Source: newvision.co.ug By Carol Kasujja Added 18th June 2018 02:17 PM The 600 Anglican Church leaders travelling from Africa will at the end of the conference be spiritually energised to continue standing firm against secularism. PIC: Ntagali with the Africa 1 Tours & Travel chief executive officer, Paula Nahamya, at Entebbe International Airport. (Credit: Carol[…]

Church House Ready for Occupancy

Source: churchofuganda.org The Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali, Archbishop of the Church of Uganda, received a completed Church House on Thursday, 14th June, during the handover ceremony with Cementers, the building’s Contractor. He declared, “He who began this good work is the One who has brought it to completion,” citing the Bible verse from Philippians 1.6[…]

[ACNS, by Kenyi Dube] The retired South Sudanese Anglican bishop who leads the faith based group in the ongoing peace talks, Enock Tombe, says he is pessimistic about a proposed face to face meeting between President Salva Kiir and his rival Dr Riek Machar. The meeting was proposed by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)[…]

The Anglican Archbishop of South Sudan has led five days of mediated peace talks between the warring parties in South Sudan. The talks reached agreement on three of the 11 demands made by opposition groups, including a recommitment to the cessation of hostilities. Talks on the remaining eight unresolved issues will now continue under the[…]

Source: http://churchofuganda.org The Bible says that Jesus is the “first born from the dead.” Meaning, that he is the first of many others who will be resurrected. The message of Easter is that if you want to have eternal life, the only way is through Jesus. You must first renounce the world, the flesh, and[…]

Source: monitor.co.ug LUWEERO- The retired Anglican Bishop of North Kigezi Diocese, Dr Edward Muhima has said that the “rotten moral fibre” of Ugandans cannot be transformed without leaders who respect and fear God. Dr Muhima says Uganda’s leaders have abandoned the true principals of humanity and failed to acknowledge that God has a purpose for all[…]

Source: anglicannews.org Churches across Cumbria in the north-west of England have taken part in what is probably the largest-ever ecumenical regional-missions to take place in the UK. The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, led a Church of England delegation of 26 bishops and retired bishops from across the northern Province; and was joined by the[…]

Anglican leaders have continued to pay tribute to evangelist Billy Graham, who died yesterday (Wednesday) at the age of 99. Amongst them, the Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church, Michael Curry, alluded to the imagery of the Big Tent that Graham’s early rallies were held in; and said that this reflected Graham’s approach, which[…]

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[…]