Church of England leaders should not “keep their mouths shut” over the risks of Brexit, even if the referendum indicates the majority of Brits want to leave the EU, a senior bishop has said.
A pastor was among at least 27 people who died trying to escape fresh attacks from Fulani militia herdsmen on five predominantly Christian communities in northeast Nigeria.
The Archbishop of Canterbury's views on Brexit are opposite to most Anglicans, a poll has suggested.
A Scottish teacher who leads a multi-faith school in Israel has described it as a "bright light in a very difficult land".
A Catholic bishop accused of repeatedly raping a nun has been arrested by police in India.
Franklin Graham has begun his mission in Blackpool speaking to over 2,000 people at the town’s Winter Gardens.
Pope Francis (pictured) has accepted the resignations of two more bishops in Chile, amid widespread sex abuse scandals there.
A church in Plymouth known for using canon confetti, disco lights and bubble machines says a second anniversary celebration this weekend will be inspired by the "fun, party vibe" of heaven.
The Church of England has decided not to participate in a buyout of failed pay day lender Wonga's loan book.
A Christian man left almost completely blind by a debilitating disease has been able to read his Bible and see his family again following transformative surgery.
A former pastor of Willow Creek has spoken publicly for the first time since his resignation was prompted by misconduct claims against the Chicago megachurch's founder, Bill Hybels.
When it comes to talking about his belief in Jesus, "nothing fills my soul more", the actor Chris Pratt has said.
U2 frontman Bono has described Pope Francis as being "aghast" about sex abuse in the Catholic Church.
A vicar has handed out kazoos to the congregation in a video plea for someone to be the church's organ player, the video has been seen 114,000 times.
Ian Paisley has thanked the voters of North Antrim for their "unwavering support" after Westminster's first ever recall petition fell short of the threshold required to unseat him.
Sir Cliff Richard will perform for a BBC radio concert series, months after he successfully sued the Corporation for a breach of his privacy.
A fair trade business which started in churches could end trading, citing an unsustainable business model.
There's a warning Christians in central Asia are facing persecution.
The kidnappers of the Christian girl kept in captivity in Nigeria due to her faith have threatened to kill her.
The Student Christian Movement (SCM) has sided with the authors of a new report which demands universities do more to improve diversity in lecture theatres.