The Anglican Alliance is urging people across the Communion to join in a pilgrimage of reflection and prayer for climate justice on the way to the UN climate summit in Paris (COP21).
The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil (IEAB) is assisting families who have lost their homes following torrential rain and flooding in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul, the Anglican Alliance has learned.
In the Bahamas, the Church in the Province of the West Indies is providing relief, trauma counselling and education in the wake of Hurricane Joaquin, and is mobilising to help communities rebuild, the Anglican Alliance has learned.
Anglicans from Brazil and Canada have joined community and church leaders from five countries in renewing a commitment to root theology in standing with vulnerable populations to protect the integrity of God’s Creation.
On International Day for Disaster Reduction the Anglican Alliance are pleased to share a blog post from Episcopal Relief & Development gathering experiences from an Anglican international panel of experts on using the Pastors and Disasters toolkit.
The Anglican Church in Ethiopia is continuing to assist refugees fleeing the conflict in South Sudan, according to reports last month from the Rt Revd Grant LeMarquand, Area Bishop for the Horn of Africa in the Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa.
The Anglican Church continues to respond to needs in the wake of Tropical Storm Erika on the Caribbean island of Dominica on 27 August, the Anglican Alliance has learned from the Diocese of North Eastern Caribbean & Aruba.
The General Secretary of Anglican Church of Tanzania shared his concern that parts of Tanzania have a food crisis looming, when he recently visited the Anglican Alliance office. He is eager that the Church should prepare for upcoming food shortages now.
Anglicans in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are supporting communities as they return to daily life in the aftermath of the Ebola outbreak that killed nearly 11,300 people, the Anglican Alliance has learned from church leaders in the region.
From 2-23 October 2015, church and community members from San Joaquin in California are cycling through the diocese to raise awareness about how people can network to challenge human trafficking.