June 8, 2016
[Anglican Communion News Service] The world will be watching when the U.K. votes on whether to stay in the EU later this month. Interventions by President Barack Obama and the heads of the U.S. Federal Reserve and International Monetary Fund, among others, prove this has become a global story. The result will have ramifications for immigration, trade and security beyond Europe’s shores.
Anglican clergy across the continent are watching the whirlwind of claims and counter-...
- In an interview with Calvin college professors Cynthia Slagter and Otto Selles for the “Camino De Santiago Pilgrimage” interim trip this May, Katie Slemp had a major concern.
May 24, 2016
- : The “Through My Hands” event drew 230 people to Seville, Spain.
April 29, 2016
- NEWS 1) Annual Conference moderator calls for special day of prayer and fasting on Pentecost 2) Brethren Disaster Ministries begins work at new rebuilding project site in Detroit 3) Children’s Disaster Services presents new training program in Nigeria 4) GFCF grants support church projects in Illinois, Maryland, Spain, Honduras 5) Fellowship of Brethren Homes holds Forum, elects new executive committee 6) International delegation completes racial justice pilgrimage to the United States...
- Recent grants from the Global Food Crisis Fund (GFCF) are providing support to Church of the Brethren-related projects in Illinois, Maryland, Spain, and Honduras. The four grants total $28,456.
April 27, 2016
- MADRID — A recent interfaith event, co-hosted by the Baha'i community of Spain, drew 200 participants to explore how religious communities can collectively work for the betterment of the world. Titled "Woven by the Mercy of God", the event was held on 17 April 2016 and organized by multiple religious groups, including the International Monastic Association for Interfaith Dialogue, the social...
April 14, 2016
- B’nai B’rith International denounces anti-Israel motions authorized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) executive board’s Programme and External Relations Commission. The executive board’s plenary will likely rubberstamp the resolutions, focused on “Occupied Palestine” and education in Gaza, at the close of the board’s session at the end of the week.