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The archbishops of Canterbury and York have apologised to survivors of abuse, as the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) prepares to publish its overarching investigation report into t...

The Queen has written to the Church of Scotland to express her support and encouragement for how congregations have served their communities during what she called 'difficult' and &#...

Suspected Fulani militants are thought to be behind a number of recent kidnappings and killings in Nigeria. Two young Christian women and a 6-year-old boy were killed in Plateau last week when th...

A well-known pastor in the US state of Texas has been diagnosed with Covid-19, prompting an outpouring of prayer and concern from his congregation and beyond. San Antonio’s Cornerstone Church an...

Four church denominations have called for the Government to pay off debt caused by lockdown among the poorest in the country.  The Baptist Union of Great Britain, Church Action on Poverty, The Ch...

Senior judges ushered in the start of the new legal year at Westminster Abbey in a more muted ceremony than usual amid coronavirus restrictions. Around 100 judges, dignitaries and guests attended the ...

The Speaker and the Dean of Westminster have climbed to the roof of the 'parish church of the House of Commons' to view the church after years of restoration work.  The Right Honourable S...

The Church of Scotland has set a target to have net zero carbon emissions by 2030.  This means aiming to balance out the amount of carbon dioxide the Church is producing by offsetting it by other...

A study into the impact of communal singing on the spread of coronavirus among faith groups will take place this year.  Singing is currently not allowed in church because of the increased risk of...

Christian charity Transforming Lives for Good says the lockdwon has produced many new challenges for children and their families, on top of problems which the Children's Commissioner highighted be...

The resident cat of Southwark Cathedral in London, Doorkins Magnificat, has died and the Cathedral will hold a thanksgiving service.  Doorkins was a local cat with a social media following of ove...

A baby girl who was born on the original date for the 40th London Marathon will complete the 26.2 miles on Sunday with her father pushing her in a buggy. Jimmy Dale, the Church of England's Nation...

The Dean-designate of Bristol, Reverend Canon Dr. Mandy Ford, has told Premier it is too early to say whether a stained glass window, linked to the slave trader Edward Colston, will be removed fr...

A church in Dorchester has temporarily covered a plaque commemorating plantation owner John Gordon. St Peter´s Council decided to remove the stone in a vote last month after campaigners raised c...

A federal appeals court in the US state of California has upheld a ban on indoor worship gatherings. In a 2-1 ruling, the majority of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals panel agreed that California...

Christian public policy charity CARE NI has received the support of the DUP for help to be provided to places of worship which are at risk of being attacked in Northern Ireland. This included support ...

The Vatican may have been "swindled" by pervious property investment advisors, the city-state's chief finance minister has revealed.  Jesuit Fr. Juan Antonio Guerrero Alves, head of...

A former BBC presenter and pastor has been jailed for 10 years and four months after he confessed to his "dark secret" as a prolific sex abuser. Benjamin Thomas, who worked on Wales Today an...

A Chinese Christian bookseller has been sentenced to seven years behind bars.  Chen Yu, from the city of Taizhou, Zhejiang Province, was charged with “illegal business operations” on ...

Churches in Exeter have united to reach out to university students under a local lockdown. Students at Exeter University are not currently permitted to meet indoors with anyone who is not in their own...