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Sierra Leone parish emerges from the ruins of civil war

Thirteen years after the close of the Sierra Leone civil the Diocese of Freetown has reconsecrated St Simon & St Jude parish church in...

Church of England statement on gay clergy

Statement on Nottingham Employment Tribunal, 17 June 2015 "The Church of England supports gay men and women who serve as clergy in its parishes, dioceses...

Archbishop of Canterbury join faith leaders in call for urgent action to tackle climate change

Faith leaders in Britain have pledged to fast and pray for the success of key international negotiations over climate change in a new declaration...

Diocese of South Carolina Files Reply Brief with the South Carolina Supreme Court

The Diocese of South Carolina disassociated with The Episcopal Church in complete accord with South Carolina law and Constitutional precedent. CHARLESTON, SC, JUNE 16, 2015...

Archbishop of Canterbury marks 800th anniversary of Magna Carta

The Archbishop of Canterbury today attended the Magna Carta 800th anniversary celebration at Runnymede in Berkshire. Speaking at the celebrations, which were led by...

Lukewarm response from Nigeria to the appointment of new ACC general secretary

The Church of Nigeria has distanced itself from the appointment of the Rt. Rev. Josiah Idowu-Fearon as general secretary of the Anglican Consultative Council....

Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori preaches at abbey

Over the weekend, Presiding Bishop Jefferts Schori attended a discussion with the Rector of St Margaret's and Chair of the Westminster Abbey Institute, the...

Hoping for reconciliation, Episcopalians offer to settle lawsuit

Episcopalians who are seeking to end the bitter legal battle over church property in eastern South Carolina have presented a settlement agreement to a...

Diocese of South Carolina rejects “spurious” settlement offer

CHARLESTON, SC, JUNE 15, 2015 – The parishes of the Diocese of South Carolina in the lawsuit against the Episcopal Church have unanimously rejected what...

Uganda Martyrs Day marked in Namugongo

Three million pilgrims attend Anglican/Catholic festivals The Primate of Uganda has marked the feast of the Martyrs of Uganda by calling upon politicians and voters to...

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Anglican Church to consider request from Royal Commission to...

The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care in New Zealand has asked the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and...

Archbishop urges govt to come clean on the murder...

The former Archbishop of Kenya has asked the government to come clean over the death of the former bishop of Eldoret, the...

Thoughts on the Jerusalem Declaration Pt 3: Should Clause...

In my first essay, I looked at the portions of the Jerusalem Declaration that expound Gafcon’s understanding of the nature of the church....

African religious leaders urge East African governments to take...

NAIROBI, KENYA – SEPTEMBER 12, 2019 – Today marks one year since warring parties in South Sudan signed a momentous renewed agreement...