96 results found for '2019'
Archbishops welcome Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Friendly Churches initiative
The new initiative will help churches to improve their welcoming and signposting of members of these communities.
Archbishop of Canterbury relaunches Michael Ramsey Prize for 2023
Nominations are now open for the 2023 Michael Ramsey Prize for Theological Writing
Archbishops’ Commission on Racial Justice releases Second Biannual Report
The Archbishops’ Commission for Racial Justice has released the second of its biannual Racial Justice reports.
Archbishop visits Ashanti King in Ghana and presents St Augustine Cross
The Archbishop visited the Ashanti King in Kusami and presented him with the Cross of St Augustine.
Archbishop Justin preaches at All Saint's Cathedral in South Sudan
At All Saints Anglican Cathedral in Juba, South Sudan this morning, the Archbishop of Canterbury preached on Jonah on the importance of forgiveness.
Archbishop concludes Ecumenical Peace Pilgrimage to South Sudan with Pope and Moderator
The Archbishop of Canterbury concluded his joint visit to South Sudan with the Pope and Church of Scotland Moderator today by saying their ecumenical pilgrimage was “a sign to the world”.
Archbishop urges South Sudan’s leaders to make peace
Addressing a gathering of Authorities, Civil Society and Diplomatic Corps at the Presidential Palace of Juba yesterday, the Archbishop of Canterbury appealed to South Sudan’s leaders to do more to achieve peace.
Archbishop arrives in South Sudan for historic peace pilgrimage
Archbishop arrives in South Sudan for ‘historic’ peace pilgrimage with Pope and Moderator
Archbishop calls for prayer ahead of historic joint visit to South Sudan
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, has urged people to pray for the people of South Sudan ahead of his historic joint visit to the country with the Pope and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
Church Commissioners publishes full report into historic links to transatlantic chattel slavery and announces new funding commitment of £100m in response to findings
The report follows an interim announcement in June 2022, which reported for the first time, and with great dismay, that the Church Commissioners’ endowment had historic links to transatlantic chattel slavery*