance itself from members which have supported Russia's war.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has issued a call for people to pray for the Lambeth Conference and set aside a dedicated day of prayer.
The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, plants a tree as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy.
South Sudanese bishop, the Right Revd Anthony Poggo has been named as the next Secretary General of the Anglican Communion.
The Archbishop of Canterbury and Secretary General of the Anglican Communion respond to statement from three African Primates.
Pope Francis, the Archbishop of Canterbury and Moderator of the Church of Scotland to take part in ecumenical visit to South Sudan.
The Nippon Sei Ko Kei, the Anglican Communion in Japan, is to ordain Maria Grace Tazu Sasamori as Bishop of Hokkaido, on 23rd April.
Bishops of the Church of Ceylon warn of a potential disaster in Sri Lanka where public unrest over the economy has resulted in violence.
Maria Grace Tazu Sasamori, priest of the Diocese of Tokyo, has been elected as the first female Bishop in Japan and South East Asia.
Three people were killed in a shooting at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Vestavia Hills, Alabama, during a community potluck supper.
Theological educators from Anglican churches across Central and South America gather for a ground-breaking consultation on the migration crisis.
Mark MacDonald of the Anglican Church of Canada resigns and relinquishes exercise of ministry after allegations of sexual misconduct.
At the opening service to the Lambeth Conference, a primatial cross was presented to Archbishop Samy Shehata, the Primate of Alexandria.
United in prayer – bishops from around the world join in global chorus at Lambeth Conference Opening service at Canterbury Cathedral.
From across the 165 countries of the Anglican Communion, bishops are gathering in Canterbury today for the 15th Lambeth Conference.
The Anglican Diocese of Polynesia and Anglican Missions have launched an appeal for the people of Tonga after volcanic eruption.
The Anglican Church of Australia has restated its commitment to the safety of vulnerable people, following the defrocking of Roger Herft.
The Bishop of Polynesia, Archbishop Fereimi Cama, Primate of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, has died.
The Chair of the Lambeth Calls Subgroup, Bishop Tim Thornton, issued a statement ahead of the Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops.
Archbishop Justin Welby has written to bishops as they read and pray about the Lambeth Calls that will be discussed during the conference.
The role of faith-based communities in achieving gender equality in the context of climate justice is recognised at the United Nations.
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