Bishop Michael Lewis, has announced that the Archdeacon of the Gulf, Dr Bill Schwartz OBE, is to be the next Anglican Dean of Bahrain.
A refusal letter sent by an official in Britain’s Home Office to an asylum seeker showed a “profound misunderstanding” of biblical texts.
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The Anglican Communion and the US-based Episcopal Church have delegations at the UN Commission on the Status of women meeting.
Theologians compile educational resource to help ordinands and seminarians learn about gender justice
New study materials to help Anglican theological colleges teach about just relationships between males and females is being developed.
More than 2.5 million people in southern Africa have been affected by Cyclone Idai, which has created a new “inland ocean” in Mozambique.
Communities urged to join together in conversation and prayer as discussions over the UK’s departure from the EU reach a pivotal point.
A former Roman Catholic priest, Daniel Genovesi, has been consecrated as Bishop of Uruguay in Anglican Church of South America.
The head of the New Zealand Church Missionary Society, Kenyan Priest Steve Maina, has been elected as the next Bishop of Nelson.
Anglicans from Caribbean islands have been taking part in a training workshop in Grenada to help them prepare and plan for disasters.
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Anglican archbishops and bishops in New Zealand and elsewhere have spoken out after gunmen attacked two mosques in Christchurch.
The Archbishop of Canterbury calls for Christians to be sensitive and seek genuine dialogue when witnessing to people of other faiths.
The Bishop of Mauritius, Ian Ernest, has been made Grand Commander of the Order of the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean (GCSK).
The British international affairs organisation FIRST has given its 2019 Advocacy Award to the Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba.
A resource to help churches engage with ecological and economic justice was launched during a public event at the World Council of Churches.