Read the Archbishop's presidential address to the Church of England General Synod this afternoon.
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The Difference Course
Difference is a course for you to run that explores following Jesus in a complex and divided world, seeing transformation through everyday encounters.
Archbishop Justin’s Remarks at the Families and Households Commission Report Launch Event
Archbishop Justin’s remarks at the Families and Households Commission report launch event.
Lambeth Palace Publishes Liturgy for the Coronation of King Charles III
Lambeth Palace has published the Authorised Liturgy for the Coronation of King Charles III, commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Archbishops' Commission on Families and Households Releases New Report
'Love Matters', the new report from the Archbishops' Families and Households Commission makes a series of recommendations about how families and households can best flourish
Online launch of Thy Kingdom Come
Online launch event for the 8th annual Thy Kingdom Come global prayer movement to take place at the end of February.
Archbishop Justin's speech at the Reimagining Care Commission Launch Event
Archbishop Justin spoke at the Reimagining Care Commission Report Launch. The Archbishops of Canterbury and York commissioned the report which sets out a radical and inspiring vision for England’s social care system.
Care and Support Reimagined: A National Care Covenant for England
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have commissioned a report which sets out a radical and inspiring vision for England’s social care system. The Commission spent the last year and half speaking to people who get care and support, those who give it as well as academics, policy makers and politicians.
‘Caring goes to the heart of what is human’ says the Archbishop of Canterbury in his New Year Message
Caring’s not easy, and care homes are struggling. Caring goes to the heart of what it means to be human. It’s hard, but it can also be the most life-giving thing we ever do. It comes back to that essential lesson: that we need each other. This year in my New Year message I had the privilege of visiting a Care Home, Bradbury Grange in Whitstable where I met residents and carers.
Archbishop of Canterbury’s speech in Lords debate on UK asylum policy
House of Lords 9th December 2022; The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury to move that this House takes note of the principles behind contemporary UK asylum and refugee policy, and of the response to the challenges of forced migration.