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God Is Green  (A Documentary on the role of Faith and Religion in battling climate change)
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Episcopal New Service

  • Australian Anglicans consult on climate change
    [Anglican Communion News Service] Anglicans from across Australia and the world gathered in Melbourne this week to hear first-hand accounts of the impact climate change is having on local communities. Rose Elu from the Torres Strait Islands and Tagolyn Kabekabe from the Solomon Islands explained how communities are responding to their changing situation. The Ash […]
  • George Takeli named as Archbishop of Melanesia
    [Anglican Communion News Service] The Rt. Rev. George Takeli, bishop of Temotu, has been named as the Anglican Church of Melanesia’s new archbishop and primate. Takeli will be enthroned on April 17 at the Saint Barnabas Provincial Cathedral and will also become bishop of the Diocese of Central Melanesia. He succeeds Archbishop David Vunagi who retired […]
  • Brazil’s churches respond to Zika virus through Lent campaign
    [Anglican Alliance] The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil has joined with other churches in the country to raise awareness of the Zika virus and promote preventative measures through an ecumenical Lenten campaign for a healthy environment. The campaign, “Care for our Common Home,” lifts up the right to clean water and sanitation in Brazil, a significant […]

Anglican Communion News

  • C of E unveils logo for Queen Elizabeth's 90 birthday
    The Church of England has unveiled the logo that it will use for its celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90 birthday, after running a design competition through church schools. Ten-year-old Lucas Salinger from Potten End C of E Primary School drew the winning design, which was selected from more than 1,000 entries.
  • Australian Anglicans consult on climate change
    Anglicans from across Australia and the world gathered in Melbourne this week to hear first-hand accounts of the impact climate change is having on local communities. Rose Elu from the Torres Strait Islands and Tagolyn Kabekabe from the Solomon Islands explained how communities are responding to their changing situation.
  • Brazil's churches respond to Zika virus through Lent campaign
    The Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil has joined with other churches in the country to raise awareness of the Zika virus and promote preventative measures through an ecumenical Lenten campaign for a healthy environment.