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“Justice and only justice you shall pursue” – international prayer for week of Christian unity

Christians in Indonesia have prepared the international material for this year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, on the theme of justice.

16 January 2019

Bishop of Zululand, Monument Makhanya, steps down after sexual misconduct allegation

A bishop in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa has stepped down after a former Deacon lodged a complaint of sexual misconduct.

16 January 2019

Zimbabwean Anglicans launch football team for new diocesan university

Anglican Saints, a new football club from the Diocese of Harare, will start the 2019 football season in Mashonaland East Division Two.

16 January 2019

Bishop of Ahoada, Clement Ekpeye, freed by kidnappers after five days in captivity

Bishop Clement Ekpeye has been released, five days after unknown gunmen abducted him from his home in Nigeria’s Rivers State.

26 December 2018

No word from kidnappers as more details of Bishop Clement Ekpeye’s abduction emerge

Police in Nigeria’s Rivers State have expressed their hope that Bishop Clement Ekpeye, who was kidnapped on Tuesday, will be released.

21 December 2018

Primate of South Sudan plans New Year’s Eve peace march and prayer service

Archbishop Justin Badi Arama is calling on Christians in the country to take part in a peace march and prayer service on New Year’s Eve.

21 December 2018

A Christmas Message from Archbishop Justin Badi Arama

A Christmas Message from Archbishop Justin Badi Arama, Primate of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and the Diocesan Bishop of Juba.

20 December 2018

Bishop of Ahoada, Clement Ekpeye, kidnapped by unknown gunmen in Nigeria’s Rivers State

The Bishop of Ahoada, Clement Ekpeye, was abducted from his home in Nigeria’s Rivers State by unknown gunmen on Tuesday night.

20 December 2018

A Christmas Message from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali

A Christmas Message from Archbishop Stanley Ntagali, the Primate of the Church of Uganda.

18 December 2018

Archbishop of Burundi leads march against gender-based violence in 16 Days of Activism

The Anglican Primate of Burundi, Archbishop Martin Nyaboho, has led hundreds of people on a march against gender-based violence.

13 December 2018