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British police charge “Daesh supporter” over planned St Paul’s Cathedral terror attack

The iconic St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of London, England, was the target of a planned terror attack, the Metropolitan Police have said.

16 October 2019

Youth officer’s advocacy helps Scottish churches tackle rural poverty

A youth officer from the Scottish Episcopal Church has been helping rural churches take steps to tackle child poverty in their communities.

15 August 2019

Anglican bishops in Sri Lanka advise clergy to “prudently discern” whether to hold services

Bishops of the Anglican Church of Ceylon have asked clergy to “prayerfully discern whether it is prudent to hold the worship” on Sunday.

26 April 2019

Lessons for online donation services after fraudsters hit Diocese of Qu’Appelle’s website

The Diocese of Qu’Appelle’s Finance Officer warns church bodies with an online donation facility to make sure it’s protected from fraud.

12 February 2019

Anglican Church of Burundi helps improve rice growing techniques

Anglican Church of Burundi is helping train farmers to improve rice yields as part of efforts to combat food insecurity in the country.

15 May 2018

Kenyan police foil terror attack and recover gun stolen during attack on church guards

Police recover a gun that was stolen from one of two police officers who were shot and killed as they guarded a church in Kenya.

20 December 2017

Delight as “Chennai Six” set to return home after four years in captivity

The Anglican agency Mission to Seafarers has spoken of its delight at the acquittal of 35 sailors held in captivity in India on weapons charges.

06 December 2017

Pakistan politician says non-Muslims should not be treated as a minority

The leader of Pakistan’s Jamat-e-Islami political party, Senator Siraj ul Haq, has said that non-Muslims should not be referred to as minorities.

26 October 2017

Anglican primates discuss action on climate change

Disappearing islands in the south Pacific, recent hurricanes in the Caribbean and food security issues in Africa were amongst the items discussed by Anglican church leaders as they discussed climate change and the environment during the Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury, England.

06 October 2017

African Christians study water, food and climate justice in WCC Eco-School

Young Anglicans were among an ecumenical group of Christians from across Africa who took part in a WCC Eco-School on Water, Food and Climate Justice.

15 August 2017