Add Your Voice to the Lambeth Calls
The people of Dublin and Glendalough will have an opportunity to add their voices to the Lambeth Calls on Tuesday November 7. All are invited to attend one of four gatherings happening simultaneously in the dioceses at 7pm that evening.
The locations in Dublin are the Church of St John the Baptist in Clontarf, Kill O’ the Grange Church and St Maelruain’s Church in Tallaght. The location in Glendalough is Christ Church Delgany.
The Lambeth Calls are the third phase of the Lambeth Conference which was attended by Bishops from across the Anglican Communion in July 2022.
The Calls open up the conversations that were had at the conference to all Anglicans and the aim of each is to deepen faithfulness to God, advance the ministry of the communion and enable wider participation by churches and communities around the world. Throughout the Anglican Communion people are bringing the Lambeth Calls to life in their own contexts.
Through a series of conversations and gatherings, we in Dublin and Glendalough will add our voices to the call with the opportunity to show Anglicans around the world what Anglicanism looks like in our dioceses.
The 10 Lambeth Calls are:
- Environment and Sustainable Development
- Anglican Identity
- Safe Church
- Science and Faith
- Human Dignity
- Christian Unity
- Mission and Evangelism
- Inter Faith
The gatherings on Tuesday evening will facilitate people from every parish in sharing and celebrating what they do, in building connections across the dioceses and across the communion, and taking action on the Lambeth Calls.
You can learn more about the Lambeth Calls here: https://www.lambethconference.org/phase-3/our-current-focus/the-environment-and-sustainable-development/