The Rev. Ron & Debby McKeon will be serving in the Diocese of Recife as missionaries.
Largest Anglican missions conference in the world returns to Ridgecrest, NC.
Fifteen Anglican bishops, including Archbishop Robert Duncan, joined a record number of others from across the nation on January 25 in Washington, D.C. for the 40th Annual March for Life.
The Anglican Church in North America College of Bishops Meeting, Orlando, FL, January 7-11, 2013
Archbishop Duncan encourages churches to highlight our call to world mission through prayer, testimonies, stewardship and education on Sunday, February 10.
On Sunday, December 16, 2012 the Most Rev. Stanley Ntagali became the eighth Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Uganda.
The Most Rev. Robert W. Duncan, Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church in North America, will travel to Uganda this weekend to attend the enthronement and investiture of Bishop Stanley Ntagali as Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of Uganda.
The Most Reverend Robert W. Duncan
Archbishop and Primate of The Anglican Church in North America
Bishop of The Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh
Growing Long-term Relationships through Short-term Mission
Bishop Stanley Ntagali has asked Archbishop Robert Duncan to preach at his enthronement as Primate of the Church of Uganda on December 16.
The Rev. David Wilson is collecting clergy shirts and vestments to be sent to the Diocese of Msindi-Kitara in the Church of Uganda.
Ministry based in Pittsburgh blends psychology and prayer to bring regional transformation through healing ministry.
All in the Diocese of Pittsburgh are invited and encouraged to attend the service on May 17, which will begin at 7 p.m.
Dioceses of Pittsburgh and Chile Restart Partnership
“Recent events within the Anglican Mission in the Americas have challenged us all. The vision, however, that governs our fledgling Province remains unchanged: a Biblical, missionary and united Anglicanism in North America.”
The Rev. Dr. Grant LeMarquand currently serves as liturgical assistant at Church of the Ascension in Oakland and is professor of Biblical Studies and Mission at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge.
Easter Vigil, 23rd April, A.D.2011
February 16 statement from the Episcopal/Anglican Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa.
Three chaplains were ordained as priests and one as a transitional deacon at The Falls Church in Falls Church, Va. on Jan. 15.
The Rev. Drew W. Schmotzer, who previously served as a deacon at Trinity Cathedral in Pittsburgh, has a report on the recent attacks on Christians in the Diocese of Egypt where he currently serves as a chaplain to the Most Rev. Mouneer Anis.
Archbishop Duncan called for the immediate release of Said Musa, an Afghan convert to Christianity.
Bishop Zavala replaces Bishop Venables as primate of the Southern Cone. The Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh passes resolution in celebration.
On October 19, Archbishop Duncan addressed attendees of Lausanne 2010 in Capetown, South Africa during a session devoted to global Anglicanism.
The Rev. Dr. Stephen & Peggy Noll will be welcomed back to the diocese after ten years of missionary service in Uganda on Sept 19.
Archbishop Orombi, primate of the Church of Uganda, has released a statement in response to the terrorist attack in Kampala during the World Cup on July 11.
Archbishop Robert Duncan spoke June 8 to the Annual Provincial Council of the Anglican Church in North America.