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Bishop Hannington Mutebi, assistant Bishop of Kampala, requires urgent chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant treatment. Please consider supporting Archbishop John Sentamu's urgent fundraising effort, and hold Bishop Mutebi in your prayers:
Archbishop of Canterbury shared The Church of England's photo.
In John 17 Jesus prayed for “all Christians to be one, as Jesus and his father are one”. May this prayer, from the heart of God, be our prayer this week and forever more. Amen #WPCU2019
'Let us pray for wisdom, courage, integrity and compassion for political leaders and all our MPs'.
Our hearts go out to those caught up in the Nairobi attack. We pray for victims and for families grieving or waiting for news. We thank God for the security forces. We pray for peace and calm to reign. May all in Kenya know the love and comfort of Jesu...
As followers of Jesus, we have unshakeable hope. This week let’s draw on that hope as we pray for politicians facing momentous decisions – for wisdom, courage and a spirit of reconciliation. Let’s pray too for all those they represent, especially the p...
Today we remember the Baptism of Christ, when God said: “This is my Son, the Beloved, with whom I am well pleased.” Hear those words, because they are offered to you too. In our own baptism, we are called into lives of healing and hope – for ourselves...
Archbishop of Canterbury shared Thy Kingdom Come's photo.
We are always calling for peace: that is the call of the Church. Peace with God, peace with each other, peace in the world.
Archbishop of Canterbury updated their cover photo.
Creator of the heavens, who led the Magi by a star to worship the Christ-child: guide and sustain us, that we may find our journey’s end in Jesus Christ our Lord.
Archbishop of Canterbury shared The Church of England's post.
What's the most important thing I’ve ever done? Become a follower of Jesus. I’m a Christian because Jesus Christ found me and called me, over 40 years ago. I’m a Christian because it makes sense to me, because Jesus rose from the dead - he conquered ...
My New Year Message for 2019: *** Living together is never easy. Families have all sorts of arguments. At this time of year especially, we get together, enjoy company, but sometimes get on each other's nerves. Here at Lambeth Palace, where Archb...
What is the lesson that I hope we learn in 2019? Forgiveness. It’s fine to disagree. It’s fine to disagree passionately and robustly. But when we hate, when we encourage violence, when we insult others – then we have taken the wrong path. But that is...
You might think that monks and nuns are something from history. But that’s not true at all. From traditional cloistered communities to young people taking one-year monastic vows, religious communities are being renewed across the Church – and it’s wond...
For me, Thy Kingdom Come is a highlight of every year. For 11 days between Ascension and Pentecost, we pray together for friends and family to come to know the love of Jesus Christ for themselves. In 2018, people from more than 100 countries and al...
As we come to end of this year, I am full of hope for the Church. I’ve visited churches in many places and have seen the amazing way they are loving and caring for their communities. Whether it's running food banks and night shelters, helping people ...
Looking back at highlights from this year, Bishop Michael Curry preaching the revolutionary love of Jesus Christ to about one sixth of the world’s population is hard to beat.