Anglicans from the Diocese of Toronto who participated in the Anglican Communion’s one-year indaba process believe it can have a transforming effect upon the church if it is used more broadly.
30 March 2012
Bishops of the Anglican Church of Kenya have resolved to forge a united front in advocating for a transformed and united nation in the run up to the 2012 elections.
17 November 2011
An informal link that has existed for the past few years has now been made official after the Diocese of Llandaff was “twinned” with the Church of Bangladesh.
13 July 2011
Ghanaian bishop Festus Yeboah-Asuamah told a recent meeting of Ghanaian theologians that while the challenges facing the Communion were “complex”, and that the answers may yet be “far away” there was hope in unity.
08 March 2011
Last week the bishops of Ho in Ghana, Mbeere in Kenya and Saldanha Bay in South Africa gathered at St Julian’s in Limuru, Kenya, to discuss their and their dioceses' involvement in the Anglican Communion’s Continuing Indaba project.
22 November 2010
Bishops from dioceses as far apart as Hong Kong, Jamaica and Toronto gathered last week to discuss the next steps of the Anglican Communion’s Continuing Indaba project.
20 July 2010
Chinese proverbs offered a Hong Kong-based group some helpful insights into ways Anglicans might best talk and work through their differences.
19 July 2010
"Jesus Christ is the standard for discerning the path between authentic cultural expression and flawed syncretism, between ensuring we do not quench the Spirit and yet properly testing what we believe may be the Spirit's leading," said Archbishop Thabo Makgoba, Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town and Metropolitan of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.
11 June 2010
The arrival of Continuing Indaba on the Internet as part of the Anglican Communion web site makes visible the preparatory work already in hand for the series of pilot conversations between dioceses from different parts of the Communion to take place during 2010 and 2011.
30 April 2010
“It came as a surprise to find myself in a room with people gifted in all areas,” said Stuart Burns, Head of the School for Ministry in the Leicester Diocese, on the first meeting of the UK and Ireland Resource Hub for the Continuing Indaba Project.
26 April 2010