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Anglican Cycle of Prayer

Anglicans around the world daily pray for dioceses and their bishops. Why not join them?

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Theologian database

If you’re an Anglican theologian or are looking for one, visit our database here

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Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury is the Anglican Communion’s spiritual head


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Prayer of the Week

Prayer with the Church in South Sudan for the people of South Sudan

God our Shepherd,
We give you thanks for your mercy toward the Republic of South Sudan,
for the birth of the nation,
for the freedom to determine the future of the country.
We praise you for your guidance of the people of South Sudan,
for giving them strength and endurance amidst wars and ethnic conflicts.
We thank you for the presence and prophetic role of your churches
and the South Sudan Council of Churches,
for the tireless involvement of the regional and international community 
and of all people of good will,  
so that peace and justice take root in South Sudan.

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Spotlight on...

Have you heard about the Anglican Communion’s project to learn how Anglicans read the Bible? 

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Network of The Month

Is the International Anglican Family Network and the International Anglican Women's Network for their joint newsletter on the Church's response to human trafficking.

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Anglican Communion Office

Want to learn more about the secretariat that supports the Anglican Communion?

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