The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew join Pope Francis in the Italian town of Assisi for a service of ecumenical prayers for peace.Narrated by Philippa Hitchen for Vatican Radio (Duration: 2:56'26")
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has issued a worldwide invitation for Christians to join a "great wave of prayer" for evangelism, leading up to Pentecost 2017.
The Melanesian Mission commissioned this video showing residents of the small island village of Fanalei talking about how their homes – and their island – are being threatened by rising sea levels which could submerge the island within 50 years.
Father Malcolm Bradshaw MBE, the senior Anglican chaplain in Athens, speaks during the Greenbelt Christian arts festival about the refugee crisis in Athens and the support of mission agency USPG.
Anglicans will join Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christians on 1 September in the World Day of Prayer for Creation. In this video, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby speaks about climate change, warning that it is “not potentially bad [but] potentially fatal for the most fragile countries and regions on earth.”
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