Moving Families (Michaelmas/Advent 2004/2005
tells the stories of people displaced from their homes by violence: in the Sudan and the Congo, Burma and Kosovo. Articles reveal the struggle to re-settle in a new land, often not knowing whether close family members are alive or dead. The newsletter also has articles about migrant workers in China, the Philippines and Hong Kong telling of their exploitation and encouraging action by churches and Christians to welcome and support them. The final section is about travelling families - the difficulties of gypsies in UK and the rapid changes to the life of nomads in the Sinai desert.
|20 DEC 2004
The Inter Anglican Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations (IASCER) met in Montego Bay, Jamaica from Sunday, 4th to 10th December 2004.
|10 DEC 2004
|10 DEC 2004
The Windsor Report 2004 was presented to the Archbishop of Canterbury and to the Joint Standing Committee of the Anglican Primates and the Anglican Consultative Council. Official responses from the Provinces followed
Documents compiled from the ACO website
|01 NOV 2004
The Lambeth Commission on Communion
The Windsor Report 2004
|18 OCT 2004
The International Commission of the Anglican-Orthodox Theological Dialogue met in the International Study Centre, Canterbury Cathedral, in the United Kingdom, from Monday, June 21st - Friday, June 25th, 2004.
|25 JUN 2004
International Year of the Family: Ten Years On - Problems and Progress (Trinity 2004)
asks what has been achieved since the International Year of the Family in 1994. Articles from a wide range of countries tell of the increasing number of single parent families, of the changing role of parents with more women becoming the breadwinners and some men becoming more involved with the care of their children. A major concern over the ten years is the spread of HIV/AIDS and the newsletter tells of practical projects developed to help those affected by the pandemic.
|20 JUN 2004
|14 JUN 2004
The Anglican Consultative Council and the Lutheran World Federation, in accordance with the resolutions of the Twelfth Meeting of the Anglican Consultative Council in Hong Kong in September 2002, and the commitments of the Tenth Assembly of the Lutheran World Federation in Winnipeg in July 2003, approve the establishment of a new Anglican-Lutheran International Commission (ALIC), with the following mandate.
|27 APR 2004
In April 2004 in Nairobi the Mission and Evangelism Co-ordinators from the Provinces of Africa met to look at mission in their own contexts and to find a way forward.
|12 APR 2004