The voices of Anglicans in South Sudan have reached international governments as the Church speaks out for peace and reconciliation.
Archbishop Albert Chama looks forward to a new chapter of the Alliance and welcomes Revd Andy Bowerman and Revd Rachel Carnegie to their new roles.
An appeal launched by the Church of Bangladesh through the Anglican Alliance raised USD $16,000 for garment workers and their families, following the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in April last year. Some families, many of whom lost their sole income earner in the disaster, failed to receive financial support in the months following […]
Bishop Mauricio Andrade from the Diocese of Brasilia will address global participants at the Landless Worker’s Movement (MST) National Congress in Brazil in February. The Congress will bring together up to 20,000 people, including national activists, international partners, and social movements from around the world to discuss agriculture and land reform. Studies and debates will […]
Agents of Change programmes are getting ready to launch as over sixty students begin their studies this month. Anglicans around the world are eager to start the innovative programme, following the success of global pilot programmes last year. Student groups in Bangladesh, Canada, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe […]
Charity Mulenga Tembo has taken the lead and re-launched an Agents of Change group for inspired students in Solwezi, Zambia, after completing module six this month.
Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul has written to the Archbishop of Canterbury and called on the Anglican Communion to help communities in South Sudan respond to those displaced by the widespread violence that is continuing in the nation.