Updated again Tuesday afternoon
This week the Anglican Communion Primates Meeting will take place again in Canterbury. See Anglican leaders head to the Communion’s “Mother Church” for 2017 Primates’ Meeting.
Update An additional official page is now available: The Primates’ Meeting 2017: in-depth coverage
Biographies of all the primates are available here.
The Anglican Communion News Service has published a number of video messages and blog articles from various primates.
The Anglican Journal published Hiltz looking forward to talks on human trafficking at Primates’ Meeting.
Recent media coverage:
Kelvin Holdsworth wrote The Scottish Episcopal Church and the upcoming Primates’ Meeting.
The LGBTI Mission has published this briefing: Anglican Primates’ Meeting October 2017.
OneBodyOneFaith has published Calls for continued listening as Anglican Primates meet in Canterbury.
And we reported earlier the open letter to the primates from the General Synod Human Sexuality Group.
THE Primates’ Meeting in Canterbury this week has begun in a spirit of “extraordinary” fellowship and warm collegiality, journalists were told on Tuesday.
One of the Primates’ first actions was to invite the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in the US, the Most Revd Michael Curry, to pray at the beginning of evensong on Monday in response to the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
Sources have described the fellowship among those at the closed gathering as “extraordinary”. Any suggestion that the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church — expected to be told of the “consequences” of his Church’s recent vote in favour of same-sex marriage (News, 29 September) — might feel uncomfortable was inaccurate…
Do read the whole report.
And there is also this: Anglican Primates express ‘shock and distress’ at Las Vegas massacre.