Lambeth to Focus on Science, Climate Change

The relationship between faith and science and the Church’s response to the environmental crisis will be “big picture” themes at next summer’s Lambeth Conference, which focuses on being “God’s Church for God’s World”.

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Fijian Anglicans Planting a Solution to Food Insecurity

Fiji’s Anglicans aren’t able to gather for services after a late-April Covid outbreak led to a severe lockdown across the island nation. But ministry to those in need continues, as they convert their backyards to vegetable gardens, responding to an appeal from their archbishop, the Most Rev. Fereimi Cama.

Congolese Anglicans Care for Volcano Survivors

The Anglican Diocese of Goma is playing a central role in coordinating relief for thousands of people displaced by the eruption of Mount Nyiragongo, one of the world’s most active volcanos, which is located just six miles from the Congolese city near the country’s border with Rwanda.

Burundi Chooses New Primate

The Rt. Rev. Sixbert Macumi, Bishop of Buye, has been elected as the fifth Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Burundi. Macumi, 53, will succeed Archbishop Martin Nyaboho, the church’s primate since 2016, when he is installed on August 21.