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Standing in Solidarity
The Anglican mission agency United Society Partners in the Gospel (USPG) announced today that it is launching a new campaign, STANDING IN SOLIDARITY, in response to recent events in the USA following the death in police custody of George Floyd, an African American man.
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Support from USPG during the Covid-19 Pandemic - Guinea
The Island of Fotoba is a community where the main occupation of the inhabitants is fishing, and where the third oldest church in the Anglican Diocese of Guinea was constructed in 1870.
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Coping with Covid -19 in the Diocese of Durgapur, North India
Coping with Covid -19 in the Diocese of Durgapur, North India
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Is this a record for 'Virtual Preaching'?
Rev’d Duncan Dormor, the General Secretary of USPG ‘Zoomed around the World’ on Sunday 3 May 2020.  Virtually travelling to 33 countries, he covered well over 60,000 miles, all from his study in London!
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Coronavirus Bangladesh Update
Globally more than 200 countries are facing challenge to control COVID-19 virus. In Bangladesh the number of identified patients and number of deaths are increasing.
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A Quarantine Prayer from Sri Lanka
For the attention of Christians in Sri Lanka and elsewhere
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Focus on the Future
Bringing hope for the future to Global Communities
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Rethinking Mission : Rediscovering the Gospel in 'Christian' Nations
It is with a profound sense of regret that the USPG Senior Management Group has taken the decision to cancel the forthcoming Rethinking Mission Conference.
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General Synod 2020 : Living with a world of difference - On our doorstep
Diversity, difference, how we can foster inclusivity in the Church today and why it’s important for non-English speakers to worship in their native tongues. These were some of the topics discussed at USPG’s evening fringe event at General Synod on Tuesday 11 February.
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Blessed are the Windows!
The Bishop of Southwark, the Rt Rev’d Christopher Chessun, was a special guest at USPG’s chapel on Wednesday 5 February, where he led a service of blessing and dedication for USPG’s stained glass windows.
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