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Anglicans take on global ‘plastic pandemic’ at the UN

Anglican representatives to the United Nations are celebrating the passing of a major international agreement on tackling plastic pollution.

25 March 2022

Anglican bishop builds closer ties between Christian higher education institutions in Burundi

An exchange forum, based in Bujumbura, has been organised by Christian universities and theological colleges in Burundi.

11 February 2020

World Council of Churches’ environment specialist among 157 killed in plane crash

WCC environment expert Norman Tendis is amongst 157 people killed when an Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed near Addis Ababa on Sunday.

12 March 2019

Terror attack leaves “trail of pain and untold suffering”, Anglican Church of Kenya says

The terror attack in Nairobi has “left behind a trail of pain and untold suffering”, the Anglican Church of Kenya said in a statement.

17 January 2019

Archbishop Justin Welby preaches reconciliation to Kenya’s political leaders

The key-players in Kenya’s disputed elections were at All Saints’ Cathedral in Nairobi as the Archbishop of Canterbury spoke about reconciliation.

06 November 2017

New Archbishop of Kenya enthroned

Thousands of Anglicans from Kenya and beyond yesterday attended the enthronement of their new archbishop, the Most Revd Dr Jackson Ole Sapit at the All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi.

04 July 2016

Women leaders in African churches reflect on HIV and AIDS

Early struggles in developing a response to the HIV and AIDS pandemic were remembered by African women church leaders who gathered in Nairobi, Kenya

30 June 2014

Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa celebrates 50th anniversary

Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa celebrates 50th anniversary

The Programme for Christian-Muslim Relations in Africa (PROCMURA) celebrated 50 years with a conference held in Nairobi between 19th and 23rd November.

16 December 2009

African mission conference closes: proposals to empower both clergy and laity

A major conference held in Nairobi last week for representatives from across the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) has called for an Anglican renewal in the continent, both through prayer and a dynamic approach to mission and evangelism.

19 April 2004