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Archbishop of Canterbury receives Covid-19 vaccine as hospital chaplaincy volunteer

Archbishop Justin Welby, a volunteer chaplain at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London, received his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

18 January 2021

Building Hope Together – report highlights Anglican Communion responses to Covid-19

Anglican churches around the world have remained “a committed, loving and active presence in their communities” during Covid pandemic.

14 December 2020

Global Anglican leaders call for “equitable” Covid-19 vaccine roll-out to world’s vulnerable

Anglican Communion Primates discussed the Covid-19 pandemic and called for vaccines to be made available to the world’s poorest.

12 November 2020

Canadian Primate concerned about growth in societal stress as Covid-19 pandemic lingers

Archbishop Linda Nicholls says “semi-permanent pattern of living and working” with Covid-19 is leading to a rise in mental health issues.

11 November 2020

Queen Elizabeth: all nations across the globe are joined in common endeavour to combat Covid-19

Queen Elizabeth II has made a rare televised address to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth as the world remains in lock-down.

07 April 2020

Youth lead by example on care for the environment

Young people in Pakistan and Kenya are leading the way on care of the environment by taking practical steps to look after their communities

31 October 2019

Australian youth survey gives young people a voice over their concerns

An Australian Christian charity is urging young people to speak up about the main issues they face by taking part in a national survey.

08 August 2019

Church of South India Moderator, Bishop Thomas K Oommen, recovering after a stroke

The Moderator of the united Church of South India (CSI), Bishop Thomas K Oommen, is recovering at home after treatment for a stroke.

11 February 2019

Archbishop of York launches crowd-funding appeal for Ugandan bishop’s cancer treatment

A crowd-funding appeal could help Bishop Hannington Mutebi of Kampala receive life-saving treatment at King’s College Hospital, London.

29 January 2019

International funding buys an ambulance to secure future of St Luke’s Hospital in Nablus

An international fundraising campaign has enabled St Luke’s Hospital in Nablus to buy an ambulance – and with it, secure its future.

22 January 2019