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An Easter message from the Primate of Central Africa

An Easter message from the Primate of Central Africa

An Easter message from the Primate of Central Africa

11 April 2020

Easter message from the Archbishop of Kenya

Easter message from the Archbishop of Kenya

10 April 2020

Anglican Communion Office co-ordinating #GlobalSonRise social media campaign

Anglicans around the world are being invited to Tweet the message “Christ is Risen” at 5 am local time in a global social media campaign.

07 April 2020

Anglican Alliance launches Covid-19 international resource-hub

An international resource hub has been created to help provinces, dioceses and parishes respond to the Covid-19 crisis.

07 April 2020

Archbishop Henry Ndukuba installed as new Primate of the Church of Nigeria

The new primate of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Archbishop Henry Ndukuba, installed at low-key service in Abuja.

31 March 2020

Bishop’s wife and church secretary released by kidnappers in Nigeria

Kidnappers release two Anglican women after more than a week in captivity

31 March 2020

Anglican Alliance consults churches and agencies on Coronavirus response

Anglican churches and mission agencies took part in a conference call to share experience of responding to the Covid-19 pandemic.

24 March 2020

Millions turn in to online services as churches switch to digital services

Clergy around the world have been experimenting with different ways of offering worship online as churches suspend public worship

24 March 2020

Election of new World Council of Churches General Secretary delayed by Coronavirus

The Moderator of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches (WCC), Dr Agnes Abuom, has announced that this month’s meetings of both the WCC’s Central Committee and its Executive Committee have been postponed. 

10 March 2020

Domestic violence and human trafficking among issues Anglican women take to UN

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.

03 March 2020