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”

Tributes paid to women’s justice campaigner Beth Adamson after tragic death

Beth Adamson poses in April 2015 with the Award for Global Service that was recently presented to her by the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations. Photo: Mary Frances Schjonberg/Episcopal News Service [Anglican Communion News Service]  Colleagues and supporters have paid tribute to a leading campaigner for gender justice within the Anglican Communion, Beth … Continue reading “Tributes paid to women’s justice campaigner Beth Adamson after tragic death”

Gender equality: sisters need our brothers

  By The Revd Terrie Robinson 25 April 2018 Reflecting on last week’s Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London, the Anglican Communion’s director for Women in Church & Society, the Revd Canon Terrie Robinson, asks why there were so few men at the Commonwealth Women’s Forum. “We are family. I’ve got all my … Continue reading “Gender equality: sisters need our brothers”

A bird needs two wings to fly

The Revd Terrie Robinson 26 January 2018 The Anglican Communion’s Director for Women in Church and Society, the Revd Terrie Robinson, argues that men must play as equal a part as women in the fight for gender-justice. I’ve recently been introduced to Maude Royden and wonder how it’s possible that I have never come across … Continue reading “A bird needs two wings to fly”