The Archbishop of Canterbury's Easter sermon preached during the 8.10am service of Holy Communion at Canterbury Cathedral, and broadcast on Radio 4 on 9th April 2023.6 min read
In the third and final of his three Holy Week lectures held at Canterbury Cathedral, Archbishop Justin reflects on surrendering our lives to God.15 min read
In his second Holy Week lecture at Canterbury Cathedral, Archbishop Justin reflected on the agony of Christ in Gethsemane and how we can follow His example to have faith in and submit to the will of God.14 min read
Read Archbishop Justin Welby's Easter letter to partners and heads of churches around the world.
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In the first of his three Holy Week lectures at Canterbury Cathedral on Monday, Archbishop Jusitn reflected on the optimism of the crowds on Palm Sunday, and how optimism based on our own understanding falls short of the eternal hope provided by God. Read an abridged version of the talk below.11 min read
A Pastoral Letter from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York regarding the Coronation weekend4 min read
Lambeth Palace has appointed a Kenyan priest as Advisor for Anglican Communion Affairs. The Very Revd Canon Dr Sammy Wainaina, who is currently Provost of All Saints’ Cathedral in Nairobi, Kenya, will take up the post in May.2 min read
Archbishop Justin reflects on his first meeting with the Pope on the 10th anniversary of the papal inauguration of Pope Francis.2 min read
The Archbishop of Canterbury has concluded a visit to Eastern Europe where he met with religious leaders and communities in the region. The Archbishop spent time in worship, prayer and conversation with Anglican clergy and congregations as well as with religious leaders and communities in the region, strengthening ecumenical friendships across faiths.3 min read
The Archbishop of Canterbury has been listening and spending time with Ukrainian refugees who are being supported by the UNHCR Refugee Community Support Centre in Romania.3 min read
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