Anglican booksellers fortify their ministry by Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer

By¬†Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer Their churches are bookshelves and stock rooms. They preach about new theology books and vestments. Anglican booksellers aren’t your average ministers, but they reach out to hundreds of people who pass through their doors each week. From May 5 to 7, they met in Toronto, to bolster this ministry … Continue reading “Anglican booksellers fortify their ministry by Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer”

Colonial legacies, Anglican identities addressed at pioneering conference in Manchester

By Matthew Davies [Episcopal News Service, Manchester, England] Conversations about postcolonialism and the cultural and religious identities that have been shaped by the colonial past have seldom found their way onto the agendas of the Anglican Communion’s main councils and Instruments of Communion. An international group of scholars in colonial theory and Anglican history, that … Continue reading “Colonial legacies, Anglican identities addressed at pioneering conference in Manchester”