Archbishop of Canterbury highlights missional role of religious communities

Posted on: June 21, 2019 The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby in Limuru, Kenya, for the conference on religious communities earlier this month Photo Credit: Anglican Church of Kenya [ACNS, by Rachel Farmer] The vital role of religious communities in the Anglican Communion was highlighted at an Anglican Communion conference at St Paul’s University in … Continue reading “Archbishop of Canterbury highlights missional role of religious communities”

United Nations hears of Anglican Communion Churches’ active role in tackling climate change

Posted on: June 7, 2019  The Anglican Communion’s Advocacy Officer and Head of New York Office, Jillian Abballe, took part in a UN TV discussion this week Photo Credit: ACNS [ACNS, by Rachel Farmer] The vital role of the church and faith communities in tackling climate change was highlighted during a televised discussion broadcast live … Continue reading “United Nations hears of Anglican Communion Churches’ active role in tackling climate change”

I believe in the Anglican Communion

By Archdeacon Paul Feheley 24 May 2019  The Principal Secretary to the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, the National Director of the Anglican Fellowship of Prayer, and the parish priest of St Michael and All Angels Church in Toronto, Archdeacon Paul Feheley, reflects on the recent meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council.   … Continue reading “I believe in the Anglican Communion”

Christians around the world observe Anglican Communion Sunday this weekend

Posted on: May 24, 2019  Christians from all over the world will pray for the Anglican Communion on Sunday (26 May) – the feast day of St Augustine of Canterbury. The member Churches of the Anglican Communion were first asked to set aside a Sunday for prayer for the Anglican Communion in 2002, when the … Continue reading “Christians around the world observe Anglican Communion Sunday this weekend”

Human trafficking consultations wrap up in B.C.

By Matt Gardner May 22, 2019 The last of four regional consultations across the Anglican Church of Canada on how to end human trafficking and modern slavery took place on April 2-5 at the Bethlehem Centre in Nanaimo, B.C.  The gathering, which brought together approximately 20 representatives from the Province of B.C. and Yukon, highlighted … Continue reading “Human trafficking consultations wrap up in B.C.”