Communion News

Anglicans in New Zealand urged to host Iftar meals for Muslim neighbours during Ramadan

The Tikanga Pākeha Ecumenical Group is inviting Anglican churches to host Iftar meals for their Muslim neighbours during Ramadan.
10-May-2021

Anglicans in Kenya donate sanitary and hygiene supplies for survivors of sexual violence

Anglicans in Kenya recently donated sanitary and hygiene supplies to police service gender desks for survivors of sexual violence.
10-May-2021

Anglicans join other faith leaders in global call for an end to “vaccine nationalism”

Anglicans from around the world have added their names to an open letter written by faith leaders calling for an end to vaccine nationalism.
7-May-2021

Anglican Communion prays for the Catholic community of South Sudan after bishop shot

Anglican Communion leaders react after the Catholic Bishop-Elect of Rumbek, Christian Carlassare, was attacked at the diocesan Offices.
28-Apr-2021

Online conversations mark start of bishops’ journeys to the Lambeth Conference in 2022

A series of online “Bishops’ Conversations” will be held to prepare bishops for the once-a-decade gathering of Anglican bishops in 2022.
22-Apr-2021

Patterns of racism in church culture revealed in audit of US-based Episcopal Church leadership

Official report assesses racial makeup and perceptions of the church’s leadership and summarises race influences on church culture.
20-Apr-2021

Revamped Bishop at Lambeth role boosts links between Archbishops of Canterbury and York

Lambeth Conference Working Group Chair, Bishop Emma Ineson, given new role as Bishop to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.
19-Apr-2021

Churches call for unified political response to community tensions in Northern Ireland

Ecumenical group of church leaders urges Northern Ireland, UK, Irish, and EU leaders to jointly address violence and community tensions.
15-Apr-2021

Archbishop Howard Gregory says church must acknowledge role in violence against women

Archbishop Howard Gregory calls for Jamaican church to accept that some of its practices are used to justify violence against women.
12-Apr-2021

Anglican and Catholic Archbishops accuse UK Government of “broken promise”

Archbishop Justin Welby and Cardinal Vincent Nichols describe the UK Government plans to cut international aid as “deeply worrying”.
9-Apr-2021
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