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June 23, 2008

The faithful around the Anglican Communion have a unique opportunity for Bible study with their bishops during the upcoming 2008 Lambeth Conference of Bishops. "Signs on the Way" -- focusing on St. John's Gospel and complementing the Bible studies in which the bishops and their spouses will...

June 1, 2008

John Henry Hopkins was bishop of Vermont and presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church when he suggested in 1851 that a gathering of Anglican bishops would be useful, but nothing happened. Fifteen years later, the Canadian Anglican Church suggested the same thing to the archbishop of Canterbury...

October 29, 2007

Delegates to the 102nd annual convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Utah had a full weekend of activities and issues October 26-27.

At the opening Eucharist, they celebrated the New Jamestown Covenant and its rededication to recognition and reconciliation for all indigenous communities...

April 16, 2007

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, considered canceling the 2008 Lambeth Conference of the world's Anglican bishops due to the sexuality debates roiling the church, but decided against it.

"Yes, we've already been considering that and the answer is no. We've been looking...

June 4, 2005

Anglican Communion Environmental Network

At the Lambeth Conference in 1998, the bishops expressed a variety of concerns about the ethical implications of new technologies as well as global environmental problems. In 1999, the Anglican...

September 17, 2004

The Lambeth Conference of 1968 proposed the formation of an Anglican Consultative Council (ACC), the most comprehensive gathering of the Anglican Communion, representing the voice of the inner life of the provinces. It continued the responsibilities previously entrusted to the Lambeth...

February 7, 2004

The Lambeth Conference

The Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops, meeting every ten years under the presidency of the Archbishop of Canterbury. The first was held in 1867. Since 1988 the members of the Anglican Consultative Council have been invited to attend the Conference.

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January 31, 2004

There are an estimated 70 million members of the Anglican/Episcopal family in 38 self-governing Member Churches or Provinces in more than 160 countries. The Anglican Communion has developed in two stages. Following the first stage, which began in the 17th century in Britain, Anglicanism was...

October 22, 2003

My dear brothers in Christ,

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.

I returned home from our meeting at Lambeth grateful for the spirit of candor in which we shared our thoughts and feelings. I thank God for the opportunity to come together in Christ'...

September 1, 1998

Recognizing the importance and urgency of issues of international debt and economic justice, this Conference adopts the following statement:

We see the issues of international debt and economic justice in the light of our belief in creation: God has created a world in which we are bound...

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