Anglicans respond to climate crisis

By The Revd Canon Dr Jeff Golliher and the Revd Canon Dr Rachel Mash 12 October 2018  With the UN warning that irreversible catastrophic climate changes are now a possibility, the Revd Canon Dr Jeff Golliher, Adviser for the Environment, Climate Change and Sustainable Communities at the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations; and … Continue reading “Anglicans respond to climate crisis”

Brexit: an end to diversity in unity?

By Dr Clare Amos 03 October 2018  The honorary Director of Lay Discipleship in the Diocese in Europe, Dr Clare Amos, reflects on the nature of the continent of Europe and the implications of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. “The Diocese in Europe is like the Anglican Communion in miniature”. That was a … Continue reading “Brexit: an end to diversity in unity?”

What happens and should happen when water becomes scarce?

By Dr Jeff Golliher 20 September 2018 In this Season of Creation, the Program Director for the Environment and Sustainable Development at the Anglican Communion Office in New York, the Revd Canon Dr Jeff Golliher, reflects on last month’s World Water Week conference. For nearly 20 years, the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) has hosted … Continue reading “What happens and should happen when water becomes scarce?”

25 years after Peers’s apology, glimmers of ‘true repentance’

By Wayne Holst September 18, 2018 Elder Vi Smith accepts the apology of former primate of the Anglican Church of Canada Archbishop Michael Peers, Minaki, Ont., Aug. 6, 1993. Photo: Anglican Video     How times have changed in the 25 years since former primate Michael Peers offered his apology to Canada’s Indigenous peoples on … Continue reading “25 years after Peers’s apology, glimmers of ‘true repentance’”

Not all those who wander are lost

By The Revd Canon Philip Mounstephen 22 August 2018  Does the Church today need mission agencies, like CMS, USPG and Mothers’ Union (to name but three amongst many)? Isn’t the amazing growth of the Church in the global south both eloquent testimony to the success of mission agencies – and evidence that they’re not needed … Continue reading “Not all those who wander are lost”