First couple to marry under Church of South India’s “Green Wedding” protocol

Posted on: January 15, 2019 Photo Credit: CSI When Anjay and Nisha, a young couple from Kerala, were married at St Thomas’ Church in Punnackadu, last month, they planted saplings as part of the Church of South India’s new “Green Wedding” protocol. The couple were the first to be married in the CSI since the … Continue reading “First couple to marry under Church of South India’s “Green Wedding” protocol”

Interim Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome rebuffs “resurrection” criticism

Posted on: January 15, 2019  A retired Anglican priest from Australia who has been chosen to lead the Anglican Centre in Rome on an interim basis has sought to rebuff criticism about his beliefs in the resurrection. The former Dean of St George’s Cathedral in Perth, Western Australia, Dr John Shepherd, was appointed as interim … Continue reading “Interim Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome rebuffs “resurrection” criticism”

Continued growth for Anglican Communion News Service as page views up 15 per cent

Posted on: January 10, 2019 The Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS) has seen a 15 per cent increase in page views on its anglicannews.org website  over the past 12 months. Just under half-a-million users visited the ACNS website in 2018. The most popular item – one that crashed the website on the day it was published – reported … Continue reading “Continued growth for Anglican Communion News Service as page views up 15 per cent”

Queen Elizabeth honours former Mothers’ Union Worldwide President Lynne Tembey

Posted on: January 11, 2019 Former Mothers’ Union Worldwide President, Lynne Tembey, opening a new MU Centre in Tukuya, in the Southern Islands of Tanzania, last year. Photo Credit: Mothers’ union on Twitter The former Worldwide President of the Mothers’ Union, Lynne Tembey, is to be awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE). The … Continue reading “Queen Elizabeth honours former Mothers’ Union Worldwide President Lynne Tembey”

Statement on the situation in Wet’suwet’en First Nation

View this statement as a PDF. January 11, 2019 We as Indigenous and non-Indigenous Anglicans are writing to express our concern and distress about disturbing events in Wet’suwet’en land this past week. Specifically, we are concerned about the arrests at the Gitdimt’en checkpoint on Monday, January 7th, 2019. Our concern is threefold: 1) This action … Continue reading “Statement on the situation in Wet’suwet’en First Nation”