Prayer Bulletin 06

We are pleased to bring you today's thoughts and information to guide your prayers over the proceedings at the 2008 Lambeth Conference. A large area of the Canterbury campus is designated 'The Market Place'. Here a kaleidoscope of organisations and pressure groups have their stands and mingle with the bishops. The 60 stalls are a […]
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Prayer Bulletin 05

We are pleased to bring you today's thoughts and information to guide your prayers over the proceedings at the 2008 Lambeth Conference. The great opening ceremony at Canterbury yesterday was an inspiring occasion for the delegates. The conference proper has begun, consisting of prayer and worship sessions, Bible study, optional sessions and 'Indaba Groups' - […]
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Prayer Bulletin 04

In earlier bulletins, we have used the analogy of train travel to characterise the start of the Lambeth Conference. Now, however, the Bishop of Durham, Tom Wright, has brought an alarming new dimension to the metaphor, describing the Anglican Communion as "a slow-moving train-wreck, just hitting the buffers". All of which forces one to take seriously a recent picture, […]
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Prayer Bulletin 03

The Lambeth train continues to move fairly quietly amid the peaceful Kentish countryside. The journey is likely to remain peaceful until next Monday, July 21st, when the Retreat gives way to the Debates. Observers sense that the passengers will become more vocal, and display less bonhomie, once the whistle is blown for wider discussion. The […]
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Prayer Bulletin 02

The Lambeth train has left the station - but the destination board is still a bit illegible.  As Archbishop Rowan has said, our prayers are vital to guide the Communion in wise directions as an outcome of this time of meeting, debate and reflection. Thanks for some welcome feedback from recipients of the Praylambeth Bulletin […]
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Prayer Bulletin 01

Thank you for registering. We really appreciate that you are making time to offer your fellowship in prayer for the 2008 Lambeth Conference. These daily prayer bulletins will be sent to all those who have so requested. They are in many parts of the world. In the UK we have massive media coverage – and […]
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Our 'significant role'...

'I am very pleased SOMA, along with Crosswinds, have organised this prayer initiative during the Lambeth Conference.

The Archbishop of Canterbury The Most Revd Rowan Williams

It is an important time for us in the Anglican Communion and this group of people who commit to pray for us during our meetings will play a significant role behind the scenes.

My thanks to all who have helped set up'

Prayer Pointers

Every ten years, Anglican bishops from around the world meet to share, pray and have fellowship, at the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury. 

SOMA UK and Crosswinds Prayer Trust are co-ordinating briefings to inform and equip like-minded people who wish to cover this 2008 event with prayer. 

If you would like to participate, please add this page to your favourites and consider signing up for the email briefings.

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