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Oceania

Translation work completed on world’s first Tokelauan Bible

The world’s first Bible in Tokelauan is being prepared for publication after the final verse of the new work was translated last week.

19 July 2019

Climate award for World Council of Churches youth project

An inter-church youth project engaged in climate change initiatives has won an international award for tackling climate change.

12 July 2019

New Zealand churches challenged to give up plastic for July

New Zealand's Anglican Social Justice Network is encouraging churches to join in a “plastic free month” challenge during July 2019.

12 July 2019

More than 1000 bishops and their spouses book for the Lambeth Conference 2020

More than one thousand bishops have registered for Lambeth Conference, the decennial gathering of bishops of the Anglican Communion.

28 June 2019

Bishop of Temotu, Leonard Dawea, elected Primate of the Anglican Church of Melanesia

The Anglican Church of Melanesia will have a new Primate this year when the Bishop of Temotu, Leonard Dawea, is installed in September.

28 June 2019

Research shows most Sydney Anglicans found faith as teenagers

Youth work in churches received a boost in Australia after research revealed the majority of Sydney Anglicans became Christians as teens.

21 June 2019

Archbishop of Canterbury highlights missional role of religious communities

The role of religious communities in the Anglican Communion was highlighted at a conference at St Paul’s University in Limuru last month.

21 June 2019

Former Anglican Primate of Melanesia elected as Governor General of the Solomon Islands

Bishop David Vunagi, former Archbishop of Melanesia, has been elected to serve as the next Governor General of the Solomon Islands

14 June 2019

World’s oldest ecumenical movement celebrates its 175th anniversary

The Archbishop of York joined in celebrations with one of the oldest ecumenical global movements in marking its 175th anniversary

14 June 2019

Christian and Muslim scholars discuss freedom of religion

Christian and Muslim academics gathered to discuss freedom and the role of faith communities in the Ecumenical Institute of Bossey

14 June 2019