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This Christmastide, continue to pray for and support those affected by the Ebola crisis in West Africa
19 December 2014
In January 2014, the Ebola Virus Disease epidemic started in Guinea and then spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone. In all three countries the churches have been on the front line of response.
Christmas celebrations ‘cancelled’ in Peshawar after school attack
17 December 2014
The Bishop of Peshawar said that, following what he called “another unimaginable horror”, the Church in Pakistan has decided to make Christmas a time of quiet prayer and simple worship.
South Sudan, a year on: the need for prayer and solidarity continues
15 December 2014
A year ago today, 15 December, violence broke out in Juba. Since then, the conflict has left nearly 2 million people displaced in South Sudan or in neighbouring countries. Overall, nearly 4 million are in need of humanitarian assistance, with the food crisis growing. Although there is relative calm at the moment, security needs to be sustained before people feel safe to return home and start rebuilding their lives and communities.
Calling leaders in education - apply for our next Commonwealth Scholarship Scheme!
04 December 2014
The Anglican Alliance is calling leaders in education from Commonwealth countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, and the Pacific, to apply to their next fellowship programme with the Commonwealth Secretariat.
Anglican Alliance launch new resource in support of persons with disabilities in refugee settings
03 December 2014
The Anglican Alliance is marking International Day of Persons with Disabilities with the launch of a new resource, 'A better life together', to help faith communities engage with and support people with disabilities living in refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) camps.
Archbishop of Canterbury joins the Pope and other faith leaders to sign Declaration to end Modern Slavery
02 December 2014
On Tuesday 2nd December the Vatican City saw a truly historic gathering of global faith leaders. The Pope, the Archbishop of Canterbury and other global faith leaders from Orthodox, Jewish, Sunni and Shia Muslim, Hindu and Buddhist communities came together to make a joint declaration on ending modern slavery.
Anglicans around the world mark World AIDS Day 2014
01 December 2014
World AIDS Day is marked every year on 1 December. World AIDS Day is an important annual event giving people worldwide the opportunity to unite in highlighting HIV, to demonstrate their support for those living with and affected by HIV and AIDS, and to remember those who have died from AIDS-related illnesses.
Calling churches and communities to hold their Light for Lima vigil on Sunday 7th December
28 November 2014
On Sunday 7th December 2014 the Our Voices campaign is asking churches and faith communities worldwide to hold a vigil at 8pm local time and mark the climate discussions in Lima, Peru.
Churches continue in fight against Ebola whilst prayers are offered by christians worldwide
28 November 2014
In a video shared with a World Council of Churches (WCC) consultation on the Ebola response, Archbishop Justin Welby said the way that churches grapple with caring for communities affected by Ebola "takes us right back to who Jesus is".
Take part in 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence with this resource for churches worldwide
22 November 2014
Anglicans around the world are taking part in events from 25 November – 10 December 2014 to mobilise and equip them to respond on gender based and sexual violence issues as part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence.