Banks should be less about "inward-looking self-regard" and more about the common good, the spiritual leader of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
The World Evangelical Alliance's human rights ambassador has warned that Christians are being "chased from their homes" in Syria.
Anglican Leaders Describe Pope Benedict as a 'Great Theologian' as Catholic Head Announces Retirement
The new Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, has reacted to the news of Pope Benedict XVI's resignation with a "heavy heart."
The head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales has admitted to being "shocked and surprised" by the announcement today that Pope Benedict XVI will retire at the end of the month.
An international delegation of Catholic bishops has raised concern over continued unrest in the Holy Land and other parts of the Middle East.
There has been a huge 13 percent drop in the number of people in Britain identifying themselves as Christian, according to new data released from the 2011 Census.
A meeting of the Church of England's parliamentary body is underway in London to decide whether to allow women into the episcopate.
Open Doors has spoken of its concern for children in Syria growing "surrounded by terror and the sounds of war."
The World Council of Churches has congratulated the European Union on receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.
Sudanese Church leaders have lamented the "unacceptable" breakdown in relations between Sudan and South Sudan.
The head of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the U.K. has spoken of his hope for positive reform in Egypt after the election of Mohammed Morsi as president.
A number of religious liberty organizations are calling for Sri Lanka to officially recognize the country's evangelical community.
A Church of Scotland counseling center will celebrate its 50th anniversary this Friday with a special service in Glasgow.
Chief Executive of DoersTV.com, Pastor David Wright, has polled his channel's more than 100,000 Facebook fans to find out what they think of Christian TV - and he was more than a little surprised by the results.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, has paid tribute to the British Queen's selfless dedication to the nation during her 60 years on the British throne.
Churches are being asked to pray during the 70-day Olympic Games torch relay when it gets underway in England this Saturday.
The General Synod of the Church of Ireland has passed a motion upholding marriage as a union between one man and one woman.
The organizers of a marriage conference in Britain have been told they can no longer hold the event on their regular hired premises because they support the biblical definition of marriage as between one man and one woman.
Refugee pastors are asking Christians to pray for peace between Sudan and South Sudan.
A petition launched in the United Kingdom in defense of traditional marriage has passed the half million mark.
Bible Society U.K. has released a new version of the New Testament geared towards people who do not ordinarily read the Bible, or who find traditional translations hard to access.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has expressed his dismay over the disintegration of peace between Sudan and South Sudan. The two countries are on the brink of war with tensions reaching breaking point, less than a year since South Sudan seceded from the North.
The Anglican Archbishop of York has expressed the importance of religious education, saying that knowledge of religion "forms and creates a culture."
Britain's drift away from its Christian moorings is impacting its ability to support Christians being attacked in other countries, the Archbishop of Nigeria has warned.
Christians in the U.K. are turning increasingly to social media sites like Facebook to share their faith, new research has found.