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Anglican educational network founder honoured with Distinguished Fellowship

Dr Linda Chisholm, founder of the Colleges & Universities of the Anglican Communion, has been honoured with a Distinguished Fellowship.

11 March 2019

Trinity Church Wall Street acquires California-based Church Divinity School of the Pacific

Church Divinity School of the Pacific and Trinity Church Wall Street announced this week that the parish has acquired the seminary.

08 March 2019

Celebrations as Burundi’s Bujumbura Christian University holds its first graduation ceremony

Bujumbura Christian University in Burundi is celebrating after 13 theology students became the first from the University to graduate.

05 March 2019

Anglican Communion’s ecumenical expert chosen as new President of Thorneloe University

Dr John Gibaut, Director of Unity, Faith and Order at the Anglican Communion, is to become President of Canada’s Thorneloe University.

21 January 2019

British and US clergy join leadership team at the Anglican Episcopal Diocese in Jerusalem

Archbishop Suheil Dawani has appointed a US-priest as his chaplain and a British priest as Dean of Jerusalems St George’s College.

21 September 2018

First students graduate from St Frumentius’ Theological College in Gambella, Ethiopa

An Anglican theological college established in the Gambella region of Ethiopia is celebrating after the graduation of its first group of students.

15 August 2018

Anglican priest elected chairperson of the Association of Christian Schools in Japan

The ecumenical Association of Christian Schools in Japan have elected an Anglican priest, Dr Renta Nishihara, as its new chairperson.

27 June 2018

Church in Wales wins contract to train British military chaplains

Chaplains serving UK armed forces will continue to be trained by the Church in Wales, after St Padarn’s Institute won a training contract.

21 June 2018

Episcopal-owned university revokes disgraced journalist Charlie Rose’s honorary degree

Sewanee: The University of the South, has revoked the honorary degree it had previously awarded to broadcast journalist Charlie Rose.

22 March 2018

Episcopal university vice-chancellor moves to reassure students after Charlie Rose furore

The vice-chancellor of Sewanee: The University of the South, has told students that it “continues to stand against sexual misconduct”.

28 February 2018