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Archbishop Blanch Memorial Lecture
COMMENT - The Archbishop of York delivers the 25th Archbishop Blanch Memorial Lecture at Liverpool Hope University on 22 November.
A statement from the Archbishop of York - IICSA Final Report
NEWS - The Archbishop has today issued a statement following the publication of the final report from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA)
Food, Faith and the Future: ‘Feeding Britain’ online conference
NEWS - "Feeding Britain" is an online half-day conference from 9.30am to 1.30pm on Saturday 8th October, featuring leading experts in modern food production with the Archbishop of York, and organised by the Diocese of York's Rural Life and Faith Group to explore the full range of issues from a distinctively Christian perspective.
Commissioning and Welcome for new Bishop of Hull
NEWS - The new Bishop of Hull, the Right Reverend Dr Eleanor Sanderson, will begin her ministry in a Service of Commissioning and Welcome in Hull Minster at which the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, will preside, beginning at 7.30pm on Thursday 22nd September 2022.
The Labour Party Conference Church Service
SERMON - Each year Christians on the Left host a church service at the beginning of the Labour Party Conference. This year Archbishop Stephen was invited to preach at St James in the City, Liverpool. His sermon follows in full…
How Queen Elizabeth II Became a Constant Anchor in our Lives
FEATURE - The Archbishop writes a tribute in today's Yorkshire Post
There is a river that makes glad the city of God
SERMON - Archbishop Stephen preaches and presides at Choral Eucharist at Southwark Cathedral on the eve of the funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II
Sermon following the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
SERMON - York Minster Eucharist on the Sunday following the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Preaching as Pilgrimage
COMMENT - The Archbishop today gave the keynote address at the College of Preachers conference at York St John University. This follows in full