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I’m delighted and privileged to be christening Prince Louis later today – a precious child made in God’s image, just as we all are. Please join me in praying for him and his family on this special day. “You are my beloved” (Mark 1:11)
It was a pleasure to be on the BBC Ouch podcast with my daughters, talking about disability, mental health and what the Church can do to welcome, include and involve everyone. You can listen to the conversation here:
Archbishop of Canterbury shared The Church of England's post.
It was a great joy to consecrate the new Bishops of Bristol, Bradwell and Tonbridge today! Bishops Vivienne, John and Simon – may God bless you, Jesus walk with you, and the Spirit inspire you. Our prayers are with you and all you are called to serve.
Great time this morning recording the BBC Ouch podcast with my wonderful daughters Ellie and Katharine, talking about the Church and disability. Fantastic other guests and production team too. Recording out this week!
Every follower of Christ has witnessed the abundant love that God has for them - and every one of us is sent in the power of the Holy Spirit to live lives and speak words that tell of that.
"As you discover more about community, you discover yourself in relation to other people." Take a look behind the scenes of The Community of St Anselm here at Lambeth Palace:
I'm so grateful and full of admiration for the 28 young Christians from around the world who were part of The Community of St Anselm this year. Go with our prayers - go and be Jesus to the world! https://bit.ly/2tCehYG
Archbishop of Canterbury shared Anglican Communion's video.
Archbishop of Canterbury shared Anglican Communion's video.
On 22 June 1948, a ship called the Empire Windrush arrived in Tilbury Docks near London, carrying hundreds of passengers from the Caribbean. At Westminster Abbey on Friday, we celebrated 70 years since the “Windrush generation” began arriving in Bri...
John the Baptist gave his life to preparing the way for Jesus. As we remember him today, let’s turn our gaze and prayers towards those precious people we know who – quietly, sacrificially and selflessly – call us to see the reality of God’s love and ju...
What is your prayer for this new day? Add yours in the comments - and let us all know where you are in the world.
Beautiful send-off service for year 3 of The Community of St Anselm today. Brothers and sisters, go in faith! Go and live your lives in the strength of Him who makes you alive!
Nothing transforms us – or the world around us – more than prayer.
As our Anglican brothers and sisters are meeting in Jerusalem this week for the Gafcon 2018 conference, I am holding them in my prayers. The Anglican Communion is a global family of tens of millions of people, living out our faith in over 165 countries...
Today is World Refugee Day – this year there are more people in the world who have been forced to flee their homes than ever before. My heart continues to break for over 68 million men, women and children who have risked their lives to escape conflic...
Archbishop of the Congo Masimango Katanda looks ahead to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 and reflects on the importance of the Anglican Communion:
The church is the community Jesus gives us – where everyone belongs. Here’s a wonderful story about how Margaret Extance, a volunteer at Christ Church Bayston Hill, set up a coffee morning to help those who are lonely find friends. #FaithInAction
To all our Muslim friends and neighbours, I wish you a blessed Eid al-Fitr!