March 31, 2015
[Anglican Communion News...
Presbyterian Hunger Program looks at efforts to build productive lives in diverse community
March 31, 2015
Taiwan Church News
March 23 - 29, 2015
Taiwanese People Rally And March Around Legislative Yuan Seven Times To Mark Sunflower Movement Anniversary
Reported by Chiu Kuo-rong
To mark Sunflower Movement anniversary and push the government to rectify both Referendum Act and Election Act, civil rights group like Taiwan March,...
- The Archbishop of York is encouraging major supermarkets to reconsider stocking the Real Easter Egg produced by the Meaningful Chocolate Company
There are no surprises here. We know how the events of this week unfold. Through hindsight, we can see what those first disciples of Jesus couldn't. Yet, if we allow ourselves to walk through what we now refer to as Holy Week with imagination and openness, we can also begin to sense those inescapable feelings of foreboding tragedy, fear, betrayal, suffering and immense grief that must have been theirs.
- King Choi became a Christian more than 40 years ago in a Baptist church in Hong Kong.
- At Searchlight Ministries in Jamestown, Mich., we love to share prayer requests with each other and share the results.
- After all the media attention the Ashers case was finally listed for hearing on 26th and 27th March.
[Communique from the Malines Conversations Group] An international group of eight Anglican and seven Catholic theologians representing eight countries and four Anglican provinces, met from March 22nd to March 26th at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA. Called “The Malines Conversations Group,” participants continued their wide-ranging deliberations on various aspects of Anglican-Catholic sacramental, liturgical and practical theology, which they had begun two...
[Anglican Communion Environmental Network] A group of 17 Anglican bishops from all six continents has called for urgent prayer and action on the “unprecedented climate crisis.” Their declaration The World Is Our Host: A Call to Urgent Action for Climate Justice sets a new agenda on climate change for the 85 million-strong Anglican Communion.
The group met in South Africa in February to...