NEWS - Stephen Cottrell and his wife Rebecca today invited children from the Archbishop of York Junior School, team members from Brunswick Organic Nursery, Jo Ropner, HM Lord-Lieutenant of North Yorkshire and Carole Green, a community champion, to plant trees in the grounds of Bishopthorpe Palace.
NEWS - Read the text of Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Stephen Cottrell's presidential address to General Synod today.
COMMENT - Read the Archbishop’s welcome speech at the inaugural session of the new General Synod, which was attended by HRH The Earl of Wessex who delivered a message on behalf of HM The Queen
FEATURE - The Archbishop has written in today's Yorkshire Post at the start of Living Wage Week. His article follows in full
NEWS - The Archbishop of York has asked the Ven Sam Rushton, Archdeacon of York, to be Interim Diocesan Director for Strategic Transformation for a six-month period of secondment from her regular duties, beginning on 15 November 2021.
NEWS - This Christmas, the Archbishop of York Youth Trust are taking part in The Big Give charity challenge to raise £10,000 for Young Leaders across the north of England.
COMMENT - Archbishop Stephen honours and remembers all victims of domestic abuse, marking White Ribbon Sunday, at Hexham Abbey and Durham Cathedral
NEWS - Archbishop Stephen Cottrell has written a poem entitled 'Enough' reflecting on COP26 this week. He records this poem outside Iona Abbey, praying for peace in our world and that we may find a way of living more sustainably in the world.
NEWS - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have paid tribute to the service of Caroline Boddington, who has announced today she will be leaving the National Church Institutions (NCIs) at the end of 2021 after 17 years as the Archbishops’ Secretary for Appointments and Development.
Archbishops’ Commission on Reimagining Care proposes set of values to inform vision for care and support in England
NEWS - The Archbishops’ Commission on Reimagining Care has today launched a consultation on a set of values, informed by Christian theology and ethics, that it thinks should underpin a vision for care and support in England. As well as consulting on the proposed values, the Commission is also asking for people’s views of what is good and what is difficult, challenging or missing about care and support currently.