Anglicans from Melbourne and all over the world are offering prayers and support to Sudan and striving to find ways to help the chaos-torn nation, which is soon to be split into two separate countries.
The House of Bishops of the Church of England has asked for a review of the church's stance on civil partnerships and same-sex relationships in light of recent changes in the country's laws.
The Archbishop of Burundi, Most Rev. Bernard Ntahoturi will be giving evidence to the UK’s International Development Select Committee in Parliament next week.
Recently Seminary of the Southwest was privileged to have its Dean and President, the Very Rev. Douglas Travis, be invited to participate in the inaugural consultation for theological college “principals” in the Anglican Communion.
Episcopal Church signs on with letters to Secretary Napolitano, President Obama.
Three organizations, representing about 90 percent of world Christianity, launched on June 28 a global code of conduct for proselytizing in a bid to reduce tensions between different religious convictions.
Nearly 1,100 Episcopalians filled Benson Great Hall on the campus of Bethel University in Saint Paul, Minnesota, for the opening worship service of the 2011Episcopal Youth Event (EYE) on June 23. The triennial event — the second-largest gathering in the Episcopal Church — attracted delegations...
Mississippi community plans two-week blitz build to replace one family's home destroyed in April Tornado.