NEWS - Hundreds of thousands of Christians worldwide will be gearing up to take part in the sixth Thy Kingdom Come– a global ecumenical prayer movement for evangelisation, occurring annually from Ascension to Pentecost (13th – 23rd May this year).
NEWS - The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, joined with local people, civic representatives and families descended from those involved in the Peckfield Colliery disaster of 1896 at a service to commemorate its 125th anniversary, at St Mary’s Church, Micklefield, on the evening of Friday 30th April 2021.
COMMENT - The Archbishop gave his inaugural lecture at York St John University exploring the theme of 'Learning what enough looks like. How Christian and faith traditions might speak to the big ecological and economic challenges of our time.' His speech follows in full
COMMENT - The Archbishop's presidential address to the Church of England General Synod on response to Panorama and launch of the Anti-Racism Task Force
NEWS - The Missional Youth Church Network today announces the appointment of Angela Brymer and the Revd Ruthi Gibbons as joint Strategic Leads
NEWS - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued a statement in response to the Anti Racism Taskforce Report published today
Archbishop of York to Install Eight New Canons as Members of York Minster’s College of Canons – Sunday 25 April
NEWS - Eight new Honorary Canons will be collated, admitted and installed as members of the College of Canons of York Minster on Sunday 25th April.
NEWS - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have today announced a new commission aimed at developing a radical and inspiring vision, drawing on Christian theology and tradition, that reimagines care and support. The Commission will set out proposals to achieve this vision.
NEWS - Archbishops Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell have announced the Rt Revd Dr Emma Ineson as the new Bishop to the Archbishops of Canterbury and York. Currently Bishop of Penrith, Dr Ineson will take up the position from 1st June 2021.
NEWS - The ten chapters of the Archbishop of York’s book, ‘Prayer – where to start and how to keep going’ will form the structure of BBC Radio 4’s Daily Services for two weeks starting today, Monday 19 April. The Archbishop will lead the daily service this morning and will round up the series on Friday 30 April.