The Five Marks of Mission: One – to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom

ACNS, Staff Writer Young drummers and dancers take part in a joyous procession through the streets of Nagpur to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the formation of the united Church of North India. In the second of our series on the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission, Canon Richard Bartlett, Director of Mission Engagement for … Continue reading “The Five Marks of Mission: One – to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom”

What does Newman’s canonisation mean to Anglicans and why does it matter?

By The Revd. Dr. Benjamin King The Revd Dr Benjamin King from the School of Theology at the University of the South, Sewanee in Tennessee reflects on the importance of the canonisation of Newman for Anglicans. Newman’s canonisation is important to Anglicans because he was a bridge between communions, transferring a Catholic vision to worldwide … Continue reading “What does Newman’s canonisation mean to Anglicans and why does it matter?”

Primates in push to encourage all bishops to attend the 2020 Lambeth Conference

Posted on: July 1, 2019 Bishops at the Lambeth Conference in 1930 defined the Anglican Communion as “as a fellowship of churches, provinces and dioceses in communion with the See of Canterbury”. Photo Credit: ACNS [ACNS, by staff writer] The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has spoken of his desire that next year’s Lambeth Conference … Continue reading “Primates in push to encourage all bishops to attend the 2020 Lambeth Conference”

Journeys in Anglicanism

  Journeys in Anglicanism Easter(n) Pilgrims May 13, 2019 Hong Kong Sheung Kung Hui hosts The Anglican Consultative Council 17 My first encounter or understanding of the Anglican Communion came when I was five years old. I was a child of the rectory, and my father was hosting the Archbishop of Canterbury and other important bishops … Continue reading “Journeys in Anglicanism”

Evangelically-raised students ‘come home’ to Anglican tradition

By Tali Folkins April 15, 2019 Note: In a companion piece to this article, the three current and recent theological students cited below talk about why they aspire to the priesthood in a time of uncertainty for the church. When the Anglican Journal spoke with Christine Ivy, Tom Hubschmid and Caleb Upton, it became apparent … Continue reading “Evangelically-raised students ‘come home’ to Anglican tradition”