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Diocese of Egypt’s Deaf Unit continuing to provide care despite Covid restrictions

The Deaf Unit in Cairo, part of the Episcopal / Anglican Diocese of Egypt, continues to serve their community despite covid-19 setbacks.

02 April 2021

Virginia and General Seminaries pursue joint venture to foster deeper collaboration

The two oldest and largest seminaries in the US-based Episcopal Church are exploring options for shared faculty and “collaborative governance”.

18 January 2021

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

Tributes paid following the death of Ghanaian Anglican theologian Canon John Pobee

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby leads tributes to the Revd Canon Professor John Samuel Pobee, who died last week.

04 February 2020

Theological educators plan pre-Lambeth Conference episcopal consultations

Bishops attending next year’s Lambeth Conference, will be able to attend two separate consultations on the future of theological education.

20 December 2019

Pakistan bishop continues to fight government takeover of Anglican college

A battle over control of an Anglican college is continuing after new legal moves by Pakistan's government to nationalise schools and colleges.

22 November 2019

Mothers’ Union calls members to show love for prisoners and families this week

Mothers’ Union members are being invited to focus their prayers around prisoners, prison staff and the families of prisoners this week.

17 October 2019

Tributes to an Anglican Communion pioneer of “service-learning”

Tributes have been paid to Dr Linda Chisolm, founder of Colleges & Universities of the Anglican Communion, following her recent death.

09 August 2019

Anglican Communion’s Secretary-General says education is key to peaceful communities

Dr Idowu-Fearon says inter-faith religious education will move some of Nigeria’s most divided communities away from hatred and fear.

19 July 2019

World Council of Churches opens up millions of ethical resources online

Partnership between the WCC and an international ethics network will unlock a vast amount of resources for ethical reflection and action.

16 May 2019