New study materials to help Anglican theological colleges teach about just relationships between males and females is being developed.
More than 2.5 million people in southern Africa have been affected by Cyclone Idai, which has created a new “inland ocean” in Mozambique.
The Anglican Communion News Service reports from the launch of a new Farsi (Persian) translation Holy Communion service, at Wakefield Cathedral, West Yorkshire, on Saturday 2 March 2019.Click here to read our news report
Women are playing a key role in reconciliation in remote areas of northern Argentina, as this feature, which was first published in the June 2017 edition of Anglican World magazine, explains.
The Anglican Communion’s Director for Mission, the Revd Canon John Kafwanka, reflects on his recent visit to the Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba - the Episcopal Church of Cuba.
The Minister General of the First Order Brothers of the Anglican Society of St Francis, Brother Christopher John SSF, writes about the training of novices by the religious communities in Melanesia.
The British international affairs organisation FIRST has given its 2019 Advocacy Award to the Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba.
The Bishop of Nzara has been elected Bishop of Yambio and Archbishop of Western Equatoria in the Episcopal Church of South Sudan.
The family of Father Anthony Idris Jata’u, who were kidnapped in an incident in which he was killed, have been released, Sokoto diocese annouced.
The united Church of Pakistan’s Diocese of Peshawar is celebrating two decades of work promoting interfaith harmony in its schools.
The Moderator of the united Church of South India (CSI), Bishop Thomas K Oommen, is recovering at home after treatment for a stroke.
Bishop Dhiloraj Canagasabey of the Church of Ceylon has said that a gap has opened between the nation’s rulers and those who are ruled.
A former Roman Catholic priest, Daniel Genovesi, has been consecrated as Bishop of Uruguay in Anglican Church of South America.
Anglicans from Caribbean islands have been taking part in a training workshop in Grenada to help them prepare and plan for disasters.
A territorial dispute between rival biker gangs appears to have been behind a fatal shooting outside an Anglican Church in Mississauga, Ontario.
The Archbishop of Canterbury calls for Christians to be sensitive and seek genuine dialogue when witnessing to people of other faiths.
The 200th anniversary of the birth of Anglican hymn writer Cecil Frances Alexander was celebrated with a praise evening in Enniskillen.
Irish police have recovered the mummified head of The Crusader, which had been stolen from the crypt of a Dublin church last month.
The head of the New Zealand Church Missionary Society, Kenyan Priest Steve Maina, has been elected as the next Bishop of Nelson.
Anglican archbishops and bishops in New Zealand and elsewhere have spoken out after gunmen attacked two mosques in Christchurch.
The Bishop of Mauritius, Ian Ernest, has been made Grand Commander of the Order of the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean (GCSK).
A resource to help churches engage with ecological and economic justice was launched during a public event at the World Council of Churches.
WCC environment expert Norman Tendis is amongst 157 people killed when an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed near Addis Ababa on Sunday.
Queen Elizabeth II and senior members of Britain’s royal family attended a Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey yesterday.
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