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Communion invites office vision

The Anglican Communion Office has called for responses on what key principles should guide its future plans, as a new strategy sets out to better meet the needs of the global family of Anglican Churches.

Anglican leaders back climate action

Primates of the provinces of the Anglican Communion meeting online over November 22-23 have called on both Governments and faith communities to take concrete action to mitigate climate change and counter its impact on vulnerable communities.

Primates call for vaccine equity

The Primates of the Anglican Communion have released a communiqué urging the 194 member states who are meeting at the World Health Assembly this week to work toward vaccine equity for all nations and to support education that counters vaccination hesitancy.

Anglicans urge G7 vaccine share

The Anglican Communion’s Health and Community Network and the global Anglican Alliance for aid, development and advocacy have called on the G7 group of countries to share their Covid-19 vaccination stocks.
• Surplus vaccines must be shared say Anglicans

In Memoriam: Bishop John Osmers

Bishop John Robert Osmers, known as ‘a prophet of our time and one of New Zealand’s national treasures,’ has died of Covid-19 in Zambia, on the continent where he spent sixty years of his courageous ministry.
• Elizabeth Gordon's eulogy for her brother John Osmers

Webinar urges oil & gas divesting

The Anglican Communion Environment Network is holding an interactive webinar on Friday 26 March to share steps churches can take when divesting from fossil fuels.

Communion Office restructure ends

The review and restructure of the London-based Anglican Communion Office has ended with two more staff moving on and two new roles in the pipeline.

ACO reaffirms gender justice role

The role of Director of Gender Justice is now to continue in the new staffing structure of the Anglican Consultative Council.

Review slims ACO team

Staff roles are set to be reordered from the current structure of the London-based Anglican Communion Office (ACO) following a review into the operational priorities of the ACO.

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