The Vicar of Baghdad to speak at Christ Church Plano

Join us on Sunday, August 17, from 7-8:30 p.m.


The Diocese of Quincy: the mouse that roared.

On July 24, 2014 the Diocese of Quincy (Quincy) won a major victory against The Episcopal Church (TEC) and the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago after nearly 6 years of litigation and a two week trial i


How should we respond to Christian persecution?

Brothers and Sisters in Christ,   Last week I wrote about the societal structure and theological practices of Islam as they impact us as Anglican Christians in the Western world, and I noted with thanksgiving the escape of Meriam Ibrahim and her family from the Sudanese Muslim Police.   I also mentioned the hardship that Christians (and Jews) have experienced Continue Reading


Mothers’ Union acts to improve maternal health in Zimbabwe

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Mother’s Union in Zimbabwe has resolved to contribute to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals by actively contributing to the country’s maternal health system.
The decision was arrived at after a Mother’s Union (MU) team’s visit to Budiriro Polyclinic, a rural health facility located in a high-density suburb on the outskirts of Harare.


Warning over fake Facebook accounts

[Anglican Communion News Service] Two primates of the Anglican Communion have warned unsuspecting followers to be wary of fake Facebook profiles.
The warnings come amid concern that fraudsters are targeting Anglicans by creating false social media profiles and then using them to build up a following before asking for financial assistance or support.


Trial Ends: Highlights from the Trial of the Diocese of SC vs. TEC and TECSC

The three-week trial of the Diocese of South Carolina vs. The Episcopal Church (TEC) and The Episcopal Church in South Carolina (TECSC) ended July 25, with Judge Diane S. Goodstein, who presided, telling the parties what she wanted from them to assist in her deliberations.


(ABC) Bathurst’s All Saints College named in bank’s legal action against Anglican diocese

Court documents have revealed the Commonwealth Bank is looking for damages of more than $24m from the former Anglican bishop of Bathurst and five other defendants.

The Commonwealth Bank's court action includes a summons against the diocese's former bishop, Richard Hurford.

This action involves Bishop Hurford and eleven other defendants.
Another summons calls for a joint levy on all parishes, schools and other organisations to help repay the diocese's debts.