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The Archbishop's reconciliation ministry

Blessed are the peacemakers

In a world plagued by conflict and division, the Church has a crucial role to play as a community of peacemakers. Jesus calls every one of us to love God, our neighbours, ourselves – and our enemies. It’s a challenging command, with nobody left out. We’re all given the message and task of reconciliation.
Justin Welby preaching in South Sudan in 2017

Why we need reconciliation

A message from Archbishop Justin on why reconciliation is the greatest need in our world today. 

Radical peacemakers

The Reconciling Leaders Network is lifting up a new generation of peacemakers. 

The Cross of Nails in the ruins of Coventry Cathedral

Father forgive

The Cross of Nails is a symbol of hope and friendship in the aftermath of conflict. 

Watch the Archbishop's adviser for reconciliation, Canon Sarah Snyder, talking about why every Christian is called to work for reconciliation: 


"Christ calls us to be peacemakers who cross the borders and barriers that divide us – radical in our generosity and welcome."

Archbishop Justin Welby

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