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Regional Anglican Inter Faith Network for Europe and Americas launched

The Archbishop of Dublin, Dr Michael Jackson, has chaired the inaugural meeting of Anglican Inter Faith Network for Europe and Americas.

05 October 2018

Anglicans join other faith leaders in global advocacy to UN for internally displaced people

The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion has joined other faith leaders in calling on governments to support the world’s IDPs.

20 September 2018

Welsh bishops to explore “formal provision” for same-sex couples

The Bishops of the Church in Wales will explore formal provision for same-sex couples in church after a debate in its Governing Body.

13 September 2018

Church in Wales highlights “poor upbringing” of Welsh children during Eisteddfod event

Church volunteers are stepping in to provide food and support for struggling families as cuts to public spending impact on child poverty.

10 August 2018

Archbishop launches emergency appeal following crippling New South Wales drought

The Archbishop of Sydney’s development agency, Anglican Aid, has launched an emergency appeal in response to a crippling drought.

07 August 2018

Archbishop of Wales uses cultural festival appearance to highlight child poverty

Archbishop John Davies will use an appearance at the National Eisteddfod tomorrow to highlight increasing levels of child poverty in Wales.

07 August 2018

Christians in public life in Wales and Australia discuss connection between faith and work

Anglican politicians in Wales and the former Australian Reserve Bank governor have been explaining the role of faith in public life.

27 July 2018

Prince Charles visits churches as part of his summer tour of Wales

The Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, has visited a number of Anglican churches as part of his annual summer tour of the country.

12 July 2018

Archbishop’s dispensation required for Church in Wales’ youngest ever ordinand

The Bishop of St Asaph will ordain a 22-year-old tomorrow – a year younger than that normally allowed in the Church of Wales’ rules.

29 June 2018

Church in Wales wins contract to train British military chaplains

Chaplains serving UK armed forces will continue to be trained by the Church in Wales, after St Padarn’s Institute won a training contract.

21 June 2018