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Trio of new primates as new Anglican leaders appointed in Alexandria, Burundi and Pakistan

A new Archbishop of Alexandria and Moderator of Pakistan have been installed as Burundi looks forward to its new Archbishop in August.

16 June 2021

Anglican Communion’s newest province appoints Dean of Alexandria Cathedral and its churches

The Very Revd David Aziz has been appointed as the new Dean of the Episcopal / Anglican Cathedral of Saint Mark in Alexandria, Egypt.

02 April 2021

Diocese of Egypt’s Deaf Unit continuing to provide care despite Covid restrictions

The Deaf Unit in Cairo, part of the Episcopal / Anglican Diocese of Egypt, continues to serve their community despite covid-19 setbacks.

02 April 2021

Go-ahead given for new Anglican Communion Province of Alexandria

The Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa is set to become the 41st province of the Anglican Communion.

20 January 2020

Anglicans joined Christians and people of other faiths to pray for peace at Christmas

Events were held throughout the world over Christmas at which Anglicans prayed for peace and reconciliation in their nations with other Christians and people of different faiths.

07 January 2020

New Primate for the Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East to be installed on Sunday

Bishop of Cyprus and the Gulf, Michael Lewis, is to be President Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East

14 November 2019

Archbishop’s call to prayer impacts churches around the world

A bishop from Bangladesh claims the Archbishop of Canterbury’s global ecumenical call to prayer has helped bring new life to the church.

24 October 2019

New bishop tasked with training leaders for Ethiopia’s fast-growing churches

New area bishop for growing churches in the Gambella region of Ethiopia has been given important task of training up Christian leaders.

19 September 2019

Incense in doubt as loss of Boswellia trees leads to global shortage of frankincense

A global shortage of frankincense could threaten the production of incense, which some churches use as a visible sign of prayers ascending.

19 July 2019

The Anglican Church of the Epiphany in Egypt’s Port Said celebrates its 130-year anniversary

An Anglican Church which was first created to care for English-speaking workers on the Suez Canal has celebrated its 130th anniversary.

13 May 2019