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March 24 2020 By virtueonline LAMBETH CONFERENCE POSTPONED TO SUMMER 2021

Following consultation with the Lambeth Conference Design Group, Primates and trustees of the Lambeth Conference Company, The Archbishop of Canterbury has taken the important decision to reschedule the Lambeth Conference to the summer of 2021.

This significant meeting of Anglican bishops and spouses will continue to be planned- with an exciting and engaging programme, being held in the same venue at the University of Kent and Canterbury Cathedral -- just one year on.

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March 22 2020 By virtueonline GAFCON: The Church in Action in Crisis

Brazil

Juliane Uchoa reports the following:

Here in Brazil, we are doing some actions to keep people of the Church "in touch".

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March 21 2020 By virtueonline GAFCON CALLS FOR PRAYER AND FASTING: SUNDAY 22nd MARCH

We call on Anglicans around the globe to join together in the Holy Spirit, in prayer and fasting this Sunday, 22 March 2020.

Let us pray and fast for our nations:

repenting of our sins and asking God's forgiveness

asking God's intervention to stop the spread of this virus

asking God's intervention to stop the locusts

asking God for healing for those who are sick

asking God for miraculous provision for the hungry

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March 21 2020 By virtueonline GAFCON CONFERENCE IN KIGALI POSTPONED

Our Conference Team will communicate separately with those who have already made payments.

We realise this news will be deeply disappointing, but as a globally connected movement, our life together will continue as we encourage and pray for one another through the daily prayer diary and our many other online resources.

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March 19 2020 By virtueonline Anglican Online Worship

Amidst quarantines and “social distancing” enacted by civil authorities seeking to limit transmission of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus), Anglican Christians have found themselves limited in their ability to continue worship services as usual. Christ the King (CTK) is among a widening number of parishes employing a patchwork of mobile technologies to keep church congregations connected.

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March 16 2020 By virtueonline Australian Primates Election Deadlocked -- Aspinall to serve as interim Primate

Archbishop Smith of Adelaide, previously considered the default option, has increasingly disappointed conservatives with the way that he has managed the Diocese of Adelaide. Anglicans there have expressed their concern about numerous appointments of revisionists to key posts and a failure to deal clearly with the presenting issue of same-sex marriage and related ethics.

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March 13 2020 By virtueonline Seven African Archbishops including Lord Carey Appeal for help to combat Locust Plague

Dear Friend,

A plague of locusts is devastating crops and livelihoods. Please help us save God's people.

Thousands of already marginalised and persecuted Anglican Christians are among those facing severe

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March 13 2020 By virtueonline KAMPALA: ANGLICAN CHURCH IN UGANDA BESIEGED BY POLICE

An eyewitness in a shop neighboring the church one Amos Lugemwa said; "The Anglican community put up a brave fight using stones and sticks to fight those who had come to tear down the buildings. Local Police unleashed tear gas and fired live bullets in air, but locals stood their ground and surrounded their church,''

However, bailiffs managed to destroy the primary school and some makeshift structures but were unable to destroy the church.

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March 12 2020 By virtueonline The Surgeon General on How Churches Should Respond to the Coronavirus

Our Rural Matters Initiative has been a part of an ongoing conversation with the HHS Partnership for Good around the opioid epidemic and mental health, and (more recently) HIV/AIDS. Near the end of our meeting, the Surgeon General invited us to ask questions. I asked about coronavirus, and with his permission, I am sharing his answers here. You can also read my post from a few days ago on A Christ-Centered Response to the Coronavirus Threat.

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March 11 2020 By virtueonline IRAN: Convert gets two more years in prison for 'Evangelical Zionist Christianity'

The court document detailed that the "hostile" group in question espoused "Evangelical Zionist Christianity".

Article18's advocacy director, Mansour Borji, said that given that Ismaeil is a member of the Anglican Church, this shows that "such blanket labelling is inaccurately applied to any Christian arrested for their religious activities, as the revolutionary courts try to justify their violations of religious freedom".

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