Nashotah House names new Dean

Dr. Steven Peay named dean and president of Nashotah House


Ex-Diocese of Connecticut church to become mosque

The Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT) has sold its property at 35 Harris Road, Avon, former home to Christ Episcopal Church, to the Farmington Valley American


ANiC Prayers for Canadian terror victims

23 October 2014

Today, Canadians are grieving the deaths of two members of the Canadian Armed Forces at the hands of terrorists this week. 


GTS Faculty agree to return to work

Statement from striking GTS faculty agreeing to seek reinstatement


Archbishop laments Canadian terror attacks

Statement by the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, in the wake of attacks in Ottawa and Quebec on servicemen by suspected Islamic terrorists.


Uganda Martyrs Museum foundation stone laid

President Yoweri Museveni has laid the foundation stone for the Uganda Martyrs Museum in Namugongo.


Archbishop of Canterbury on dealing with ISIS and jihadism

Writing in Prospect magazine on 15 Oct 2014, Archbishop Justin Welby says while force against jihadists may be needed, the West must also provide an alternative narrative of purpose and hope.


Australian dioceses join divestment campaign

The Perth and Canberra diocesan synods of the Anglican Church of Australia have voted to exclude coal, oil and gas companies from their investment portfolios as a sign of their commitment to fighti


Indian bishop arrested on fraud charges

The former Bishop in Madras of the Church of South India


Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement applauds Pope Francis

The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement today welcomed the outcome of the Roman Catholic’s Church’s Synod