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Anglican leaders conclude regional Primates’ Meeting with hope

Anglican Primates from the Americas and the Caribbean have Committed to continue meeting regularly and working together in future.

29 November 2018

Archbishop of Central America elected to Anglican Communion’s Standing Committee

Archbishop Julio Murray of Central America has been elected as the Americas Primate on the Anglican Communion’s Standing Committee.

28 November 2018

Anglican leaders from the Americas gather in Toronto for regional Primates’ Meeting

The leaders the Anglican Provinces from Cape Horn to the Arctic are gathering in Toronto, Canada, for a regional Primates’ Meeting.

27 November 2018

Jamaica’s Registrar General apologises to Bishop of Kingston over marriage dispute

The Registrar General’s Department has apologised to Bishop Robert Thompson after he was stripped of the right to conduct marriages.

08 August 2018

Holy table destroyed but Barbadian fire fighters save church after arson attack

Arsonists destroyed the holy table and other items in a Barbadian Church, but fire fighters prevented significant damage to the building.

30 July 2018

Fire-ravaged home for girls in Jamaica re-opens in time for 100th anniversary

A home for girls in Jamaica which was all-but destroyed by a devastating fire in 2015 has been re-opened by Bishop Howard Gregory.

21 March 2018

Diocesan chancellor sworn in as President of Trinidad and Tobago

The chief legal officer for the Anglican Diocese of Trinidad and Tobago, Paula Mae Weekes, has been sworn in as the country’s President.

20 March 2018

Province of the West Indies pays tribute to retiring Archbishop John Holder

Thousands of Christians from across the West Indies gathered at a gymnasium in Barbados to pay tribute to Archbishop John Holder.

12 February 2018

Latin America bishops call on US to “love the stranger” in statement on immigration policies

Bishops from Latin America met last week to discuss “anti-migrant, racist and discriminatory policies adopted by the US’ authorities.”

06 February 2018

Christian groups decry US policy change on Salvadorans as Episcopalians offer support

200,000 Salvadorans who have legally established roots and families in the US could be deported after immigration protections end.

12 January 2018