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Canterbury Diocese votes in favour of the Anglican Communion Covenant
On Saturday 5 February Canterbury Diocesan Synod voted in favour of the Anglican
Communion Covenant in all three houses (bishops, clergy and laity).

The vote held at the John Wallis Church of England Academy in Ashford, was in response to the Gen

Archbishop of Canterbury to be Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge - Comments from Bishop of Dover
Archbishop Rowan Williams has today announced his acceptance of the position of Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge with effect from January 2013. He will therefore be stepping down from the office of Archbishop of Canterbury at the end of Decembe

Archbishop of Canterbury joins 600 young people for his final Easter Monday pilgrimage
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, participated in his final Easter Monday Youth Pilgrimage on April 9th, an occasion he described as one of the events he will miss ‘enormously’ when he steps down later this year.

With the Bishop

Public attend Canterbury Diocese’s consultation to share views about the appointment the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury


Around 80 people attended a public consultation on Thursday evening (26 April) to discuss the appointment process for the next Archbishop of Canterbury. The event, which took place at the International Study Centre in Canterbury Cathedral precinc

Christopher Boyle, QC
Christopher Boyle QC has been appointed as the Deputy Commissary General for Canterbury Diocese by Commissary General Miss Morag Ellis QC. Bishop Trevor swore Christopher into his new role on 18 April in London.

Called to the Bar in 1994, Christop

Statement from the Right Reverend Trevor Willmott, Bishop of Dover on the outcome of the GMC trial of Dr Richard Scott, Margate GP:
Following the news issued today (June 14) that the GMC have upheld the complaint against Margate GP, Dr Richard Scott of inappropriately discussing his Christian faith during a consultation with a patient. The Right Reverend Trevor Willmott, Bishop o

Canon Ed Condry Announced as the new Bishop of Ramsbury


10 Downing St has announced today that Ed Condry, Canon Residentiary of Canterbury Cathedral and Treasurer and Director of Education in Canterbury Cathedral, has been chosen as the next Bishop of Ramsbury in the Diocese of Salisbury. Canon Ed wil

The case against staying silent about religion
By Trevor Willmott

“DO NOT be afraid, but go on speaking and do not be silent” (Acts 18.9).

A number of recent judgments that question the right or appropriateness of Christians’ giving public voice to their faith brings Jesus’s words t

Archbishop to ordain eight new deacons in Canterbury Cathedral on Saturday


Six men and two women including a former farmer, a G.P., the first Chinese woman from South East Asia to be ordained into the Church of England and a Fire Safety Officer will become new Church of England curates at a special ordination service in

The Archbishop’s School Pupils spend day with Archbishop at Lambeth Palace
On Saturday 23rd June, six pupils and one teacher from The Archbishop’s School in Canterbury joined Archbishop Rowan Williams and eighty other students at Lambeth Palace for a day of worship, discussion and reflection.

The theme for the day was

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