Groundbreaking for Zimbabwe's Anglican university

The Church of the Province of Central Africa broke ground Saturday for Zimbabwe’s newest university.


Clergy protected by civil employment law, court finds

A Zambian Industrial Relations Court (IRC) has dismissed the claim of an Anglican priest that he was wrongfully terminated by his diocese.


Condolences from Christian leaders in the wake of the Mecca stampede

Christian leaders have expressed their condolences to Muslims round the world following the death of 717 people in a stampede during the annual Hajj in Mecca.


Bulgarian Orthodox calls for country to close borders to migrants

The Holy Synod has called upon the government to accept no more Muslim migrants or refugees from the Middle East and North Africa, saying they represent a threat to the nation


New Fire in London

Bishop of London delivers Lambeth Lecture on church growth in the capital: Church must be “vision-led not problem-led”, says Bishop Richard Chartres in the third of the Lambeth Lectures series.


Israel school strike ends

An agreement has been reached between the Israeli Ministry of Education and the country’s Christian schools to end the student and teacher strike 


Churches bombed in Kathmandu

Religious extremists have responded to the vote by the Nepalese parliament to declare the country a “Hindu religious country” in the nation’s new constitution by bombing three churches.


Archbishop of York statement on mill closure

The Archbishop of York has today issued a statement following the decision to mothball the iron and steelmaking plant at Redcar.


Anglican Church in North America and the Orthodox Church in America meet

The ecumenical leaders of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) and the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) dialogue met this week at the Church of the Holy Communion in Dallas, Texas.