Bishop’s Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury

March 4, 2021

The Most Reverend Justin Welby
Archbishop of Canterbury
Lambeth Palace
London, SE1 7JU

Your Grace

I bid you greetings in this season of yearning and prayer.

My purpose in writing to you this day, on behalf of many Anglicans in the Diocese of Rupert’s Land, is to voice our deep concern for the Anglican Communion and its participation in the lives of human beings around God’s good Earth.

In recent days statement was publically circulated by the Archbishop, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria, a statement which we understand calls for violence, hatred and malice against other Anglicans, Christians and the wider human family. We understand that the words of Primate Ndukaba will be taken literally in many parts of the world, causing physical violence upon people to the point of death, and ostracizing people to the point of fractured and unhealthy communities around the world. 

Read the full letter here: Archbishop of Canterbury March 2021


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