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Archbishop of Canterbury
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CommunityofStAnselm 16h
There's still time to apply to our integrated (non-resident) programme, starting in September. You can keep your job, home, church and friends whilst also spending a Year in God's Time, focusing on community, prayer, service and study.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 17
Replying to @JustinWelby
From 2020, refugees resettled through will be in addition to the government’s commitment. I urge faith leaders and communities to make the most of this opportunity to change the lives of more refugees, and transform communities in the process.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 17
Replying to @JustinWelby
I'm delighted that the government recognises the value of communities welcoming refugees through – a scheme I'm privileged to have been involved with.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 17
The resettlement of thousands of the world’s most vulnerable refugees over the past four years is something the UK can be proud of. I'm pleased that the government intends to continue this life-saving programme.
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Rob Wickham Jun 16
God is clearly doing something wonderful 40 people baptised /confirmed received into this morning. Then 2 further people off to vicar school in September and a further person being ordained as a priest next weekend. Fabulous.
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Lambeth Palace Jun 14
People from over twenty countries around the world came together to ask how we can make a difference on global . Thank you to our expert contributors including
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Lambeth Palace Jun 14
Today we hosted a roundtable on oceans and at , bringing together those working at global and local levels to address this growing crisis.
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World Prayer Centre Jun 14
Exclusive Footage from Trafalgar Square Prayer Event powerful time of prayer for our nation, We are so blessed in the 🇬🇧 by your prayer ministry 🙏 Thank you to and for this amazing video ✝️
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 13
Replying to @JustinWelby
The Kingdom of God is a place for all people, of all languages and backgrounds. Our worship is enriched through our different languages and cultures, all reflecting the image of our creator. I hope and pray we learn to continue to embrace this gift of diversity in our churches.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 13
Replying to @JustinWelby
India has a distinguished Christian history, going back to as early as the first century when Saint Thomas is said to have travelled to . I’m delighted that I’ll be travelling to later this year to spend time listening to and praying with local Christians.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 13
Replying to @churchofengland
We are blessed in the to have such a rich cultural diversity, with many Christians from Indian backgrounds leading and attending worship in parishes up and down the country.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 13
Today I had the privilege of hosting a group of Indian heritage Christians from across the UK at for the Eucharist and lunch.
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 13
Delighted to see news of the election of Metropolitan Nikitas as Archbishop of Thyateira and Great Britain. Praying for him in this new challenge and for Archbishop Gregorios as he lays down his responsibility. Axios!
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 11
Pleased to welcome Archbishop Janis Vanags from Latvia to Lambeth Palace today. The Churches of England and Latvia have been in partnership since 1938, across many difficult years in Europe. Praying for the mission and ministry of the Church in Northern Europe today
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 11
It is wonderful to welcome Alastair Bateman, the new CEO of to Lambeth Palace today. Please join me in praying for him!
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 10
Yesterday we turned Trafalgar Square into ! Thank you to the thousands who joined us to praise God and pray for people to know they are loved and called by Jesus Christ. photo credit @rodycloudphotography
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Archbishop of Canterbury Jun 10
Wonderful to host the design group meeting at last week – and very encouraging to hear about the preparations for the conference, as we discern how the Spirit is calling us to be God’s church for God’s world.
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Thy Kingdom Come Jun 9
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Barry Hill Jun 9
Archbishop encourages Christians to have confidence in offering the healing & hope Jesus Christ to the world - and them offers to personally pray with any who would like to know Jesus now!
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CommunityofStAnselm Jun 9
Feels like a momentous occasion, praying ‘Come Holy Spirit’ with thousands of people across the world, across denominations, spurred on by an encouragement from the Pope.
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