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Canterbury is now The House: Episcopal Lutheran Campus Ministry, overseen by Pastor Anne Jones at Christ Lutheran Church.  For more information, please check out our new webpage here or contact Pastor Anne This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Episcopal New Service

  • Cuba: New church building consecrated after 84 years as mission outpost
    [Anglican Communion News Service] A new church building has been consecrated for an Anglican worshiping community in Cuba, some 84 years after it was founded as a mission outpost. The Rev. Vicente Tuzzio founded the community at Bermejas, near the Bay of Pigs, in 1932. A year later some 48 people were confirmed by Bishop […]
  • Texas: Son receives life in parents’ murders
    [Episcopal Diocese of Texas] In court on Feb. 2, Isaac Tiharihondi, the oldest son of the Rev. Israel Ahimbisibwe and his wife Dorcus, was sentenced to life without parole after he pleaded guilty to murdering his parents in their Houston apartment on Jan. 27, 2015. Authorities also believe Tiharihondi fatally stabbed his five-year-old brother Israel […]
  • Australia: Churches offer sanctuary after High Court refugee setback
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Churches in Australia are offering to test the common law principle of sanctuary after the country’s High Court ruled that it was lawful for the government to return some 270 asylum seekers – including almost 40 children – to off-shore detention camps on the island nation of Nauru and on Papua […]

Anglican Communion News

  • Syria: Blankets will not stop bombs
    Blankets will not stop bombs, Christian Aid has warned, at the conclusion of a conference that has secured $10 billion [US Dollars, approximately £7 million GBP] of pledges in humanitarian aid for victims of the Syrian crisis.
  • European Anglicans train to combat human-trafficking
    The Diocese in Europe has held a day training conference to teach Anglicans how to combat human trafficking following a diocesan-wide survey which identified a pool of potential volunteers willing to take action against human trafficking if they received appropriate training and local service opportunities.
  • Join Archbishop Welby's Ash Wednesday service - on Facebook
    Anglicans around the world are being invited to join an Ash Wednesday service at Lambeth Palace next week – through the social media platform Facebook.