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International Women’s Day Webinar – ‘Inspiring Inclusion’

Bishop Vicentia Kgabe and the Revd Domnic Misolo will be speaking at a webinar for International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March.

01 March 2024

Historic meeting of Africa’s Anglican women bishops held in Kenya

The first ever meeting of Africa’s six female Anglican bishops has taken place. The gathering was held at St Julian’s Retreat Centre, Kenya.

06 February 2024

Africa’s Primates send statement of solidarity to Primate of Sudan - “We are standing with you”

Africa’s Anglican Primates have sent a signed statement of solidarity to the “Primate and the faithful of the Episcopal Church of Sudan.”

05 December 2023

Mothers’ Union establishes GBV Champions across the Province of Southern Africa

The Mothers’ Union has established 10 Provincial Gender-Based Violence Champions across the Anglican Province of Southern Africa.

29 August 2023

Church of Pakistan Moderator calls for an end to ‘Judicial Apartheid’ against Christians

Bishop Azad Marshall, Moderator of the Church of Pakistan, has been visiting Christian communities who were attacked in Jaranwala.

22 August 2023

Pakistan church attacks: The Anglican Communion calls for justice and prayers

Secretary General of the Anglican Communion, Bishop Anthony Poggo, calls for prayer in the wake of attacks on churches in Pakistan.

17 August 2023

Girls Friendly Society World Council is underway in Johannesburg

The Girls Friendly Society (GFS) World Council is underway in Johannesburg with opening speeches from members across the Communion.

08 August 2023

South Sudanese Bishop Amosa Data Elinama ambushed by armed militia group near Morobo

The Bishop of Morobo, Amosa Data Elinama, was attacked and kidnapped this morning by an armed gang. He has since been released.

05 June 2023

Archbishop “horrified” by killings on eve of historic ecumenical pilgrimage to South Sudan

Revenge attack kills 21 people in South Sudan after six herders killed in Kajo-Keji on eve of the historic Ecumenical Peace Pilgrimage.

02 February 2023

Bishops in Sri Lanka urge government to ‘wake from its slumber’ over economic unrest

Bishops of the Church of Ceylon warn of a potential disaster in Sri Lanka where public unrest over the economy has resulted in violence.

08 April 2022