Christmas without Borders: Emmanuel
Anglican Alliance
by Revd Rachel Carnegie
2M ago
A Reflection by Mark Mitchell, Humanitarian and Development Manager, Anglican Missions, Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia It’s December. The tree is up. Presents are wrapped, and Christmas cake made. We look forward to welcoming friends and family. For children, it’s the end of school and the beginning of holidays. For adults, a ..read more
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Taking forward Partners in Resilience and Response in Africa
Anglican Alliance
by Elizabeth Perry
2M ago
The Partners in Resilience and Response (PiRR) work continues to flourish, with two key developments in recent weeks. In the Caribbean, a regional training is underway – more on this shortly. Here, we share what is happening in Africa where, in late November, the Africa Regional Steering Group met to discuss and implement regional PiRR ..read more
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Praying for COP28
Anglican Alliance
by Elizabeth Perry
2M ago
Earlier this year, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said, “The era of global warming has ended. The era of global boiling has arrived.” In a press conference held on 27 July, he said, “According to the data released today, July has already seen the hottest three-week period ever recorded; the three hottest days on record ..read more
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Ending violence against women and girls – a blog post by Mandy Marshall, the Anglican Communion’s Director for Gender Justice
Anglican Alliance
by Elizabeth Perry
3M ago
In 1999 Kofi Annan, the then UN Secretary General, stated “Violence against women is perhaps the most shameful human rights violation, and it is perhaps the most pervasive. It knows no boundaries of geography, culture or wealth. As long as it continues, we cannot claim to be making real progress towards equality, development and peace ..read more
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Archbishops of Jerusalem & Canterbury in Emergency Appeal for Diocese of Jerusalem
Anglican Alliance
by Revd Rachel Carnegie
4M ago
From ACNS The Archbishops of Canterbury and Jerusalem, Hosam Naoum and Justin Welby, have issued a joint emergency appeal for the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem. The international appeal calls for prayers and donations not only for the work of the Anglican-run al-Ahli Arab Hospital’s vital work in Gaza, but also for the Diocese of Jerusalem’s ..read more
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Attack on Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza: we unite in prayer, with shock and grief at news of the loss of hundreds of lives
Anglican Alliance
by Revd Rachel Carnegie
4M ago
At the Anglican Alliance we grieve the appalling loss of hundreds of lives caused by yesterday’s attack on Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza, praying for those bereaved and those injured amongst the courageous staff and vulnerable patients. We join the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem in their call for a day of mourning, in response to their ..read more
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The Anglican Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem’s al-Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza issues an emergency appeal
Anglican Alliance
by Revd Rachel Carnegie
5M ago
The Anglican Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem runs the al-Ahli Arab hospital in Gaza. Its director, Suhaila Tarazi, has issued an emergency appeal to support its health services in this time of crisis. The appeal is as follows: “On 7 October 7 at 6.30 am, the people of Gaza woke up scared, witnessing a horrible situation ..read more
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Como está crescendo? A Floresta da Comunhão, um ano depois
Anglican Alliance
by Revd Rachel Carnegie
7M ago
O que é a Floresta da Comunhão? A Floresta da Comunhão é uma iniciativa ambiental que celebra e incentiva as/os anglicanas/os a desenvolverem atividades novas ou já existentes em suas comunidades. Ela é inspirada e se baseia no extenso trabalho de cuidado com a criação que já está acontecendo em toda a Comunhão. Desde o ..read more
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How’s it growing? The Communion Forest, one year on
Anglican Alliance
by Elizabeth Perry
7M ago
What is the Communion Forest? The Communion Forest is an environmental initiative that celebrates and encourages Anglicans to develop new or existing activities in their communities. It is inspired by and builds on extensive creation care work that is already happening across the Communion. From tree growing and reforestation, ecosystem conservation, protection and restoration, the ..read more
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2023 World Day against Trafficking in Persons
Anglican Alliance
by Revd Rachel Carnegie
7M ago
“Reach every victim of trafficking. Leave no one behind” – United Nations 2023 World Day against Trafficking in Persons In recognition of this World Day, we want to share with you stories of the work of faith communities in responding to the horror of human trafficking. Prevention of trafficking and care for the survivors are ..read more
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