First Bolivian bishop consecrated

CMS local partner Walter Toro has become the first Bolivian national to be bishop of the Anglican Church in the country

Strategic lay pioneer leaders training hub to open in Birmingham

Church Mission Society joins with The United Reformed Church, The Congregational Federation and Seedbeds to launch the 'Newbigin Pioneering Hub’

Gather: Wild-erness on Anglesey

Get a flavour of the recent pioneer gathering on Anglesey with words by Liz Dunbar and photos by Mark Kensett

CMS-Africa welcomes new chair

Canon Dr Rebecca Nyegenye succeeds Canon Dr John Senyonyi

Rising death toll in Brazil floods

To date, officially, 106 people have died, 10 are still missing under the mud and more than 6,000 have had to leave their homes and are in shelters. 

A truly super market gets going in Brazil

All smiles as the first shop signs up for surplus food project in Olinda, Brazil

Community cafe commended for caring

Home Cafe offers hot coffee and a warm welcome to refugees

Ukraine: witnessing destruction

Our people in mission were able to travel back to near Kyiv to assess both the damage done and people’s needs.

A decade of difference: anti-FGM charity marks a milestone

28 Too Many, the charity founded by CMS mission partner Ann-Marie Wilson, is celebrating 10 years of working to eradicate female genital mutilation (FGM).

Lambeth Awards for CMS people

Archbishop of Canterbury recognises unique contributions to church worldwide

“We are doing what we can”

As refugees seek safety in countries on Ukraine’s western border, our partners offer welcome and care.

Pray for Ukraine

Pause and pray for all God’s children under attack in Ukraine. We are thankful that our people in mission have been able to relocate back to the Kyiv area and are working to provide spiritual and material care to those in need.