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Oceania Primates commit to the Anglican Communion as “one body with many parts”

Anglican leaders in the Oceania region have reiterated their commitment to the Anglican Communion, describing it as “one body with many parts”. The comments were made in a communiqué at the end of their annual Fono, or meeting, which brings together primates and provincial secretaries from the four independent-yet-interdependent churches in the region

Anglican Church of Melanesia (Vanuatu) team (led by Fr Benjamin) on Pentecost Island, July 2020. The team is demonstrating hand-washing as part of hygiene and COVID-19 awareness sessions (Photo by ACOM Vanuatu)

An unusual church partnership tackles COVID-19 in the Pacific

Find out about the great work that the Anglican Board of Mission is doing in Melanesia in partnership with the Australian Government and churches in Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu


Melanesia’s new Archbishop is installed amidst dance and song

Traditional dancers and singing led the new Archbishop of Melanesia, Archbishop Leonard Dawea, into the service at St Barnabas Cathedral, Honiara in the Solomon Islands, where he was installed as the Primate of the Anglican Church of Melanesia last week