Sermon preached by Lorraine Kingsley, CEO of Toilet Twinning, as part of the Lent Sermon Series for JustWater.
A Prayer for World Water Day
by the Revd Canon Michael Hampel, Precentor of St Paul’s Cathedral (London)
The Anglican Diocese of Angola, the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, and the dioceses of Manchester and London in England, are working in partnership to support Mothers Union members in delivering life-saving malnutrition interventions to children in the region.
The Mozambique Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Program was implemented by the Anglican Diocese of Niassa in the Niassa and Zambézia Provinces of northern Mozambique.
This study looks at the setting up of marine protection areas (MPAs) as an example of good stewardship, and how it might exemplify the theological concerns of sabbath, justice and humility.
Sermon preached at St Paul’s Cathedral, London, by the Revd Canon Prof John Rodwell as part of the Lent Sermon Series for JustWater
The second of the seven reflections of the Lenten Campaign: Seven Weeks for Water 2017 of the Word Council of Churches’ (WCC) Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) is by Dr Agnes Abuom, moderator of the WCC’s Central Committee.
The first of seven reflections for the World Council of Churches’ (WCC) Ecumenical Water Network’s (EWN) Lenten campaign, “Seven Weeks for Water” in 2017.
Evensong sermon preached by the Revd Canon Dr Edmund Newell (Principal of Cumberland Lodge) at St Paul’s Cathedral, London, on Sunday 5th March 2017. Questions for Study Groups: Do you find that being by the water can have a spiritual quality about it? Do you agree with Hilaire Belloc that the sea has a sacramental […]
Bob Scott – Director, Faith Formation and Education at Trinity Wall Street, New York – introduces a Lent study guide made available as part of the JustWater programme.