Prepare with the Bishops!
Bishops will be preparing using a Study of John's Gospel. Find it here.
Web Link The Archbishop's Website
The Archbishops Website with press releases and recent interviews on current issues.
Web Link Rowan Williams - Call to Prayer
Archbishop Rowan has issued a call to prayer for Lambeth. Click to see it on YouTube
Web Link Anglican Communion
The official website of the world-wide Anglican Communion, comprising over 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches around the globe in over 160 countries
Web Link Lambeth Conference Official Site
This site contains the Conference Programme, prayer bookmarks and lots of information
Web Link Wikipedia on Lambeth Conference
An interesting overview and history of the conference written and maintained by the public. There is a similar page on the Anglican Communion.
Pray Lambeth Text Only Sub Site
We have created a text only version of this website for people using mobile devices and hand phones to connect and for people with lower bandwidth internet connections. The purpose of the site is to enable users to sign up for the prayer briefings.
Global Anglican Future Pilgrimage to our Roots - Meeting at the end of June 2008 - Gathering of 1000 orthodox Christian leaders, including 280 Anglican Bishops, in Jerusalem and Jordan. ++Ben Kwashi of Jos, Nigeria, is the Prayer Co-ordinator.
The Church of England Newspaper
The Church of England Newspaper is the original church newspaper, dating back to 1828, one of the oldest newspapers in the world.
Web Link Church Times
The Church Times, founded in 1863, has become the world's leading Anglican weekly newspaper.
The Times Newspaper has online coverage of the conference
'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 www.praylambeth.org.'
Every ten years, Anglican bishops from around the world meet to share, pray and have fellowship, at the invitation of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
If you would like to participate, please add this page to your favourites and consider signing up for the email briefings.