Anglican educational network founder honoured with Distinguished Fellowship

Posted on: March 11, 2019   Photo Credit: CUAC   The founder of the official Anglican Communion network Colleges & Universities of the Anglican Communion, Dr Linda Chisholm, has been awarded the organisation’s third Distinguished Fellowship. The network brings together further and higher education institutions from across the Anglican Communion. It was launched in Canterbury … Continue reading “Anglican educational network founder honoured with Distinguished Fellowship”

Theologians compile resource to help ordinands and seminarians learn about gender justice

Posted on: March 20, 2019 A new educational resource to help Anglican theological colleges, seminaries and training programmes teach about just relationships between males and females is being developed by the International Anglican Women’s Network (IAWN). An international theological working group, drawing members from across the Communion, met in Limuru, Kenya, last week, to work … Continue reading “Theologians compile resource to help ordinands and seminarians learn about gender justice”

Church House welcomes new editorial supervisor

    By General Synod Communications on March 19, 2019 Facebook Twitter email Matthew Townsend has been appointed as the Supervisor, Editorial, with the General Synod of The Anglican Church of Canada. Matthew will be providing the Anglican Journal with day-to-day leadership until December 31, 2019. He has worked in editorial, journalistic, and web development … Continue reading “Church House welcomes new editorial supervisor”

Weeping, praying, and standing with our Muslim neighbours

  Weeping, praying, and standing with our Muslim neighbours By Fred Hiltz, Archbishop and Primate on March 15, 2019 Facebook Twitter email Our hearts are aching for Muslims across our country and around the world in the wake of the massacre of so many faithful Muslims in the midst of their Friday prayers in Christchurch, Aotearoa-New … Continue reading “Weeping, praying, and standing with our Muslim neighbours”

World Council of Churches’ environment specialist among 157 killed in plane crash

Posted on: March 12, 2019 Photo Credit: Marcelo Schneider / WCC An environment expert employed by the World Council of Churches, Norman Tendis, was amongst 157 people who were killed on Sunday when an Ethiopian Airlines flight from Addis Ababa to Nairobi crashed shortly after take-off. Flight ET302 came down near Tulu Fara near Bishoftu, … Continue reading “World Council of Churches’ environment specialist among 157 killed in plane crash”