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Sea of Hands art piece promotes Reconciliation Week at Australia’s Newcastle Cathedral

The social care charity Samaritans is staging an art exhibition at Christ Church Cathedral in Newcastle to promote indigenous Reconciliation.

29 May 2018

Bishop of Hawaii “marvels at God’s creation” as Kilauea’s volcanic eruption continues

No churches in the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii are in the path of the lava flow currently emanating from the Kilauea volcanic eruption.

23 May 2018

Canadian Anglicans unite to step up the fight against human trafficking

Anglicans in Ontario held a regional consultation last month as part of national efforts by the Church in Canada to ending human trafficking.

04 May 2018

Navajoland sees new uses for old hospital as Presiding Bishop blesses re-consecrated chapel

A mission serving a First Nations community in New Mexico is committed to renovating its former historic hospital building in Farmington.

04 May 2018

Online fundraising campaign launched as fire destroys First Nation church in Canada

A northern Manitoba parish has launched a fundraising campaign to replace its burned-down church in the Shamattawa First Nation.

01 May 2018

Canadian indigenous church possible by 2019, says primate

The changes to church law needed to create a self-determining spiritual community for indigenous Canadian Anglicans could be made in 2019.

21 September 2017

Wichi-Spanish language dictionary published after four decades of work

After 40 years’ work, former Church Mission Society mission partner, Bob Lunt, has completed and published a new Wichí–Spanish language dictionary to complement the Wichí Bible translation, which was first published in 2002.

01 September 2017

Indigenous bishop slams the “doctrine of discovery”

The idea that indigenous people need to be discovered and westernised has been criticised by the national indigenous bishop of Canada.

17 August 2017

Canadian Primate : look beyond quarrels to church’s wider calling of working for justice

Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada reflected on the church’s role in society in an opening address to Council of General Synod (CoGS), taking place in Mississauga.

26 June 2017

St. Jude's Cathedral in Canadian Arctic pays off its debt after years of fundraising

Twelve years after St. Jude’s Cathedral - the iconic house of worship in Iqaluit, Nunavut was destroyed by arson - the diocese of the Arctic has announced it has finally paid off the debt accrued in rebuilding it.

05 May 2017