Future and Current
USA: Virginia, 2017-2018: Celebrating the Communion
'Virginia Theological Seminary's Center for Anglican Communion Studies Celebrates its twentieth anniversary.'
USA: Princeton, 14-16 January 2018: Of Psalms and Prayers: The Poetry of Liturgy
The fourth American Sarum conference.
USA: New York City, 17 January 2018: Auden, the Psalms, and Me
J. Chester Johnson speaks at the General Theological Seminary.
USA: New York City, 2-3 February 2018: Trinity Institute
'We all want to create a better world—and that requires action and connection. Discerning shared values is crucial to forming powerful partnerships and moving forward with courageous intention. Explore how you and your community can set a collaborative course at Values in Action, a Trinity Institute conference designed to help you get grounded and connected so you can get going.'
USA: Ohio, Cincinnati, 12-15 April 2018: Conference of North American Cathedral Deans
USA: Indianapolis, 19-21 April 2018: Missional Voices National Gathering
'a weekend of thinking, planning, and dreaming about the future of missional communities and innovative ministries in the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion. This will be a place where dynamic incubation of new ideas is the norm – not the exception – and where people doing uncommon ministry find support and encouragement.'
USA: Ohio, Cincinnati, 25-27 April 2018: B+E+S+T Conference
Annual conference of Bishops' Executive Secretaries Together.
USA: Washington, D.C., 21-25 May 2018: Festival of Homiletics
USA: Connecticut, New Haven, 18-21 June 2018: 'Full of Your Glory:' Liturgy, Cosmos, Creation
'The conference will explore ideas of creation and cosmos embedded in the worship life of the church at a time of unprecedented attention to ecological and cosmological concerns. Conference speakers will highlight some of the rich traditions of the past (ritual, visual, and musical, among others) and also address contemporary concerns. The broader aim of the conference is to offer the resources of the liturgical tradition – and its particular insights – to the ongoing conversations around ecology and cosmology. It will become clear that liturgy has always been about more than human beings at worship: specific understandings of creation and the cosmos are in fact at the heart of all Christian worship.' Rowan Williams is keynote speaker.
USA: Texas, Austin, 5-13 July 2018: General Convention of the US Episcopal Church
England: Oxford, 9-11 July 2018: Totus Christus: Knowing and Loving the Son of Man
'The purpose of this conference will be to examine some of the many registers of the mystery of Christ, both historically and thematically. The title ‘the Son of Man’ also evokes the different aspects of the whole Christ: the humanity and divinity of Christ, his earthly ministry, his sacramental presence, and the eschatological consummation of his work. It is also a term of relationship, suggestive of both the relations constitutive of the life of the Holy Trinity, and also of the way that our knowing and loving the Son of Man is always an invitation to communion - with the Triune God, as the Body of Christ, and for the life of the world.'
Worldwide: 18 September 2018: Coastal Clean-up Day
'Anglicans and other Christians throughout the world are being encouraged to take part in a coordinated beach-clean-up project in September 2018. The third Saturday in September is recognised by the conservation community as International Coastal Clean-up Day. The Environmental Network of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa is joining forces with the Christian environment network A Rocha International and other partners to encourage Christians around the world to take part in next year’s Coastal Clean-up Day.'
Worldwide: 25 May - 4 June 2017: Thy Kingdom Come
In May 2016 the Archbishops of Canterbury and York invited people to join a wave of prayer between Ascension and Pentecost. This is traditionally a time when the church focuses on prayer, just as the first disciples gathered after they had watched Jesus ascend into heaven. […] The hope is to see at least 80 per cent of Church of England churches and cathedrals taking part as well as many other denominations and the churches of the world-wide Anglican Communion. Leaders from the international Methodist church, the Free churches, the Roman Catholic Church, Pentecostal churches and several of the Eastern and Oriental Orthodox churches in the UK have all signalled their support.'
England: London, 11-16 January 2016: Primates Meeting
'The Archbishop of Canterbury has invited all 37 Primates to Canterbury to reflect and pray together concerning the future of the Anglican Communion.'
London-Paris, 13-27 November 2015: Pilgrimage2Paris
'At the end of November, world leaders will meet at the UN climate talks in Paris. Inspired by their faith, pilgrims from across the UK will come together to call on world leaders to agree a fair, ambitious and legally binding climate change deal in Paris. The Church of England, Christian Aid, CAFOD and Tearfund have come together to organise a Pilgrimage2Paris ahead of the UN talks. The pilgrimage will start in London on 13/14 November and arrive in Paris on 27 November.'
USA: Utah, Salt Lake City, 25 June 2015 - 3 July 2015: The 78th General Convention of the Episcopal Church
'Registration will be available online, beginning in January 2015, through the General Convention website.'
Canada: Ontario, Ottawa, 3-7 July 2013: Joint
'The first Joint Assembly of the Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada [...] will gather more than
800 Christians for worship, fellowship, and important ministry decisions.'
USA: New York City, through 27 February 2011: Three
Faiths: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
'Three Faiths includes 200 rare and precious works created over the past 1,500 years. Among them, great works of the miniaturist's art
and of calligraphy, drawn from all three faiths, delight the eye, as they have done since their creation centuries ago. Manuscript materials
are accompanied by some of the most significant printed works of the past 550 years. The scrolls, codices, illuminated manuscripts, and
printed volumes are complemented selectively by important bindings, early photographs, prints, maps, and liturgical or ritual objects
dating from the fifth century of the Common Era (CE) to the present.' At the New York Public Library.