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Young people invited to spend "a year in God's time" at Lambeth Palace

Young Christians from around the world are being invited to spend ‘a year in God’s time’ at Lambeth Palace, the London home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, as applications open for the second year of the Community of St Anselm.

14 December 2015

Is there enough evidence in our lives to convict us of being a Christian?

Staff and supporters of the Anglican Communion Office gathered in the chapel of the organisation’s London headquarters last night for the annual Saint Andrew’s Day service to pray for the work of the Communion and its provinces around the world.

01 December 2015

Archbishop Justin Welby celebrates five decades of peace-building in Northern Ireland

Jesus calls us "irrevocably" to the task of reconciliation, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said yesterday (Sunday) during a celebration service for Northern Ireland's oldest peace-making organisation, the Corrymeela Community.

02 November 2015

Vice President praises Anglican Church of Burundi for community development

The Anglican Church of Burundi has been praised by the government for its contribution to the development of the country and its support of the community. The Senior Vice President of Burundi, the Honourable Anicet Niyongabo, expressed the government’s gratitude during an ordination service in the Diocese of Matana.

15 October 2015

New monastic project calls young women to grow in Christ

Women aged between 22 and 40 are being invited to “spend a year in God’s rhythm” while they learn to pray, serve others and study, while living in intentional community alongside the Sisterhood of Saint John the Divine in Toronto, Canada.

12 October 2015

Melbourne Anglicans to join Community of St Anselm venture

Couple to trade daily routines for year of reflection, prayer at monastic programme under leadership of Archbishop of Canterbury

12 June 2015