A short summary of the plans for 2020 from the Anglican Communion Office, including the Lambeth Conference in Canterbury this summer.
07 January 2020
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
A priest who acted as advisor to a TV drama about a rural female vicar has been appointed to oversee training of licensed ministers in Wales.
07 June 2018
The Bishop of Waikato in New Zealand is to return to her roots after being named as the new Bishop of Ripon in the C of E’s Diocese of Leeds.
10 November 2017
The director for theological education in the Anglican Communion, Dr Stephen Spencer, will build links between colleges and students.
31 October 2017
The church’s faithful witness in Sri Lanka amid a rich inter-religious environment and the challenges of post-war reconciliation has fostered new insights for the work of TEAC (theological education in the Anglican Communion).
12 March 2012
Meeting in Canterbury at the beginning of Lent 2010, the first meeting of the Steering Group of TEAC2, established by ACC 14 in Jamaica in May 2009, has been nourished and undergirded by the Scripture-soaked worship of this Cathedral in which we have been privileged to share.
11 March 2010
Kempton Park, South Africa. - The working group Theological Education for the Anglican Communion (TEAC) took time out of its meeting in South Africa this week to visit local church-based HIV/AIDS projects, and to see some of the realities that theological education must address.
20 January 2006
Approximately 35 members of the Anglican Communion Working Group on Theological Education (TEAC) are currently gathering for a major meeting at Kempton Park Conference Centre near Johannesburg, South Africa. The meeting will last from 14 - 21 January 2006
16 January 2006
At the meeting of the TEAC Steering Group and Convenors, held at Ripon College, Cuddesdon, in July 2005, the following statement about Principles for Theological Education was agreed
06 September 2005