Conversations des évêques :
Dans cette vidéo, des évêques font part de ce que cela signifie de proclamer la Bonne Nouvelle, chacun dans son contexte.
Nous remercions tous ceux qui y ont contribué.
L’évêque Mary Irwin Gibson, diocèse de Montréal, Canada ; l’évêque Pradeep Samantaroy, diocèse d’Amritsar, Inde du Nord ; l’archevêque Kay Goldsworthy, Perth, Australie ; l’archevêque Samy Fawzy Shehata, archevêque de la province épiscopale / anglicane d’Alexandrie et l’évêque diocésain d’Égypte ; Samson Ram, ancien secrétaire et président diocésain de la jeunesse, Amritsar, Inde du Nord.
Mise en scène
What does it mean to Proclaim Good News in your setting? Bishops from around the world share their experiences. On the 3rd and 5th August, the second round of Lambeth Conference Bishop’s Conversations will begin. Meeting online, in groups of around 20 bishops from different provinces, the sessions incorporate time for prayer, Bible study and
qui y ont participé
The Archbishop of Perth in Western Australia, says the Church is facing huge challenges in reaching young people with the good news, but there are stories of hope springing up among their communities. The Most Revd Kay Goldsworthy, was the first woman to be ordained to the episcopate in Australia in 2008. Now heading up
Churches take to the rooftops in Northern India The Bishop of Amritsar in the Church of North India explains how when churches were closed, the diocese moved their services onto the rooftops of cities and villages to continue worshipping and sharing the gospel in the Covid-19 era. Bishop Pradeep Samantaroy, who likes to be known
The newly appointed Archbishop of Alexandria and Bishop of the Diocese of Egypt says one of the secrets of growing churches in a multi faith context is through education and making the church open and welcome for all. The Most Revd Samy Fawzy, who was inaugurated into his new role at All Saints’ Cathedral in
The Bishop of Montreal in Canada says the pandemic has shown the church new ways of working and opened people’s eyes to those in need right outside their doors. The Rt Revd Mary Gibson has been the Bishop of the Diocese of Montreal for six years, after being ordained as a deacon in the diocese