The Big Hello – the hospitality programme for the Lambeth Conference celebrates communion connections

  • December 3, 2019

As part of getting ready for the Lambeth Conference in 2020, a new initiative called ‘The Big Hello’ has been launched this week. ‘The Big Hello’ is part of the conference’s large hospitality programme that will see dioceses and churches in England, Wales and Scotland hosting guests for up to a week in advance of […]

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The Lambeth Conference Design Group have launched a prayer journey for the fifteenth Lambeth Conference

  • November 22, 2019

The Lambeth Conference Design Group have launched a prayer journey for the fifteenth Lambeth Conference. The prayer journey was launched with members of the Community of Saint Anselm. The Community of Saint Anselm is an Anglican religious order of young people, devoted to prayer, study and service to the poor. It is based at Lambeth […]

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Sailing to the 1948 Lambeth Conference from South Africa – memories of a nine year’s old journey

  • November 14, 2019

In 1948, nine-year-old Sally Gainsborough sailed with her parents from South Africa, who were attending the Lambeth Conference. Now eighty, she shares her story about her memories of travelling to the eighth Lambeth Conference and what life was like for her parents in the Anglican Communion during the post war era. Moving to South Africa […]

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Building connections through art and creativity – Rebecca Cottrell

  • October 25, 2019

Rebecca Cottrell is a Learning Support Assistant and ceramics artist. She is married to Stephen who is Bishop of Chelmsford. Rebecca will be attending the Lambeth Conference 2020 where using art and creativity will be an important part of the joint programme at the event. Rebecca shares more about the importance of art and creativity […]

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Archbishop Justin Welby expresses his vision for the Anglican Communion during East Asian Anglican meeting

  • October 4, 2019

Anglican Primates, bishops, clergy and laity from provinces in East Asia today heard the Archbishop of Canterbury give a powerful vision for the ministry of the Anglican Communion. Archbishop Justin Welby made the comments during an address at the triennial Full Assembly meeting of the Council of the Church in East Asia (CCEA), which is […]

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A conversation shared – Hopes for the Lambeth Conference and why sharing stories is so important, with Caroline Welby, Jane Poggo and Comfort Idowu-Fearon

  • October 3, 2019

In a recent filmed conversation at Lambeth Palace, Caroline Welby, Comfort Idowu-Fearon and Jane Poggo – all spouses of Archbishops and bishops – shared their reflections about both the opportunities and challenges that some bishops’ spouses experience in the Anglican Communion. They also expressed their hopes that the Lambeth Conference in 2020 will enable people […]

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Eamonn Mullally shares his hopes for the Lambeth Conference

  • October 3, 2019

Eamonn Mullally lives in London, near to St Paul’s Cathedral. His full time vocation sees him working as an IT and Enterprise Architect. Married to Sarah Mullally – the Bishop of London – Eamonn will be attending the 2020 Lambeth Conference and is involved in some of the conference planning. In this interview he shares […]

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A defining moment in our vision and practice for intercultural formation and discipleship – Robert Heaney shares hopes for the Lambeth Conference

  • September 26, 2019

Robert S. Heaney is an Anglican scholar-priest ordained in the Church of Ireland. He has experience serving the church and academy internationally including long and short-term ministry in Asia, Africa, Europe, and North America. Robert Heaney is also one of the members of the Lambeth Conference Design Group – a team advising and shaping the […]

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On International Day of Peace – Remembering the appeal of the 1920 Lambeth Conference

  • September 20, 2019

On the 21st September it’s International Day of Peace – a day that’s observed around the world. Established in 1981 by a unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace. The Lambeth Conference […]

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Climate change to be a central part of conversations at the Lambeth Conference

  • September 13, 2019

In a video for a recent Anglican environmental conference, the Archbishop of Canterbury gave a compelling message about the importance of the Church responding to climate change. In the video, the Archbishop says that climate change will be ‘a central part’ of conversations the Lambeth Conference in 2020. It’s one of numerous topics of global […]

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