Episcopal News Service

Evangelical Anglican-led youth mission group Soul Survivor to close

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Soul Survivor charity, which runs youth discipleship and worship events throughout England, will close after its 2019 events, the trustees announced today. Soul Survivor began in 1993 when Mike Pilavachi was released by St. Andrews Church in Chorleywood with 11 others to plant a new youth-focused Anglican church, Soul Survivor Watford, which now meets in two neighboring warehouses in an industrial estate in north Watford, Hertfordshire.

Diocese of Virginia takes ‘extraordinary step’ of ending search for bishop suffragan

Diocese of Litoral Ecuador announces search for its third bishop

[Episcopal Diocese of Litoral Ecuador] The Episcopal Diocese of Litoral Ecuador has started a process of systematic search and nomination for a new bishop.

Video: Presiding Bishop speaks from DC about bipartisan Morning Prayer, ‘Reclaiming Jesus’

[Episcopal News Service] Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is in Washington, D.C., May 24. In this video he talks about leading bipartisan Morning Prayer on Capitol Hill and the movement to “Reclaim Jesus.”

Bishop of London Sarah Mullally becomes most senior female bishop in House of Lords

[Anglican Communion News Service] Bishop of London Sarah Mullally was introduced May 24 as a member of the House of Lords, the upper house of the British Parliament, becoming the most senior female bishop in the House of Lords. From its earliest days as an advisory council to monarchs, the House of Lords has included Church of England bishops among its membership. Today, 26 bishops are members.

Christians around the world gather in prayer on final weekend of Thy Kingdom Come

[Anglican Communion News Service] The third annual ecumenical global wave of prayer for evangelism, Thy Kingdom Come, has come to an end with thousands of Christians around the world gathering for prayer and worship in “beacon events. The Thy Kingdom Come movement began with a simple invitation to prayer from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to the clergy of the Church of England but grew into a global ecumenical movement.


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