2016 news archive
Read the Archbishop of Canterbury's on the vision for CofE schools in this week's TES.
Archbishop Justin Welby joined Pope Francis and Patriarch Bartholomew in the ecumenical prayer and concluding ceremony of the World Day for Peace in Assisi today, along with the representatives from various religions.
Churches across England and around the Anglican Communion are uniting around the second year of Thy Kingdom Come, the call by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York for Christians to pray in the run-up to Pentecost for more people to know Jesus Christ.
At the request of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Albert Chama has written to the UN Secretary General ahead of the UN summit on refugees and migrants today.
The former head of state of Nigeria visited the Archbishop at Lambeth Palace during his visit to London.
Archbishop Justin Welby has welcomed the Government's competition to design a UK Holocaust memorial next to Parliament.
This year the Pentecost initiative Thy Kingdom Come brought thousands together in prayer across the country for people to know Jesus Christ. Next year it's going global, writes the Archbishop in the Church Times.
The Archbishop of Canterbury said Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen’s commitment to Jewish-Christian dialogue was a blessing that will live on.
Message from the Archbishop of Canterbury on the occasion of the commemoration of 25 years since the signing of the Meissen Agreement.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has expressed his sadness at the death of the Rt Revd David Jenkins, the former Bishop of Durham.