The spot at Bishopscourt – the official residence of the Archbishops of Cape Town – where Nelson Mandela first addressed the world’s media as a freeman, has been marked with a commemorative plaque. Nelson Mandela was released from prison after 27 years of captivity on 11 February 1990. He spent his first night as a[…]

A group of 33 recently-appointed bishops is spending a week at Canterbury Cathedral – the Anglican Communion’s mother church – as part of a global induction programme. They are taking part in the new bishops course, which happens every February. It provides an opportunity for newly appointed bishops from around the world to meet each[…]

The Anglican Alliance, which helps to coordinates Anglican churches and agencies to work for a world free of poverty and justice, has launched a year-long focus on anti-slavery initiatives across the Communion. Through its Freedom Year initiative, the Alliance is inviting people to learn more about human trafficking and modern slavery in the world today, pray for[…]

Source: http://churchofuganda.org The Most Rev. Livingstone Mpalanyi-Nkoyoyo, retired Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, died on 5th January 2018 at the age of 80 from pneumonia. In early 2017 he underwent successful treatment for cancer in the UK. Archbishop Stanley Ntagali said, “I thank God for the life of Archbishop Nkoyoyo. He was a passionate evangelist[…]

The Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, has confirmed the death of the Most Rev. Dr. Livingstone Mpalanyi Nkoyoyo, retired Archbishop of the Church of Uganda. He died on Friday morning, 5th January, at Kampala Hospital, Kololo. Archbishop Ntagali announces the following programme for the funeral arrangements: Immediately after the time[…]

Source: anglicannews.org Seven-hundred teddy-bears which sat on the steps of London’s St Paul’s Cathedral early this year, are now providing comfort to thousands of child refugees who fled their homes in South Sudan for sanctuary in Uganda. The 700 bears were collected by the aid agency World Vision as part of a social media campaign[…]

Source: anglicannews.org Anglicans around the world are marking the 16-Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence in a simple social media campaign – that is based on paper! They are taking photos holding a poster with a simple pledge: “because we are precious in God’s eyes, I will not keep silent on sexual & gender-based violence.”[…]

Church of Uganda in race to end gender-based violence

Source: anglicannews.org The Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali, will be the lead runner in a race designed to raise awareness of gender-based violence (GBV) next month. Archbishop Stanley will take part in the Gender Justice Run as part of the 16-Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence. The international 16-Days of Activism campaign begins tomorrow (Saturday 25 November)[…]

Source: anglicannews.org The Roman Catholic Primate of All Ireland, Archbishop Eamon Martin, delivered a homily in Armagh’s Anglican Cathedral at a special choral evensong to mark the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In the presence of the Anglican Primate, Archbishop Richard Clarke, Archbishop Eamon spoke about three ways of reconciling the Reformation by emphasising “the[…]

Source: monitor.co.ug written by Felix Warom Okello It is five years since you took an early retirement. What have you been up to? I got myself in the thing I told people on January 8, 2012 that I was to retire so that I could go and preach to people. Since then, I took the[…]