The head of the World Council of Churches, the Rev. Dr. Samuel Kobia, has expressed his support for full communion among all denominations by the middle of the 21st century.Tags Ecumenical
The countdown to the massive Global Day of Prayer (GDOP) event in London began Friday night when hundreds of Christians packed into Westminster Chapel to join in prayer and praise for the capital and the nation.
The tide of consumerism, the tide of credit and the tide of debt that is sweeping over our country needs an absolute miracle to turn it back, the UK Chief Executive of Christians Against Poverty (CAP), Matt Barlow, told fellow believers at the launch of a brand new money management course to help Britains most vulnerable stay out of debt.
Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams has condemned the Zimbabwean Government following reports of authorities disrupting church services and intimidating opponents of an ousted bishop.Tags Church Bodies
Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) has resumed flights in Kenya after temporarily suspending them last Thursday over security fears for staff.Tags NGOs
The Church of England is open to the idea of abolishing blasphemy laws, a spokesman said Wednesday.
The Bible Society of Kenya asked for prayers on Tuesday as a quick solution to the post-election crisis which has slipped further out of reach.
After almost a week of intense post-election violence and rioting, Kenyans on both sides of the political divide are turning to God for His grace to save Kenya.
Mission Aviation Fellowships team in Kenya has suspended flights because of the dangers posed by the violence that has been rocking the country for nearly a week.Tags NGOs
In his New Years message to of the worlds 1.2 billion Catholics Tuesday, Pope Benedict XVI reaffirmed the family as one of the most important foundations for peace in the world.
Violent clashes in Kenya have killed more than 300 people since a disputed election on Dec. 27, a state-funded local rights organization and an international group reported in a joint statement Wednesday.
Pakistani opposition leader and former prime minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated in a suicide bomb attack Thursday, stoking new chaos across the nuclear-armed nation, an important U.S. ally in the war on terrorism.
LONDON The second highest ranking cleric in the Church of England has called for action against God being violated in Zimbabwe and Darfur.Tags Human Rights
Church of England cathedrals are getting ready to welcome more than 140,000 people through their doors for this year's run of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day services. Hopes are high for an excellent turnout, following a 7.5 percent rise in worshipers between 2005 and 2006.Tags Church Bodies
A new survey by the public theology think thank Theos has found that only 12 percent of adults in Britain have detailed knowledge of the Christmas story.