The Marketplace provided a showcase for things going on around the Anglican Communion, a space for delegates to relax, meet friends and (of course) shop and gave day visitors a flavour of the Lambeth Conference experience.
It was installed in a large sports hall on the University of Kent campus and in an adjoining marquee. It was open all day from 21 July to 2 August between 11am and 9pm.
Stalls included the Lambeth Conference Shop, stocking branded Conference gifts. Other exhibitors include organisations, church agencies, charities and commercial firms that provide goods, services and other resources to the church.
The Marketplace was not open on 24 July and 27 July and finally closed at 6pm on 2 August.
E4, E5, E6
Affirming Catholicism & The Society of Catholic Priests
The Anglican Centre in Rome
Anglicans For Life
Peacemaking is the Church's Business
Bible Reading Fellowship
Cambridge University Press
Changing Attitude & Integrity
Church House Publishing
Churches' Network for Non-Violence (CNNV)
Croft Design - Ecclesiastical Outfitters
Dave Walker - CartoonChurch.com
The Edwin Mellen Press
The Episcopal Church
Episcopal Church Foundation
Episcopal Relief & Development, Nets for Life
Fresh Ministries [Be The Change]
Hayes & Finch Limited
Holy Socks, Faith on Your Feet
IAWN International Anglican Women's Network
J Wippell & Co Ltd
Juliet Hemingray Church Textiles
Lesbian and Gay Christians and Our Friends
Modern Churchpeople's Union
Partnership for World Mission
Progressive Christianity Network - International
The Quiet Garden Movement
Redeemed Lives and Living Waters
SOMA Sharing of Ministries Abroad
SCM-Canterbury Press / Church Times
Trinity Church Wall Street
Education for Ministry
USPG: Anglicans in World Mission
The Center for Anglican Communion Studies at Virginia Theological Seminary
The Zacchaeus Fellowship
In addition to these stalls, all official Anglican Networks and some other organisations affiliated to the Anglican Communion were represented on campus during the conference.
The Lambeth Conference also featured a programme of fringe events at lunchtimes and in the evening.