In our Easter episode, we are privileged to be joined by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. Following a successful career in the oil industry, he was ordained into the Church of England in 1992 and was enthroned as the 105th Archbishop of the See of Canterbury in 2012. In one of our most insightful episodes yet, the Archbishop talks to us about the importance of ethical leadership and the erosion of trust and forgiveness in the modern world. He passionately tells us how the best leaders espouse servant leadership and "surround themselves with people who are cleverer than them". Moreover, the Archbishop conveys the importance of knowing and caring for your people, the need for modern leaders to be accountable and discusses the importance of military chaplains within the Armed Forces. Archbishop Welby also talks with real candour about the difficulties of cultural change and the challenges the Church of England have faced in their cultural evolution. A brilliant interview from one of the worlds most iconic leaders. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel Jane Hunter, a friend and ally of the Centre for Army Leadership.
Justin Welby - Why is Reconciliation a Vital Part of Following Jesus Today?
What is reconciliation really about, and why is it central to our understanding of the gospel? What's the link between prayer and reconciliation? What are the habits of a reconciling life? And how does embodying reconciliation witness to God's good news for the world today?The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby has been Archbishop of Canterbury since 2013, and before that he served as Bishop of Durham, and was also a canon at Coventry Cathedral where he worked extensively in reconciliation ministry.For more information about Justin see here.
Easter Sunday Service with Justin Welby - Sunday 4 April 2021
Weekly Online Service
Celebrate Easter with this online service from Canterbury Cathedral!Led by the Archbishop of Canterbury, our worship includes prayers, music and praise, to mark the resurrection of Jesus.Follow along with the order of service at cofe.io/EasterService.
Weekly Service with Justin Welby - Sunday 28 February 2021
Weekly Online Service
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby leads worship for the Second Sunday of Lent.With contributions from Hannah Steele and Stephen Hance, this online church service explores how we can #LiveLent.You can follow along with the order of service at cofe.io/SecondLentService.
Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury (S3 E5)
Have We Got Planning News For You
Our Special Guest this week is His Grace The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, to discuss the “Coming Home” report into the housing crisis which was commissioned by him and was published this week. Court Judgments of the Week TW Logistics Ltd V Essex County Council  UKSC 4 a decision of the Supreme Court dismissing an appeal relating to a 200 sq m area of hard surfaced land on the edge of a working port at Allen’s Quay, Mistley, registered as a TVG. Thame Town Council v Secretary of State HC&LG & others  EWHC 291 a decision of Mrs Justice Lang dismissing a 288 statutory review of an inspector’s decision to allow an appeal and grant permission for the redevelopment of a business park protected for employment use in the Thame Neighbourhood Plan by a policy which stipulated that a site be marketed for at least a year at a reasonable price. Pearce v Secretary of State BEIS & Norfolk Vanguard Ltd  EWHC 326 a decision ofMr Justice Holgate quashing a DCO under PA 2008 on the basis of a failure to properly assess cumulative impacts. Decisions of the Week Decisions of an inspector dated 9th February 2021 allowing Cateby Estates & Miller Homes Ltd’s appeal granting outline planning permission for up to 400 dwellings on land allocated for development at Whitford Rd Bromsgrove in the face of highways issues. Decisions of an inspector dated 10th February 2021 allowing Bowbridge Land Ltd’s appeal seeking outline permission for up to 260 homes on a green field site, off Harborough Road, Desborough.
Archbishop Justin joins the Tent to talk about the powerful force of the NIMBY, the gospel of good neighbourhoods and what he says when people query whether a guy who lives in a palace can comment on the housing crisis.More about the Archbishop's Commission on Housing, Church and Community HERE. For information on 'The Sermon on the Mount' Tent Spring School see HERE or email firstname.lastname@example.orgHas anything we make been interesting, useful or fruitful for you? You can support us by becoming a Fellow Traveller on our Patreon page HERE.
Amanpour: Justin Welby, Leon Botstein and Nicholas Thompson
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby joins Christiane Amanpour to talk about the UK foreign aid cuts, the decision to close churches during lockdown and measurements being put in place in response to sexual abuse within the Church of England. Turning from faith to education – Leon Botstein, the president of Bard College, discusses the call to close New York City public schools due to Covid-19 and the importance of education for democracy. Then our Walter Isaacson speaks to Nicholas Thompson, the editor-in-chief of WIRED Magazine about how misinformation is spread on social media and why Facebook need to change their algorithm.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
September 27, 2020: Sermon by The Most Rev. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
The Crossing: Sermons and Services from the National Cathedral
“We cannot surround our love with barbed wire so that only those with the password can be its recipients. We are God’s people. It is God who chooses, not us.”The Most Rev. Justin Welby, the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, joined us to help celebrate the Cathedral’s 113th birthday.