Religious belief and practice have immense contributions to make to the common good, and this potential is heightened when communities of faith understand each other and work together on inter religious relations or dialogue.
The Archbishop of Canterbury leads a process of engagement within a religiously plural English society, as well as with those parts of the world where religious plurality has been normal for centuries. Archbishop Justin Welby has long experience of inter-faith dialogue and conflict resolution work, particularly in Africa and the Middle East.
Both the Church of England and the churches of the global Anglican Communion are increasingly engaging with people and communities of other religions around them, and in ways that are consistent with the Church's understanding of its gospel-based mission and ministry.
Archbishop to visit Egypt and the Holy Land
21 June 2013
In his first official visit to the region, Archbishop Justin will meet with fellow Anglican bishops and…
Diary: Archbishop Justin's visit to Leicester
24 May 2013
The Archbishop of Canterbury spent today in Leicester meeting with Christians from Germany and leaders…
Archbishop's statement on the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby
24 May 2013
Archbishop Justin said today that "all our prayers and mine" are with the family of Lee Rigby, the British…
Archbishop to be patron of Christian Muslim Forum
12 March 2013
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has agreed to take over from Dr Rowan Williams as official…
Archbishop of Canterbury meets with Chief Rabbi
6 February 2013
The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, met with Chief Rabbi Lord Sacks at Lambeth Palace on…