ANGLICANS IN AFRICA E-NEWS – 21 June 2018

ANGLICANS IN AFRICA

Edited by the Revd Loraine Tulleken

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OUR  TOP PICK

Church leaders endorse Season of Creation in rare ecumenical joint letter

https://bit.ly/2HLH8Pi

Third Gafcon conference underway in Jerusalem

https://bit.ly/2lneFXk

Bless same-sex marriages‚ pleads Archbishop Ndungane

https://bit.ly/2Hh2i7L

INTERNATIONAL NEWS

Anticipation mounts in Anglican Communion two years ahead of Lambeth Conference 2020

https://bit.ly/2thdvA2

Anglican church works with Shared Access to explore telecoms masts deals

https://bit.ly/2tnvS6r

AFRICA NEWS

SA Archbishop’s quest to right wrongs

https://bit.ly/2M2zsKX

Zim Anglican bishop urges church members to vote peacefully

https://bit.ly/2yokdtZ

Swaziland Diocese holds on to national environmental awards

https://bit.ly/2livp1Q

Archbishop Thabo welcomes Frankel 8 victory as 20-year limit on prosecution for sexual assault is ruled unconstitutional

https://bit.ly/2tc7a9L

HOUGHTON – St John’s College celebrates life of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu by naming a school quadrangle in his honour

https://bit.ly/2ynOskF

SA faith leaders call for action on women, child abuse

https://bit.ly/2MGCqpr

NOTICE BOARD

Anglican Communion Office seeks three new staff members

https://bit.ly/2tnYBYG

 

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