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Global Anglican leaders call for withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine

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

01 April 2022

Services to the Anglican Communion acknowledged in 2022 Lambeth Awards

The Archbishop of Canterbury has announced the recipients of the 2022 Lambeth Awards. The awards have been given to 37 recipients.

25 March 2022

Indigenous peoples and youth at heart of Anglican engagement with COP26

Indigenous peoples and youth, as well as climate resilience and just financing, are priorities for the Anglican Communion at COP26.

28 October 2021

Anglican Communion prays for the Catholic community of South Sudan after bishop shot

Anglican Communion leaders react after the Catholic Bishop-Elect of Rumbek, Christian Carlassare, was attacked at the diocesan Offices.

28 April 2021

Revamped Bishop at Lambeth role boosts links between Archbishops of Canterbury and York

Lambeth Conference Working Group Chair, Bishop Emma Ineson, given new role as Bishop to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.

19 April 2021

Services to the Anglican Communion acknowledged in 2021 Lambeth Awards

Archbishops Colin Johnson, Daniel Sarfo and Daniel Deng Bul are are amongst those honoured for their services to the Anglican Communion.

08 April 2021

The Church of England focuses on Anglican Communion for this weekend’s online service

Bishop Anthony Poggo leads a national online service, themed on the Anglican Communion, from the Chapel of Lambeth Palace in London.

13 November 2020

Millions turn in to online services as churches switch to digital services

Clergy around the world have been experimenting with different ways of offering worship online as churches suspend public worship

24 March 2020

Archbishop of Canterbury launches 2020 Thy Kingdom Come global prayer initiative

The global ecumenical prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come will this year take place in more than 90 per cent of countries around the world, church leaders were told last week.

03 March 2020

Pope Francis and Archbishop Justin Welby plan united visit to South Sudan

The first joint visit by a Pope and an Archbishop of Canterbury could take place in South Sudan, the Vatican and Lambeth Palace announced

14 November 2019