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The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

Praying with thanks in our hearts is how we respond to the love of God. It’s about turning our hearts to the source of light and hope and saying thank you! Thank you that I am loved. Perhaps thank you for good things that have happened in life. Perhaps, …
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

If we’re honest, we know that in our lives we mess up, we go wrong, we fall short of our own standards – let alone of God’s. And when that mounts up in our lives we end up feeling isolated, guilty and ashamed. Saying sorry is a really important way of ke…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

When you read the Bible, you see that whenever people meet God, they are filled with wonder. There’s often fear too, but there is wonder. Wonder is the emotion we feel when we’re overwhelmed by God’s love for us in Jesus Christ. How we do step into this …
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

We can often think about prayer as a shopping list – going to God and asking him to do this, this and this. But prayer is so much more than that – it’s a relationship! It’s about opening our hearts to allow God to fill our lives with his presence, his wi…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

How do we pray when our lives – or the world – has gone wrong? So much prayer that we find in the Bible – particularly in the Psalms – is lament, sorrow, rage and protest.It’s a normal way of praying for Jesus as well. He protests about injustice and cru…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury hosted a garden party at Lambeth Palace yesterday to celebrate 25 years of women ministering as priests in the Church of England.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury hosted a garden party at Lambeth Palace yesterday to celebrate 25 years of women ministering as priests in the Church of England.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury hosted a garden party at Lambeth Palace yesterday to celebrate 25 years of women ministering as priests in the Church of England.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury hosted a garden party at Lambeth Palace yesterday to celebrate 25 years of women ministering as priests in the Church of England.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, reflects on the retreat at the Vatican for political and Christian leaders from South Sudan led by Archbishop Justin and Pope Francis on 10-11 April 2019.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Emerging Peacemakers Forum brought together 50 young Christians and Muslims from around the world to learn about peace, reconciliation and leadership - exploring what makes our faiths unique and different while working side by side to address conflic…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury hosted the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar to discuss how religious leaders can help faith communities address conflict and help their societies to thrive, 16 - 18 July 2018. They were joined by 50 young Christians and Muslims from ar…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop Justin Welby and Miroslav Volf in conversation on the launch of the Archbishop's book"Reimagining Britain: Foundations for Hope", Lambeth Palace, 15 March 2018.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby describes the monastic-inspired community he launched at Lambeth Palace in 2015.
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

Do you want to spend a year in God’s time? The Community of St Anselm gathers young Christians from the London area and around the world for a year-long immersion in prayer, study and serving the poorest in society. Most importantly it's about putting Je…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

Joining the Community of St Anselm is about being transformed– and discovering how Jesus is calling you to help transform the world. If you're in your 20s or early 30s in London or the South East, find out ore and apply: www.stanselm.org.uk
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

Silence helped Ludo connect with God and discover his calling. The Community of St Anselm gathers young Christians from around the world for a year-long immersion in prayer, study and serving the poorest in society. Most importantly it's about putting Je…
The Archbishop of Canterbury

The Archbishop of Canterbury

As Grace puts it, walking with others makes us stronger.The Community of St Anselm gathers young Christians from across London and around the world for a year-long immersion in prayer, study and serving the poorest in society. Drawing on the riches of an…