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Is Anglicanism Growing or Dying? New Data

By David Goodhew The membership of the Episcopal Church (TEC) has halved since 1970. During the same period, the Anglican Communion’s combined membership has doubled....

Encountering Each Other in the Anglican Communion

By Joseph Wandera Did not our hearts burn within us, while he talked to us on the way, while he opened to us the Scripture? —...

Discuss Anglicanism at Beeson

The Institute of Anglican Studies at Beeson Divinity School will host its first Anglican Theology Conference Sept. 25-26.

Changes in Global Mission

Mission was once a movement of “the West to the rest,” but it now moves from everywhere to everywhere.

CMS Appoints Development Manager

Paul Tester, based in Lima, is the Church Mission Society’s first Latin American mission development manager.

Educator Takes Global Post

The Rev. Stephen Spencer is the new director for theological education in the Anglican Communion.

Pentecostal/Anglican cooperation? New horizons in mission

Could the Anglican Communion be a “broker” for global mission? Pentecostals from Burkina Faso to Hong Kong to Brazil (and, let’s be honest, also in North Atlantic nations) are waking up to the need for better training for pastors. Anglican theological colleges worldwide continue to be under-resourced. Discipleship and education for all believers is a real concern, and all face huge challenges in the societies where they live, work, and do mission.

Bishop Sprints at Convention

Bishop Graham Kings sees parallels in early Church, Global South.

‘Deeply Grieved’

Global South leaders: “We are deeply grieved again by the Episcopal Church … to change the definition of marriage in their church canons.”

Deputies Scrap Consultation

Deputies rejected a proposal that a task force on marriage “consult with other members of the Anglican Communion.”


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