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Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Praying for the Peace of Jerusalem

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Praying for the Peace of Jerusalem

On Easter Sunday (this year on 12 April), the Anglican Cycle of Prayer follows its tradition of calling on people to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. In this blog, ACNS offers some background and suggestions for prayer.

Anglican Communion News Service | 07 April 2020
Covid-19 and our work with the UN

Covid-19 and our work with the UN

The Advocacy Manager and Head of New York Office for the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations (ACOUN), Jillian Abballe, and ACOUN’s New York-based Administration and Research Assistant, Marla Teixeira, explain how the office is being impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Jillian Abballe | 07 April 2020
Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: The Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean

This Sunday (5 April) in the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, Anglicans around the world will be praying for the Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean. Here, the Anglican Communion News Service introduces the Province and suggests items for prayer.

Anglican Communion News Service | 31 March 2020
A Note of Hope from Rome

A Note of Hope from Rome

Italy has been particularly badly hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. On Tuesday morning (31 March) the death toll stood at 11,591 and is continuing to rise. The Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome, Archbishop Ian Ernest, offers a brief reflection on the current situation.

Archbishop Ian Ernest | 31 March 2020
Seven Stages of Healing

Seven Stages of Healing

The Anglican Communion’s Director for Theological Education, the Revd Dr Stephen Spencer, considers the mental health implications of the Covid-19 pandemic and reflects on the lessons to be learned by the disciples on the road to Emmaus.

The Revd Canon Dr Stephen Spencer | 31 March 2020
Anglican Cycle of Prayer: prayer for repentance

Anglican Cycle of Prayer: Prayer for Repentance

This Sunday in the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for repentance, in line with the primates-endorsed call by the Task Group established by the Archbishop of Canterbury, at the request of the primates in 2016. In this blog, ACNS sets out the history of the Task Group’s work and explains the background to the call to prayer.

Anglican Communion News Service | 24 March 2020
Covid-19: A message from global Anglican leadership

Covid-19: A message from global Anglican leadership

The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chair of the Anglican Consultative Council, the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, and the five primates elected to represent their regions on the Standing Committee of the Anglican Communion, write a joint letter to the Anglican Communion about the Covid-19 pandemic.

Anglican Communion News Service | 24 March 2020