Thinking Anglicans

Surrounded by Prayer announces a service of prayer for an inclusive church on 15 October, the day when the Primates of the Anglican Communion will be meeting at Lambeth to discuss the consequences of the the election of Canon Gene Robinson as Bishop of New Hampshire.

Surrounded by Prayer

11.00 am 15 October 2003

Simultaneously at:
St Matthew’s, Westminster
St John’s, Waterloo
St Peter’s, Lambeth

On the 15th October there will be a meeting at Lambeth Palace of Anglican Church leaders from around the world to discuss the future direction of the Anglican Communion. It will be a pivotal meeting for our Church.

To coincide with that meeting is organising an opportunity for prayer in the three parishes that immediately surround Lambeth Palace. A service of prayer for an inclusive church will take place simultaneously in all three churches. Please come and support those praying for an inclusive church.

St Peter’s is 200 yards from Vauxhall BR Train Station on Kennington Lane. St John’s is across the road from Waterloo BR Train Station. St Matthew’s is on Great Peter Street, round the corner from Church House.

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The Very Revd Father Ian Hanley AHC
The Very Revd Father Ian Hanley AHC
20 years ago

It is not practical for Aotearoa/New Zealand Anglicans to travel to England. However we can join with you in prayer. The Cathedral church of St Peter, Hamilton, New Zealand, invites Anglicans of all streams, (Tikanga) to gather in the Cathedral at 5 pm on the 15th of October and Pray for our Primate, John, and for gathered Primates in the UK, together with The Archbishop of Canterbury, as they meet on this historic occasion. We pray for love, Aroha, wisdom, grace and understanding, that God’s wish for the Anglican Communion will be done.

Linda West
Linda West
20 years ago

I shall be praying earnestly and intensely for an inclusive Church. In fact I have been praying daily for months and months if not years for a Church that can offer the love of our Lord to all and end discrimination to all sectors of our society.

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