Nigerian bishop kidnapped

The Rt Rev Moses Bukpe-Tabwaye was kidnapped yesterday at the boundary of Edo and Delta States. 


Chelmsford bishops call for sanctuary for ME refugees

The conflicts in Iraq and Syria have created an unprecedented refugee crisis in the Middle East.


Plea deal in the works for killer bishop, speculates Baltimore tv station

WBAL reports that a plea deal may have been reached in the vehicular homicide trial of Heather Cook


Presidential praise for Idowu-Fearon

President Buhari of Nigeria has written to  Josiah Idowu-Fearon, newly installed secretary general of the Anglican Consultative Council, congratulating him upon his appointment,


ACC Standing Committee statement on Burundi

The Standing Committee of the Anglican Consultative Council issued a statement on Burundi at its meeting today, 3 September, in London.


ACC Standing Committee statement on South Sudan

Meeting in London today the Standing Committee of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) heard reports from South Sudan. 


Anglicans demand troops protect churches from Boko Haram

Forty five bishops from Northern Nigeria met in Abuja last week to discuss the Church of Nigeria’s response to the depredations of the Islamist terror group Boko Haram.


Bishops hopeful that peace will break out in the Sudan

The Episcopal Church in South Sudan is cautiously optimistic the 26 Aug 2015 peace deal signed last week by President Salva Kiir may end the two year old civil war in Africa’s newest nation.


Fraud trial begins for the Archdeacon of Brandon

The former Archdeacon of Brandon, the Ven. Noah Njegovan (32), has entered a not guilty plea before the Brandon Court of Queen’s Bench in Manitoba.


Cathedral vigil for peaceful elections in Trinidad

Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port-of-Spain has organized a series of prayer across across Trinidad & Tobago in preparation for the country’s general elections this week.