Lambeth Conference 2020: Over 500 bishops in 39 Anglican Communion Churches register

Posted on: April 12, 2019  Bishops in Canterbury Cathedral during the 2008 Lambeth Conference Photo Credit: ACNS / Tumilty Organisers of next year’s Lambeth Conference of Anglican bishops have announced that 502 bishops and 382 spouses have so far registered for the decennial event, with the numbers rising each day. Registrations to date come from … Continue reading “Lambeth Conference 2020: Over 500 bishops in 39 Anglican Communion Churches register”

The man on a mission to make the Lambeth Conference happen

Posted on: April 11, 2019 Doing the Lambeth Walk: Phil George, Chief Executive of the Lambeth Conference Company Photo Credit: ACNS In this feature, first published in the April 2018 edition of Anglican World, Adrian Butcher meets Phil George, Chief Executive Officer of the Lambeth Conference Company to learn more about the man charged with … Continue reading “The man on a mission to make the Lambeth Conference happen”

Archbishop of Canterbury calls an Anglican Primates’ Meeting in Jordan in January 2020

  Posted on: February 20, 2019 Anglican Communion leaders during the October 2017 Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury Cathedral. The next full Primates’ Meeting will take place in the Jordanian capital Amman in January 2020. Photo Credit: ACNS   [Anglican Communion News Service]  The Archbishop of Canterbury has written to the leaders of the 40 autonomous … Continue reading “Archbishop of Canterbury calls an Anglican Primates’ Meeting in Jordan in January 2020”

Anglican leaders conclude regional primates’ meeting with hope

By Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS) November 29, 2018 Anglican primates from the Americas and the Caribbean have concluded their regional meeting today (Thursday) with a commitment to continue meeting regularly and working together in the coming years. The three-day meeting, at the convent of the Sisterhood of St John the Divine in Toronto, was characterized … Continue reading “Anglican leaders conclude regional primates’ meeting with hope”

Primate calls for church to show ‘humble humanity,’ practice ‘good disagreement’ in marriage canon discussions

By Joelle Kidd November 23, 2018 Mississauga, Ont. The church should embrace a “humble humanity” and a “way of living together that is more respectful of our dignity as children of God,” Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, said Friday in a report to Council of General Synod (CoGS). The primate, … Continue reading “Primate calls for church to show ‘humble humanity,’ practice ‘good disagreement’ in marriage canon discussions”