The Archbishops of Canterbury and Sudan, Justin Welby and Ezekiel Kondo, interviewed after Archbishop Ezekiel was enthroned as the first Primate of the new Anglican Province of Sudan at All Saints Cathedral, Khartoum.
This weekend, on ‘Sea Sunday,’ the Mission to Seafarers (MtS) is asking Anglican churches to celebrate the contribution seafarers make to our everyday lives. ‘Sea Sunday’ provides congregations the opportunity to recognise and thank these seafarers for all they do, especially as many work under extremely difficult and dangerous circumstances.
Local Bishop, Graham Tomlin, says it’s crucial the clergy are visible: “It’s important to open the doors of our churches and of our hearts and to offer whatever help we can.”
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is inviting Christians around the world to pray as one for people to know Jesus Christ.
The aim of the wave of prayer running from Ascension to Pentecost (25 May to 4 June 2017) is to unite Christian churches in a focused time of prayer for more people to come to know Jesus Christ and for the Holy Spirit to give them confidence in being witnesses about their faith.
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