Women leaders in education have arrived in the UK to take part in the Anglican Alliance’s third Commonwealth Professional Fellowship Scheme, as last year’s fellows highlight their progress.
A recent workshop, which was held in Rarumana village in the Solomon Islands, brought together the local community to consider how best to mitigate and adapt to the climate change that continues to threaten their homes and livelihoods.
The Anglican Church of Congo is engaged in an inspiring initiative to break the silence around sexual violence, tackle its root causes and support survivors to continue their lives in dignity and hope.
Leaders, churches and agencies of the Anglican Communion have come together to support the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan in its work for relief, recovery and reconciliation following the eruption of conflict in December 2013.
A disaster response project has been put together by the Episcopal Church in the Philippines to build more resilient and better adapted communities after Typhoon Haiyan struck the islands in November last year.
Two more Agents of Change groups have launched their programmes in Dhaka after hearing from Bishop Paul Sarker, Moderator of the Church of Bangladesh, on the importance of faith in action.
The Episcopal Church of Sudan and South Sudan is on the front line, responding to communities affected by the recent conflict and advocating for peace in their land. You can support the appeals of Anglican churches and agencies standing alongside the Church in South Sudan as it reaches out to thousands displaced by the violence.
Archbishop Albert Chama looks forward to a new chapter of the Anglican Alliance and welcomes Revd Andy Bowerman and Revd Rachel Carnegie to their new roles.
Churches and agencies are working with the Anglican Alliance to support the church in South Sudan after conflict has left more than 400,000 people displaced and killed up to 10,000. The local church is providing practical support to the thousands across the country who have been left without food, water or shelter.
The voices of Anglicans in South Sudan have reached international governments as the Church speaks out for peace and reconciliation.