Frequently Asked Questions
Every active bishop should have received their official invitation during late 2018. If you are eligible but have not received an invitation, please contact your provincial secretary.
Registration is through a separate website. Full details of how to log in and register are provided with the invitation letter.
The full price for each Lambeth conference delegate is £4,950, includes en-suite accommodation and all meals at the venue plus all travel during the conference itself. It doesn’t include flights to or from the UK or other travel before or after the conference. The conference organisers want to ensure that no bishop or spouse is unable to attend for financial reasons. For that reason, there is a bursary scheme to help anyone needing financial support for the conference fee and travel. Details of the scheme are included with the conference invitation.
Yes. Details of how to apply for a bursary is included in registration information sent to bishops and their spouses by the Lambeth Conference.
The Lambeth Conference 2020 is a large scale event, that will welcome hundreds of guests from all around the world. From venue management, accommodation, catering and programme delivery, there are a number of logistics requirements to consider. The ticket cost has been calculated to cover all of the costs associated with the conference (excluding travel to and from the venue).
The Lambeth Conference team are working hard to deliver an engaging and inspiring conference for all. A bursary scheme is in place for those most in need of funds to support the cost of their attendance and travel. If this is relevant to you – please complete a bursary application form when registering for the event.
For the first time the Lambeth Conference will offer a joint programme to bishops and spouses. It is anticipated that bishops and spouses will be in joint session for the majority of the conference including for the daily Bible expositions, presentations on major issues and regional meetings.
However there will be a number of occasions when bishops and spouses will meet separately and a planning group is leading on the development of this aspect of the conference.
The joint conference is in recognition of the vital role spouses play across the Anglican Communion and a desire to support them in their ministry. The intention is for every spouse to develop their ministry through their participation in the conference. There is recognition that fellowship will be a key aspect for spouses.
Yes. There will be a team offering interpretation into a range of languages in the services, main sessions and seminars. The Bible studies will be organised into language groups so that everyone is able to participate. Bishops and spouses are invited to state their language preferences as part of the booking process.
No. The invitation is specifically for bishops and their spouses only. It does not extend to members of the bishops’ staff or others.
While we have been working towards an initial booking deadline of 31 March 2019, we will still accept bookings made after this date. We are aware that some flexibility in registering for the conference may be required. Bursary applications should be made as soon as possible.
Please do keep in mind the deadline for the second payment of 31 July 2019 and book in as soon as possible.
Registration for the Lambeth Conference is managed by Essential Event Management. Please direct any inquires about the booking site to email@example.com.
There will be a marketplace to promote appropriate resources and merchandise to delegates. The marketplace will be overseen by Essential Event Management on behalf of the Lambeth Conference Company. Organisations or vendors who would like to be considered for a place should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.