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A Communiqué from the Global South Conference on the Decade of Mission and Networking, July 16 - 21, 2012 at Bangkok, Thailand

21. July 2012

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A Communiqué from the Global South Conference on the Decade of Mission and Networking, July 16 - 21, 2012 at Bangkok, Thailand

  ...with the theme “Be Transformed by the Renewing of the Mind to Obedience of Faith for Holistic Mission in a Radically Changing Global Landscape” (Rom 12.1f; 2 Tim 4.7).    1.  This Conference is a response to the call at the 4th Global South to South Encounter in Singapore April 2010 to gather leaders from Provinces of…

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Why the Covenant Matters - Archbishop of Canterbury

07. March 2012

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Debate in the Church of England about the proposed Anglican Covenant is still going on. And this is quite a good moment to take stock of some of the issues surrounding that debate and perhaps also to remind people of some of the concerns that lie behind the proposals affecting the Covenant. The Covenant, as it stands, is a…

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Church of England General Synod supports Anglican Covenant process

04. December 2010

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The General Synod of the Church of England has voted in favor of continuing the process towards adopting the Anglican Covenant, a set of principles intended to bind the Anglican Communion in light of its differences. The Nov. 24 decision -- which was passed by synod's three houses of bishops, clergy and laity -- recommends…

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Communion Partners Meeting Promotes Mission

21. November 2010

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Emphasizing Communion life and unity, bishops and rectors of Communion Partners met in Orlando Nov. 15-17 to discuss interprovincial partnering possibilities. The conference drew 90 participants from across the United States and Canada. International guests spoke of mission opportunities open to individuals, parish teams, and…

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How and why IC & MCU mislead us on the Anglican Covenant - Andrew Goddard

18. November 2010

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How and why IC & MCU mislead us  on the Anglican Covenant - Andrew Goddard

Introduction and Executive Summary In the church press on Friday 29th October, two Church of England groups, Inclusive Church (IC) and Modern Church (formerly, Modern Churchpeople’s Union, MCU), published a whole page advert headed ‘Who runs the Church?’. This explains why they believe the Anglican Covenant would be a change…

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The Anglican Covenant is the only way forward - Graham Kings

17. November 2010

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The Anglican Covenant is the only way forward - Graham Kings

by Graham Kings, Bishop of Sherborne "Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold" is a celebrated line in WB Yeats's 1920 poem The Second Coming. How that relates to the Church of England and the tensions in the wider Anglican communion, 90 years later, we shall witness next week. On Wednesday 24 November, General Synod will…

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A Communique from the Anglican/Al-Azhar Dialogue Committee - Cairo, October 2010

08. November 2010

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A Communique from the Anglican/Al-Azhar Dialogue Committee - Cairo, October 2010

Anglican Communion News Service The Joint Committee, which is composed of a delegation from the Anglican Communion and from Al Azhar Al Sharif held its eighth annual meeting in Cairo on 27-28 October 2010 corresponding to 19-20 Dhu Al-Qi’da 1431. This was held in accord with the agreement signed at Lambeth Palace on 30…

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Info on The 10th Bugolobi Annual Youth Conference [BAYC 2010] Kampala, Uganda

07. July 2010

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The Bugolobi Annual Youth Conference (BAYC) Kampala, Uganda is organized and hosted in Kampala – Uganda, bringing together young people, student leaders, youth ministers and mission workers from different nationalities across Africa and around the world. BAYC is potentially Africa’s foremost Annual Christian Conference. Over…

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Key Anglican Leaders Sad Yet Hopeful About Futures - The Christian Post (Singapore)

28. April 2010

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Key Anglican Leaders Sad Yet Hopeful About Futures - The Christian Post (Singapore)

As a watching world wonders if Anglicanism is falling apart, major players in the Anglican Communion are assured of unity. But it is an assurance that is mingled with a deep sorrow. These were recurrent themes in conversations The Christian Post had with most of the Global South archbishops and representatives. This paper…

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Plenary 3: Challenges and Network for Capacity Building, Bishop Albert Chama & Keith Chua

22. April 2010

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Plenary 3: Challenges and Network for Capacity Building, Bishop Albert Chama & Keith Chua

Let me firstly extend a personal welcome to Singapore and I trust that our hospitality teams have been taking good care of you. I was privileged to have been at the last 2 encounters – that may or may not be a good thing. Continuity can be very helpful but I realise that staying too long results in excess baggage. If you travel…

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