This weekly news summary replaces the usual output from the Anglican Communion News Service, which has been temporarily suspended.
A note from the Anglican Communion's Director for Communications.
The former Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa has completed its transition into an autonomous Province of the Anglican Communion.
The Anglican Church of Burundi, in collaboration with UNICEF, have conducted an intensive training course for young people in peace building and social cohesion.
An Easter message from the Primate of South Sudan
An Easter message from the Archbishop of Uganda
The Episcopal Church’s Diocese of New York is set to receive a package of facemasks and hand sanitiser donated by Anglicans in Daejeon.
An Easter message from the Moderator of the Church of South India
An Easter message from Archbishop Paul Kwong in the Anglican Church of Hong Kong
The Anglican Indigenous Network is concerned that “one size fits all” responses to Covid-19 will not give indigenous people an equal chance of surviving the disease.
The first woman to be ordained a bishop in the Anglican Communion, Barbara Harris, died on Friday at Care Dimensions Hospice House in Lincoln, Massachusetts, at the age of 89.
The Anglican delegation to the 64th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW64) will be urging states to act on issues such as domestic violence and human trafficking.
The oldest bell in Canterbury Cathedral, named after Prince Henry of Eastry, is tolling for two minutes every night at 8 pm BST (7 pm GMT).
Edward Mason, who has led a number of successful investor-backed ethical shareholder campaigns, will join the new Generation Investment Management group.
An Easter message from the Archbishops of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
The Archbishop of Adelaide was elected today (Tuesday) following a second-round of voting, which was carried out electronically.
The former Primate of Australia, Archbishop Phillip Aspinall, was act as interim primate pending the election of a successor to Archbishop Philip Freier.
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