‘Nothing can stop us all being in prayer’: Thy Kingdom Come 2020 resources include prayers for people practicing social distancing

By Tali Folkins   For the fifth year in a row, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is inviting the world’s Christians to pray, from Ascension to Pentecost, that others may come to know Jesus. This time, however, Welby’s call for global prayer, Thy Kingdom Come, includes suggestions for prayer at home and online gatherings as … Continue reading “‘Nothing can stop us all being in prayer’: Thy Kingdom Come 2020 resources include prayers for people practicing social distancing”

Applications now open for Integrated membership of the Community of St Anselm

Pray. Study. Serve. Be Transformed Each year young professionals commit to a shared journey of prayer, study and service designed to equip them to follow Christ in the busyness of daily life. Apply now to take part in our 10 month programme.  Start your adventure into the unexpected… Apply now or find out more ______________________________________________________________ … Continue reading “Applications now open for Integrated membership of the Community of St Anselm”

The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification

By Israel Fouché 12 April 2019  A former member of the Community of St Anselm at Lambeth Palace, Israel Fouché, considers the recent international and ecumenical consultation on the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. Between 26 to 28 March, representatives of five world communions “drawn by a common urgency to present the message … Continue reading “The Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification”

Lambeth Awards honour “extraordinary contributions to the Church and wider society”

Posted on: April 5, 2019  The recipients of the 2019 Lambeth Awards with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. Photo Credit: Lambeth Palace The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has honoured 27 people, including peacemakers, nuns, academics and gardeners in the 2019 Lambeth Awards. Archbishop Justin launched the non-academic awards in 2016, and each year … Continue reading “Lambeth Awards honour “extraordinary contributions to the Church and wider society””

How common is Common Worship?

By Emma Ash 25 January 2019  A member of The Community of St Anselm, Emma Ash, a youth worker, theologian, and a trustee of the Church of England’s National Estate Churches Network, reflects on the complexities of Common Worship, the C of E’s successor to the Book of Common Prayer. A few months ago, I … Continue reading “How common is Common Worship?”