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29 May 2022

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Archbishop of Canterbury issues call to prayer for the fifteenth Lambeth Conference

Archbishop of Canterbury issues call to prayer for the fifteenth Lambeth Conference

The Archbishop of Canterbury has issued a call for people to pray for the Lambeth Conference and set aside a dedicated day of prayer. 

Europe & Middle East

Global Anglican leaders call for withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine

The Archbishop of Canterbury (in the middle) is flanked on the left (looking at the photo) by Archbishop Albert Chama, Bishop of Northern Zambia and Primate of the Church of the Province of Central Africa – the longest serving Anglican Primate; and on the right (looking at the photo) by Archbishop Archbishop Ande Titre Georges, Archbishop of Congo and Primate of Le Province de L'Eglise Anglicane Du Congo – the newest Anglican Primate

Leaders of Anglican Churches around the world call for “an immediate ceasefire and the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine.”

Europe & Middle East

Anglican Bishop in Europe condemns “unjustified and aggressive” war in Ukraine

St Andrew's Church, Kyiv

Anglican Bishop in Europe, Robert Innes, has condemned the “completely unjustified and aggressive war” in Ukraine following its invasion.

Europe & Middle East

Anglican Communion consulted on greater voice in choice of future Archbishops of Canterbury

Lambeth Palace

The Archbishops’ Council considers a proposal to change the make-up of the body which nominates future Archbishops of Canterbury.

Other News

UN women’s summit recognises role of faith-based communities in climate justice

Abdulla Shahid (at podium), President of the seventy-sixth session of the United Nations General Assembly, addresses the opening of the sixty-sixth session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). Seated at dais are, from left to right: Secretary-General António Guterres; Mathu Joyini, Permanent Representative of South Africa and Chair of the Sixty-sixth Session of the CSW; and Movses Abelian, Under-Secretary-General for General Assembly and Conference Management (DGACM).

The role of faith-based communities in achieving gender equality in the context of climate justice is recognised at the United Nations.