Earth Day: from death to resurrection

By The Revd Canon Dr Rachel Mash 18 April 2019 As we approach Earth Day (Monday 22 April), the largest civic-focused day of action in the world, the Environmental Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, Canon Rachel Mash, poses a challenge for Christians and makes connections with the Easter story. If the Easter … Continue reading “Earth Day: from death to resurrection”

Fillable baptism and sponsor certificates (Resources)

  Facebook Twitter email Fillable baptism and sponsor certificates are available for both children and adults, BAS and BCP, female and male. Warden certificates and certificates for confirmation, marriage, Christian service, and reception into the Anglican Communion are also available. Many of these certificates use the popular Bede House design. Certificates not indicated for use … Continue reading “Fillable baptism and sponsor certificates (Resources)”

Thy Kingdom Come: Archbishops invite global Church to pray for people to come to faith

Posted on: April 8, 2019 The Archbishops of Canterbury and York, Justin Welby and John Sentamu, have invited Christians around the world to pray for more people to know Christ. The invitation comes in the run-up to the now-annual Thy Kingdom Come global wave of prayer, which runs from Ascension to Pentecost. The invitation was … Continue reading “Thy Kingdom Come: Archbishops invite global Church to pray for people to come to faith”

Draft agenda for the Anglican Consultative Council – ACC-17 – in Hong Kong published

Posted on: March 28, 2019 Members of the Anglican Consultative Council pose for a group photo at the ACC-16 meeting in Lusaka, Zambia, in April 2016. Photo Credit: ACNS The seventeenth meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council – ACC-17 – begins in a month in Hong Kong. The ACC, one of four Instruments of the … Continue reading “Draft agenda for the Anglican Consultative Council – ACC-17 – in Hong Kong published”

Wycliffe team develops wellness assessment tool for people in ministry

By Tali Folkins March 27, 2019 A research project at the University of Toronto’s Wycliffe College has resulted in the development of a wellness self-assessment tool for people involved in ministry. Participants in the Wellness Project @ Wycliffe—who can be lay or ordained, as long as they are involved in ministry—answer a set of online … Continue reading “Wycliffe team develops wellness assessment tool for people in ministry”