This year the Anglican Alliance is working closely with churches and agencies across the Pacific to call on the G20 to take action on climate change. Following the G20 Civil Society (C20) event the Anglican group in the Pacific will take the lead on a campaign that will ask the 88 million Anglicans around the world to sign a […]
Tagolyn Kabekabe, the Anglican Alliance’s Facilitator for the Pacific, writes this article on the recent flash-flooding in Honiara and the response of the local church as they reached out to those affected.
A new initative bringing communities together around the Bible has led to women’s empowerment projects starting up in the Diocese. Since last year the communities from Concórdia in the Southern Diocese of Brazil have begun to gather around the Bible and study together. These groups emerged due the need to better understand the scriptures and […]
Women leaders in education, who attended the Anglican Alliance’s last Commonwealth Professional Fellowship Scheme, have now returned home and are putting their plans in to action. A recent update from Janet Sarker, Education Coordinator for the Church of Bangladesh, has revealed the launch of her plans for long-term comprehensive training for teachers across Bangladesh and the development of […]
The mission work of St Andrew’s Parish, a part of the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, has shown the power in reaching out to communities with love and practical service as they seek to rehabilitate vulnerable communities and empower those living in poverty.
Over 10,000 displaced people in the Solomon Islands are being reached with emergency relief and longer-term support as the Church responds to those in need.
Local development activities are bringing Anglicans together with their communities as churches around the world engage in a process to catalyse grassroots development.
Sandra Andrade, a member of the Anglican Alliance board, was one of 20 Anglican women who attended the recent UNCSW58. The group released a statement to highlight the underlying importance of gender equality to global development goals.
Anglican churches and agencies in the region are co-ordinating their response to flash floods that have left more than 20 people dead and over 12,000 homeless in the Solomon Islands.
With support from churches and agencies around the world, the church in South Sudan has been providing assistance to displaced communities across the country, but further help is required as thousands more remain in need of aid.