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Anglican Communion Deputy Secretary General pays tribute after death of Prince Philip

The Deputy Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, the Revd Dr Will Adam, has paid tribute following the death of Prince Philip.

09 April 2021

World Health Day marked by launch of new Anglican Health and Community Network

A new Anglican Health and Community Network is launched today - World Health Day - at a time when the world is gripped by a pandemic.

07 April 2021

Anglican Communion Secretary General urges Christians to pray for the People of Myanmar

Anglican Communion Secretary General, Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon, urges all Christians to pray for the People of Myanmar.

02 April 2021

Justin Welby’s ecumenical adviser to be Deputy Secretary General in new ACO Core Team

Dr Will Adam, the Anglican Communion’s Director for Unity, Faith and Order, becomes Deputy Secretary General in ongoing ACO restructuring.

12 February 2021

Gender Justice remains a priority after restructure of the Anglican Communion Office

The work to facilitate and resource Anglican Churches around the world in the fight for gender justice will continue in the new look ACO.

09 February 2021

Anglican Consultative Council Chief Operating Officer David White steps down

David White has stepped down as part of the  restructuring of the Anglican Consultative Council, which was announced earlier this month.

01 February 2021

Anglican Communion Finance Director moves to Church of England’s Chelmsford Diocese

The Anglican Communion’s Director of Finance and Resources, Michaela Southworth, becomes Finance Director for Chelmsford Diocese.

27 January 2021

Standing Committee review leads to shift of focus in the Anglican Communion Office

The Anglican Communion Standing Committee has announced changes to the operational priorities of the Anglican Communion Office.

19 January 2021

Dr Josiah Idowu-Fearon: “Nigeria’s religious leaders should not seek political office”

The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion has said that religious leaders in Nigeria should not seek political office in the country.

18 January 2021

Building Hope Together – report highlights Anglican Communion responses to Covid-19

Anglican churches around the world have remained “a committed, loving and active presence in their communities” during Covid pandemic.

14 December 2020