Tree growing with School children – Green Anglicans Rwanda

The Anglican Church of Rwanda launched the Green Anglicans Movement Rwanda. While there is tree growing and capacity building around it, they have children at the center of

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Communion Forest in the Diocese of Waiapu, New Zealand

The Rt Rev’d Andrew Hedge, Bishop Anglican Diocese of Waiapu launched the Communion Forest in Waiapu at a service of Baptism and Confirmation at Woodford House, an Anglican Boarding

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Taking root

We are delighted that the Communion Forest has got off to a great start! We are beginning to hear about how bishops are taking the initiative back to

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Lambeth Conference seminar on the Communion Forest

Video recording of the Lambeth Conference seminar on the Communion Forest – one of the legacies of the 2022 Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops. Featuring speakers: Revd Rachel

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Launch of the Communion Forest. To plant is to hope, to restore is to heal, to protect is to love.

Photo: Neil Turner for The Lambeth Conference.  “I encourage you to join in this exciting initiative in your way, whether by protecting a precious environment, restoring a degraded

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Tree planting and prayer in Africa

The Anglican Communion has a distinct and powerful role to play in tackling climate change. As a global, connected body with a shared identity that transcends national borders,

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Franciscan Brothers challenge logging in Solomon Islands

Brother Christopher John is the Minister General of the Society of St Francis. “Franciscans believe that our mission to care for our sisters and brothers in creation includes

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Story from Brazil

The Anglican Diocese of the Amazon has sought to live the marks of mission as a whole and has a big focus on the fifth mark of the

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Prophetic Indigenous Voices on the Planetary Crisis- Aotearoa & Polynesia

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Message of support from Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby

We are living at a time of multiple global crises, emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic and with climate change, conflict and an emerging food crisis. In our collective

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