Christians across the world from many denominations are praying today for peace in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Archbishop Justin Welby is backing Pope Francis’ call for tomorrow to be set aside as a day of prayer and fasting for South Sudan & Congo.
Anglican leaders have continued to pay tribute to evangelist Billy Graham, who died yesterday at his North Carolina home, aged 99.
The General Secretary of the WCC has echoed calls for this coming Friday to be set aside as a day of prayer and fasting for peace.
Anglican provinces around the world have responded positively to Pope Francis’ call for an ecumenical day of prayer and fasting for peace.
Members of the Anglican Communion’s new Inter Faith Commission will gather for their first meeting next week, in Cairo, Egypt.
As Cyclone Gita headed towards Tonga, a group of young Anglicans gathered at their Church in Nuku’alofa to prepare their response.
Celebrated the day before Ash Wednesday, Shrove Tuesday (also called “Pancake Day”) is the final day before the 40-day period of Lent.
The Archbishop of Papua New Guinea, Allan Migi, has spoken out against the increasing number of attacks and murders of alleged witches.
Anglican leaders have endorsed Pope Francis’ call for an ecumenical day of prayer and fasting peace in Congo and South Sudan.
A group of 33 recently appointed bishops are spending a week at the Anglican Communion’s mother church as part of a global induction.
The world mission arm of the Anglican Church of Australia has produced a Lent study guide to help people explore the UN’s SDGs.
The Anglican Alliance has launched a year-long focus on initiatives tackling modern slavery and human trafficking across the Communion.
The Assistant Bishop of Melbourne has produced a tv commercial urging people to give South Sudanese exiles a “safe start” to the school year.
Tens of thousands of Christians from around the world are expected to take part once again in a global wave of prayer for evangelism.
The Synod of the Anglican Church in New Zealand will consider blessing same-sex relationships without changing its teaching on marriage.
The Revd Dr Olav Fykse Tveit will take an anti-nuclear message with him when he travels to the World Economic Forum in Davos tomorrow.
Bishop Philip Huggins says the church should do more to support the South Sudanese migrant and refugee community in Victoria state.
Lambeth Palace will host an event during the Season of Creation in the Autumn showcasing Anglican primates’ views on the environment.
Archbishop Winston Halapua consecrates a church and blesses 14 new homes and a school dormitory in the Fijian village of Maniava.