2019 news archive

  1. Justin Welby at the World Council of Churches in Geneva

    The Archbishop of Canterbury’s 2019 Ecumenical Easter Letter


    Read the Archbishop's Easter letter to churches around the world. 

    3 min read
  2. Way of the Cross from Latin America

    The Way of the Cross

    Archbishop Justin Welby gives a Holy Week reflection on following Jesus on the Way of the Cross. 

  3. Anglicans and Catholics make joint submission to Foreign Office review on persecuted Christians


    The submission was accompanied by a joint letter from the Archbishops of Canterbury and Westminster. 

    1 min read
  4. Reconciliation taster video

    Churches invited to pioneer Archbishop's reconciliation course


    Churches are being offered the chance to pilot the Archbishop's new reconciliation course. 

    1 min read
  5. Justin Welby at the Church 012

    Archbishop of Canterbury's statement on the Jalianwala Bagh Massacre centenary


    Archbishop Justin Welby's statement on the centenary of Jalianwala Bagh Massacre in Amritsar. 

    1 min read
  6. ABC Pope

    Video: Archbishop of Canterbury reflects on Vatican retreat with South Sudan leaders


    The Archbishop reflects on the retreat at the Vatican for political and Christian leaders from South Sudan which he led with Pope Francis. 


    1 min read
  7. Justin Welby at the Church 012

    Archbishop of Canterbury's statement on 25th anniversary of Rwanda genocide


    In a statement today, the Archbishop said "we stand at the foot of the cross" with the people of Rwanda. 

    1 min read
  8. Archbishop of Canterbury to visit China


    The Archbishop will make his second visit to China from 24 to 26 April 2019. 

    2 min read
  9. Justin Welby on housing estate in Lambeth

    Archbishop Justin Welby: Britain's housing crisis is a major challenge


    Building homes is important but it’s not enough - we need to build communities, writes Archbishop Justin Welby. 

    3 min read
  10. Lambeth Awards 2019 group

    Archbishop of Canterbury presents 2019 Lambeth Awards


    Twenty-seven people who have made an extraordinary contribution to the Church and society were recognised by the Archbishop at Lambeth Palace today.

    5 min read