Thousands of people will join with one voice to pray for an end to poverty as they connect with God's heart for justice.
The U.K.-based Bible Society has reported a growing demand for copies of the Bible in China where an estimated 500,000 people convert to Christianity every year.
Haitians are fasting and taking part in prayer vigils to mark one month since a devastating earthquake struck the Caribbean nation on January 12.
There were protests by Hindu groups on Tuesday as an EU delegation arrived in India's Orissa state to visit areas where dozens of Christians were killed in 2008.
Congregations may look forward to the pastor's sermon, but when it comes to bringing about a change in their attitudes or lifestyle, preaching appears to have little impact.
If "Big Brother" chiefs were hoping for some eyebrow-raising controversy on the last ever "Celebrity Big Brother," they must be pinning their hopes on contestants other than born-again Christian Stephen Baldwin.
The Church of England's top clerics have condemned the latest wave of police intimidation against members of the Anglican Church in Zimbabwe, calling it "unacceptable" and a "further blow to civil liberties."
A Church of England priest has found himself at the center of controversy after he told his congregation it was morally justifiable for the poor to shoplift.
Pakistani Christians in the United Kingdom marched through central London on Saturday in a call for justice for their brothers and sisters facing persecution in Pakistan.
Anglican and Roman Catholic bishops in Vancouver have expressed concerns that human trafficking may cast a shadow over the winter Olympics taking place in the city and Canadian ski resort Whistler next year.
A Catholic Archbishop in India's Orissa state has appealed to the worldwide church to pray this Christmas for victims of the anti-Christian violence that struck parts of India in 2007 and 2008.
The Jubilee Debt Campaign has launched a new campaign encouraging faith groups to take action on global poverty and poor country debt.
Thousands of Church of England schools are taking part in the United Kingdom's first interfaith week, which kicked off on Sunday. Local groups are holding events to highlight their work in promoting understanding between people of different faiths
World renowned preacher Billy Graham is spending the weekend receiving several family members at his home in North Carolina to celebrate his 91st birthday.
Churches from all denominations are being invited for the first time to sponsor a national advertising campaign in the run up to Christmas.
U.K.-based Bible Society is urgently appealing for donations to help send booklets of Bible passages to victims of two typhoons that ravaged the Philippines in recent weeks.
The dramatic church features a cross-laminated timber panel system with an undulating zinc roof and a distinctive rectangular tower that changes colour according to the light.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said his conversion to Catholicism two years ago began with his wife, and that "there was something" about the universal nature of the Catholic Church that made the switch from Anglicanism feel right to him.
The sign outside the church would usually read St. Timothy Lutheran Church. But the word "Lutheran" has been covered over and now simply reads St. Timothy Church.
A leading criminologist says that the faith community has a role to play in combating gang culture in the United Kingdom. Churches are in the ideal position to run gang initiatives, he says.
Human rights group Christian Solidarity Worldwide says it is "gravely" concerned for the future of two American journalists who have been condemned to 12 years of hard labor in North Korea.
More than 1,000 people have fled from a camp for internally displaced people in Burma's Karen State amid fears of an attack by the Burmese Army.
Young people from Bewdley Baptist Church in Worcestershire have sent a petition to their local MP highlighting the problems of sanitation in the developing world.
This Easter, the town of Tywyn in Wales will play host to a train journey that will in both the physical and spiritual sense mark the 14 stations of the cross.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has condemned as "disgraceful" the decision of the South African government to refuse the Dalai Lama a visa for a peace conference meant to promote the 2010 World Cup.