Live Stream Programme

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Take a look at the scheduled programming below: 

Friday 29 July - Day 3

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Keynote Address: The Archbishop of Canterbury

19.45 - 20.45 

What does it mean for the Church to be good news today? The Archbishop of Canterbury addresses the conference on the contemporary challenges and themes of our world in the context of theology and mission.

Saturday 30 July - Day 4

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Bible Exposition: Called into hope & holiness in Christ - 1 Peter 1.1-25

09.00 - 10.15

This exposition focuses on why 1 Peter speaks to the Anglican Communion now. Introducing themes of hope, suffering, despair, joy, holiness, and exile, we explore how the power of Christ overcomes all that seeks to alienate and fragment. Our identity in Christ, who chooses and sanctifies his people, is our common identity as God’s Church in God’s world.

Plenary: Mission & Evangelism

11.30 - 12.45

This plenary explores how God’s love for us in Christ Jesus calls us, renews us, compels us and sends us - this commitment unites us and turns us towards the world for which Christ died.

Sunday 31 July - Day 5

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Opening Service

9.00 - 13.15

Tune in to watch the official opening service of the 15th Lambeth Conference, at Canterbury Cathedral.

Plenary: Safe Church

14.15 - 16.00

How can we build churches that safeguard everyone? This plenary looks at the importance of both preventing and responding to abuse in the church, and shares how you can create a culture of safety in the churches of the Anglican Communion.

Monday 1 August - Day 6

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Bible Exposition: A holy people following Christ - 1 Peter 2:1-12

9.00 - 10.15

This exposition engages 1 Peter’s use of the word ‘holy’ to describe God and God’s people. In 1 Peter 2, God’s people are given the identity of holy, chosen, and ‘God’s own people’.

Plenary: Life of the Communion

11.30 - 13.15

Present in over 165 countries, the Anglican Communion is a global family of Churches. Representing a wide range of Christian traditions, cultures and languages. This plenary explores what it means for us to walk, listen and witness together.

Tuesday 2 August - Day 7

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Bible Exposition: Resistance and Resilience - 1 Peter 2.13-3.22

9.00 - 10.15

This session engages with the dynamics of power in 1 Peter. This exposition focuses on how we testify to hope and remain faithful to Christ when we live in a world that we don’t control.

Plenary: Reconciliation

11.30 - 13.15

Ministering in a complex world is challenging. We see this increasingly in our relationships, our communities and our nations. This plenary looks at how we can follow the model of Jesus and lead in a way that crosses divides, navigates disagreement and points to God’s gift of reconciliation for the world.

Thursday 4 August - Day 9

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Bible Exposition: Suffering in Christ - 1 Peter 4.1-19

9.00 - 10.15

This exposition explores how we, as God’s Church, can use our gifts to alleviate suffering. 1 Peter directs God’s Church to the ‘other’ or the ‘stranger’, using God’s gifts to serve them and to seek the common good.

Plenary: Christian Unity

11.30 - 13.15

The Anglican Communion is committed to this unity through ecumenical dialogue with other churches. In this plenary, the panel will share how together, the global church can influence issues facing our world today.

Plenary: Inter Faith

14.15 - 16.00

This plenary explores how can we participate more fully in the mission of God through our engagement with other religious traditions.

Friday 5 August - Day 10

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Bible Exposition: Authority in Christ - 1 Peter 5:1-14

9.00 - 10.15

How does a leader set examples for their flock and build them up as Christ’s disciples? This exposition examines the call of leaders in God’s Church.

Plenary: Discipleship

11.30 - 13.15

This plenary will help us to understand what aspects of discipleship look like in the Anglican Communion today. It will consider how we can learn from one another, and be intentional about Jesus-shaped witness, that draws others into the love and fellowship of Christ. The session will focus on resourcing bishops as discipleship leaders.

Keynote Address 2: The Archbishop of Canterbury

16.00 - 17.45

How do we engage with our culture without being consumed by it? The Archbishop of Canterbury addresses the conference on what it means to share the hope of the gospel in a challenging world.

Saturday 6 August - Day 11

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Plenary: The Decade Ahead

11.30 - 13.15

What are the opportunities and challenges facing the Anglican Communion in the decade ahead? This session will explore what we can do to be ‘God’s Church for God’s World’.

Sunday 7 August - Day 12

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Keynote Address 3: The Archbishop of Canterbury

09:00 - 13.15

The Archbishop of Canterbury addresses the conference on the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission (Tell, Teach, Tend, Transform and Treasure). Looking to the decade ahead, how can we encourage our churches and communities to carry out the five marks of mission in their contexts?

Closing Service

15.45 - 17.45

Join us for the closing service of the Lambeth Conference at Canterbury Cathedral. An order of service will be available at the Cathedral in the various conference languages.