Day 1 of the 2013 Standing Committee meeting
As Archbishop Justin Welby prepares for his inauguration in Canterbury today, the 85 million members of the Anglican Communion are being invited to pray for him and his ministry.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Justin Welby, is to be represented by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, at the inauguration of the ministry of Pope Francis as Bishop of Rome.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has said that in his new role he, with the rest of the Anglican Communion, is faced with “a challenge for the imagination.”
The future of Anglican-Roman Catholic relations is, in part, down to who will succeed Pope Benedict, according to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s representative to the Holy See
A Zambian priest has called on Christians in Africa to fight corrupt practices that are "soiling the fabric" of too many African countries.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, is urging people to go and ‘join the human race’ this Christmas and become agents of transformation and renewal.
The Anglican Communion News Service has always been the digital half of package that aimed to deliver the best stories of Anglican life and ministry. The other half was Anglican World magazine.
The death of Bishop Kenneth Cragg at the age of 99 on 13 November 2012 brings to a close an earthly life as priest, bishop and missionary scholar, through which his unique commitment to engagement between Christians and Muslims ran as a powerful thread.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams has spoken about the ‘state of the Communion’ in the official magazine of the Anglican Communion, relaunched at the recent Anglican Consultative Council meeting in New Zealand.
Statements from around the Anglican Communion on the appointment of the Rt Revd Justin Welby as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury
Secretary General: "I am sure the Anglican Communion will join me in warmly welcoming the Right Reverend Justin Welby's appointment as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
This week's meeting of the Crown Nominations Commission (CNC) has been accompanied by much speculation about possible candidates and the likely timing of an announcement of the name of who will succeed Dr Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Canterbury when he steps down to become Master of Magdalene College.
The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion has responded to an article in today's The Telegraph newspaper that inaccurately stated: "The Anglican Church is drawing up plans... that would see the introduction of a 'presidential' figure to take over some of the global role of the Archbishop of Canterbury."
The Anglican Communion faces a shortage of qualified communicators, according to an international Working Group on communications. The group—consisting of communications professionals from five continents—concluded that the Communion life was at risk of being detrimentally affected by some Provinces’ inability to source and share their news and stories widely.
Easter Reflections and Messages from around the Communion
The Secretary General of the Anglican Communion Canon Kenneth Kearon clarifies the current situation regarding the Covenant across the Communion.
"Anglicans around the world saddened by the death of Pope Shenouda III": Secretary General of the Anglican Communion Canon Kenneth Kearon