Anglicans worldwide are working to provide support and care for refugees

By Amelia Brown, ACNS (Anglican Communion News Service) June 20, 2018 Syrian refugees arrive on the Greek Island of Lesbos in 2015. Photo: Nicolas Economou/Shutterstock   Today – June 20 – is World Refugee Day, when the world is called to remember the millions of individuals fleeing their countries as refugees; and the millions more … Continue reading “Anglicans worldwide are working to provide support and care for refugees”

Regional human trafficking consultations begin with Pickering event

The Rev. Rachel Carnegie, co-executive director of the Anglican Alliance, speaks at the Ecclesiastical Province of Ontario consultation on human trafficking,which took place from April 10-13 in Pickering. Photo by Matt Gardner Regional human trafficking consultations begin with Pickering event By Matt Gardner April 19, 2018 Facebook Twitter email   Extreme poverty drives many Filipino … Continue reading “Regional human trafficking consultations begin with Pickering event”

Episcopal Church of Cuba working with communities to transform lives

Posted on: July 18, 2017 Photo Credit: Ang All En Espanol The Anglican Alliance has been on a fact finding mission to the Episcopal Diocese of Cuba to learn more about its mission and development programme. In every part of the Communion, the Anglican Alliance seeks to understand local models of holistic mission which can … Continue reading “Episcopal Church of Cuba working with communities to transform lives”

“Welcoming the stranger”

Posted By The Revd Rachel Carnegie 03 July 2017 Last year I met ‘Binyamin’, a young refugee from Afghanistan, who had fled to Europe when he was just 15. He then spent the next eight years being bounced from one country to another, his asylum applications repeatedly rejected. It was when he finally visited a church-based … Continue reading ““Welcoming the stranger””