Phase 3 - taking the lambeth calls forward and involving the communion

Anglican Identity

The Lambeth Call on the Anglican Identity is open to all.

Over the next few months, we'll gather together resources and discussions dedicated to exploring key themes, such as what it means to be an Anglican, how Anglicans use scripture what it means to be in communion through mission.

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Use these Bible Study materials and resources to discuss the Lambeth Call and take it forward in your setting.

Unless stated otherwise, these resources are available in the following languages: English, Français,  Español, Português, မြန်မာဘာသာ, 日本語で, 한국어로, Kiswahili.

Anglican Voices:

Reflections on what does it mean to be Anglican in 2023/24?

The diversity of language and culture of the Anglican Communion

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“The struggle towards unity is always worth the effort” – Bishop Guli Francis-Dehqani on Being Anglican

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Webinar Guest Profile – Tariro Matsveru

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Being Anglican: The Lambeth Calls encourage exchanges between Anglican communities worldwide. How the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough are exploring the Lambeth Calls.

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Women are the heart, hands, and feet of the Anglican Communion: Sheran Harper on how the ministry of women around the world strengthens the Anglican Communion

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“Companion Links Foster a Deep Appreciation of our Diversity”

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Adding our voices to the Lambeth Calls – How Anglican schools and young people in Western Australia are exploring the Lambeth Calls

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A Reflection on Communion Life by the Archbishop of Capetown

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Communion and Contestation Robert S. Heaney shares a thought on finding God and each other amidst disagreement.

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Hospitality should be our Christian distinctive: The Secretary General on Communion Life

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Anglican Identity set to be the next theme in Lambeth Call discussion series

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Share Your Story – A Message from Bishop Jo

At each phase of the Journey, you are invited to share what the Lambeth Call looks like for you in your context.

You might choose to share a prayer, a photo, a short testimony or story, information about one of your projects.

Bishop Jo Bailey Wells, Bishop for Episcopal Ministry in the Anglican Communion.

open to all:
the Phase 3 webinars