The Currents of Colonialism

Climate Colonialism and the Anglican Communion One of the themes for this summer’s Lambeth Conference is ecology. We have invited authors to reflect on what they hope the bishops will take to heart and keep in... Read More...

Lead, Church of England

By Christopher Wells and Mark Michael Officially, the Church of England is not first among equals of the Anglican Communion’s provinces, and the foundational texts of the Communion’s life and work carefully ... Read More...

Is Anglicanism Growing or Dying? New Data

By David Goodhew The membership of the Episcopal Church (TEC) has halved since 1970. During the same period, the Anglican Communion’s combined membership has doubled. It is now heading toward 100 million. The result is a massive shift in the center of gravi... Read More...

Roundtable: Why I Write for Covenant (Wesley Hill)

Periodically, we like to take stock of our work and mission. How can Covenant best serve the Anglican Communion and wider Christian family? And how do we think about the breadth of our writing? For the next few days, we present perspectives that we hope you en... Read More...