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  • Intentional Discipleship Bible Study Guide (1/15/2018) - The Bible has always been a central part of the life of Anglicanism.  Indeed, it was the Anglican tradition which contributed to the rest of Christendom the King James Version of the Bible, which today remains sacrosanct for many denominational traditions, and for whom no change in its language or …

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  • Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (1/15/2018) - At least once a year, Christians are reminded of Jesus’ prayer for his disciples that “they may be one so that the world may believe” (see John 17.21). Hearts are touched and Christians come together to pray for their unity. Congregations and parishes all over the world exchange preachers or …

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  • Church of England unveils £24m national investment in new churches & Evangelism (1/4/2018) - The Diocese of London will receive £4.8 million to revitalise churches and develop “Church Growth Learning Communities” in Britain’s capital; and a further £3.89 million to train curates to be deployed across the country to support the national Church, as part of serious of grants totalling £24.4 million. Photo Credit: …

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  • The Mystery of our Humanity (12/22/2017) - From the Desk of The Rt. Rev. Howard Gregory Bishop of Jamaica & The Cayman Islands   The approach of Christmas is unmistakable, if we just observe the environment around us. The days get shorter, the sorrel begins to ripen, the gungo peas begin to mature, and the poinsettias begin …

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  • Sarah Mullally named as next Bishop of London (12/19/2017) - The current Bishop of Crediton in the Diocese of Exeter, Sarah Mullally, will be the next Bishop of London, it was announced today. Photo Credit: Diocese of London   The former Chief Nursing Officer for England, Dame Sarah Mullally, who was first ordained to serve as a non-stipendiary minister, has …

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  • Diocese Launches Season of Intentional Discipleship (11/13/2017) - The Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands launched a Season of Intentional Discipleship on Sunday, November 12 with a strong call for members to deliberately pattern Jesus in all areas of their life; and, in turn, become disciple-makers. “We can no longer sit and compare ourselves to other churches. …

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  • Intentional Discipleship Seminars for Diocese (11/4/2017) - In keeping with a unanimous call by the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) “for every province, diocese and parish in the Anglican Communion to adopt a clear focus on intentional discipleship,” the Diocese of Jamaica and The Cayman Islands will be hosting two two-day seminars for clergy, church workers and selected …

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  • Bishops from the Province of the West Indies at the second conference hosted by Trinity Wall Street in Panama in 2016 Anglican Church Builds Regional Partnerships (10/27/2017) - Some 80 Anglican Bishops, clergy and lay leaders from the Caribbean and Latin America are now meeting in Montego Bay to identify practical ways to share their skills and knowledge, promote best practices and enhance the church’s ministry and mission across the Region. They have also been joined by The …

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  • “Urgent need for discipleship”, conference told (10/26/2017) -   The Church needs to change its mindset and focus with more urgency and passion on what will last forever – that was the key theme in the opening address by Archbishop Moon Hing to the Diocese of Singapore’s Mission Consultation Roundtable. “When I talk about church planting, I’m not …

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  • Anglicans and other Christian leaders demand action on Climate Change (10/26/2017) -   Five Anglican archbishops have joined other Christian leaders in calling for governments to implement the promises they made at the Paris Climate Change talks. Political leaders from 197 nations will gather in Bonn, Germany, next month for the next phase of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23); and …

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  • CPWI West Indies’ Archbishop speaks of Caribbean “resilience” after Hurricanes Irma and Maria (10/16/2017) -   Archbishop John Holder Photo Credit: ACNS The primate of the West Indies, Archbishop John Holder, has briefed his fellow Anglican Primates on the devastation caused by two recent Category Five hurricanes which hit the Caribbean islands within two weeks of each other. Hurricanes Irma and Maria caused “enormous” damage …

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  • Bishop of Kingston Leads Holy Land Pilgrimage [Updated] (9/30/2017) - The Rt. Rev. Robert Thompson, Bishop of Kingston, is now in Jordan on the first leg of a two-week pilgrimage to the Holy Land that will also take him and the 24-member group which he is leading to Israel. One of the highlights to date, was a visit to Petra, …

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