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Vestment of murdered Archbishop Thomas Becket returns to Canterbury Cathedral

Robes thought to have been worn by “troublesome priest” Thomas Becket when he was murdered in Canterbury Cathedral are set to return for 850th anniversary.

10 March 2020

Official Lambeth Conference biblical resources launched for featured epistle, 1 Peter

An official commentary on 1 Peter – the biblical epistle that will be studied by bishops at the Lambeth Conference, has been published, alongside a series of video guides.

25 February 2020

Anglican Communion called to repent as primates affirm commitment to walk together

A Task Group established at the request of the primates in 2016 has produced prayers of repentance for the fifth Sunday of Lent (29 March 2020).

20 January 2020

A look ahead at 2020 for the Anglican Communion Office

A short summary of the plans for 2020 from the Anglican Communion Office, including the Lambeth Conference in Canterbury this summer.

07 January 2020

Theological educators plan pre-Lambeth Conference episcopal consultations

Bishops attending next year’s Lambeth Conference, will be able to attend two separate consultations on the future of theological education.

20 December 2019

A big Anglican welcome planned for Lambeth Conference delegates

Anglican Parishes and dioceses across England, Wales and Scotland are gearing up to welcome more than 1,000 Anglican bishops

12 December 2019

Alarm after Philippine government links churches with communist terror groups

Episcopal Church bishops in the Philippines have criticised their government for naming the National Council of Churches in the Philippines

13 November 2019

Archbishop Welby expresses vision for Anglican Communion at East Asian Anglican meeting

Anglicans from provinces in East Asia today heard Archbishop Welby give a powerful vision for the ministry of the Anglican Communion.

04 October 2019

New Archbishop for the Anglican church in South East Asia is elected

An indigenous bishop, Bishop Melter J. Tais, from Sabah in Malaysia has been elected as the next Archbishop of South East Asia.

26 September 2019

Westminster Abbey to host seminars in run up to Lambeth Conference

International Anglican speakers will gather in Westminster Abbey in London over the coming months to help lead a series of seminars.

06 September 2019