Anglicans from dioceses throughout the Caribbean are currently (Monday 11th to Friday 15th March 2019) participating in a “Pastors and Disasters” workshop in Grenada. The gathering is being hosted by the Province of the West Indies and facilitated by a team from the Province along with the Anglican Alliance, Episcopal Relief & Development and The Primate’s […]
Creator God, out of the overflowing of your love you created all things with rich variety and great beauty and entrusted us with responsibility for them; grant that we might so value all that you have given into our care that we may strive to sustain its blessings for all people for all time. Amen. During […]
In a recent news item we shared insights from Zimbabwe about what makes communities resilient and what resilience looks like at a local level. Here we share a story of community recovery and resilience from Canada. Whilst the context and nature of this disaster are very different, the fundamentals of what makes for resilience are […]
This month’s theme for Freedom Year is about recognising victims of modern slavery and reporting this to the appropriate agencies who can rescue them. They also need protection from being re-trafficked. The first step to stopping human trafficking is to spot it. There are a number of signs that can help us to identify a […]
Building resilience – strengthening the capacity of communities to survive shocks – is a key priority of the Anglican Alliance. But what makes communities resilient? What does resilience look like? What are its characteristics? Here, Janice Proud, the Anglican Alliance’s relief manager, shares the findings from a grass-roots exploration of these questions in Zimbabwe. Janice […]
‘The most significant thing that has happened to me through my learning with Agents of Change is how to identify the need in the community and how to tackle it. I used to think that if there were a problem in the community others would do it. Now I know that it should start with […]
The Church of England have joined with a global coalition to campaign for an end to the violence and suffering that has left an estimated 140,000 dead since March 2011.
Anglican leaders will be speaking at two panel discussions at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, to focus on the role of faith leaders and faith communities in preventing and responding to sexual violence in conflict.
Anglican leaders will take part in the Global Summit in London from 10-13 June to focus on the role faith communities have to prevent and respond to sexual violence in conflict.
On Tuesday 24th June 2014 at 9am UK time you can take part in a global webinar which will bring people together from every corner of the Anglican Communion.