The 1980s saw creation of two major reports on the state of the Church of England. Faith in the City was best known and documented the situation of parishes in England’s deprived inner cities. Then came Faith in the Countryside, assessing the parlous state of many rural churches. What neither report treated in depth, though Faith in the City touched on them, was the … [Read more...] about Deprived Estates, Growing Ministries?
Archives for October 2, 2018
The Iglesia Anglicana de Chile will become the 40th province of the Anglican Communion. The Archbishop of Canterbury will travel to Santiago in November to inaugurate the new province. Both the Standing Committee of the Anglican Consultative Council’s Standing Committee and a majority of Anglican Communion’s primates confirmed that the diocese should be given provincial … [Read more...] about Chilean Church Approved as Province
In Halifax, Nova Scotia, the Atlantic School of Theology continues its 47-year tradition of adapting to a challenging environment and a changing church. By Matthew Townsend When considering which seminary to attend, American aspirants may not readily look toward the Canadian Maritimes, but the Halifax-based Atlantic School of Theology hopes they take notice. AST’s offer … [Read more...] about Theology Upon the Granite
The Diocese of Michigan is accepting names until Nov. 1 in the search for its 11th bishop, and has posted a web-based profile. The profile includes this discussion under “Whom We Seek”: Can you be an unapologetic preacher of the Gospel? We seek a visionary leader, who will help us reach the next generation of Episcopalians and those who claim no faith tradition by … [Read more...] about Michigan Begins Search for 11th Bishop