Lambeth Coverage Links (*sticky*)

[color=red][b]Updated: July 21, 12:30 UTC (8:30 a.m. EDT)[/b][/color] **This is sticky — New posts are below**

The amount of Lambeth coverage and commentary is pretty overwhelming. Here are some of the links we have found most helpful so far in following and making sense of what’s going on. We’re emphasizing first-hand coverage in these links. Feel free to post additional links in the comments.

The “Lambeth Daily” page at the official Lambeth site
An index of all the daily stories and photos, etc. by ACNS is here
The Episcopal Church’s “Lambeth Journal” blog (daily reports from various TEC bishops)

Anglican Mainstream — providing firsthand coverage by Canon Chris Sugden and others, as well as excerpts of many others’ commentary

The Rev. George Conger’s blog (George writes for the Living Church, the Church of England News, Religious Intelligence, and other publications). Note especially some of George’s fantastic photos of bishops from around the Communion.

The Living Church’s News page

The Rev. Todd and Cherie Wetzel of Anglicans United. Todd & Cherie are providing daily first-hand reports and commentary.

StandFirm will be sending the Rev. Matt Kennedy and Sarah Hey to cover the conference, and of course they’ve got tons of articles and commentaries about Lambeth in the meantime.

The PrayerBook Society’s Lambeth Commentary

Ruth Gledhill’s blog (Ruth is covering Lambeth for the London Times)

The Church Times blog

BabyBlue (who will be reporting live from Lambeth during the final week of the conference)

Lydia Evan’s very cool “Anglican Feedbag” page with many many RSS feeds of Lambeth news from sources all over.

Prayer for Lambeth:
Pray Lambeth (look for the links to the Daily Prayer Bulletins on the lower left hand side of the home page)
Lent & Beyond’s Lambeth prayers

Coverage from Reappraisers:
Thinking Anglicans (provides thorough roundups of the British Press Coverage)
Episcopal Cafe (Lambeth Category) (Jim Naughton is at Lambeth)
Integrity President Susan Russell’s blog
Integrity’s LGBT Lambeth Portal


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12 comments on “Lambeth Coverage Links (*sticky*)

  1. Lydia Evans says:

    up-to-date newsfeeds from nearly 50 sources at [url=]Anglican Feedbag[/url]

  2. Alice Linsley says:

    Readers will find this essay interesting, as it touches on the political activist overtones and activities at Lambeth:

  3. Graham Kings says:

    Mike Hill, Bishop of Bristol, is blogging on Fulcrum [url=]here.[/url]

    Nick Baines, Bishop of Croydon, is blogging on Fulcrum [url=]here.[/url]

  4. The_Elves says:

    Anglican Mainstream has compiled a list of blogging bishops including links to a number of blogs from UK bishops this elf had not been aware of:

  5. Aady says:

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  6. Karen B. says:

    Add Bp. Leo Frade of Southeast Florida to the list of blogging TEC bishops.

    At this point one might wonder what TEC bishops are NOT blogging?!

  7. The_Elves says:

    Via e-mail, another link to a TEC bishop’s blog:

    Greetings, Elvish ones –

    FWIW, +Mike Klusmeyer of the Diocese of West Virginia has been posting occasional entries on his visit to Lambeth at:

  8. The_Elves says:

    Lauren Winner is offering commentary on Lambeth for BeliefNet

  9. The_Elves says:

    I’ve been eagerly hoping to find some blog entries by Global South bishops.

    I’ve just discovered a blog that has entries by Bp. Miguel Tamayo of Uruguay and Cuba

    The blog entries by +Tamayo are here:

    These can be translated using Google’s Language Tools

    Also, the website of the Anglican diocese of Brasilia has Lambeth reports posted:

    Again, you can use Google language tools to get a rough translation from the Portuguese.

  10. Katherine says:

    Blog of the Primate of the Middle East:

    Bishop Mouneer is asking for special prayers today and tomorrow for the meetings which will occur at Lambeth tomorrow (28 July).

  11. The_Elves says:

    Very cool, Katherine, THANK YOU! I’d just seen the link to Mouneer’s blog at SF and was coming here to post it.