In this film, some bishops and Anglican friends share what being salt and light means in their setting.
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The Rt Revd Ric Thorpe is the Bishop of Islington in the United Kingdom, Responsible for the Diocese of London’s church planting and church growth work.
The Most Revd Melter Jiki Tais was installed as the sixth Archbishop and Primate of the Province of the Anglican Church in Southeast Asia last year. He is also the Bishop of the Diocese of Sabah in Malaysia.
Paulo Ueti is a theologian and biblical scholar based in the Diocese of Brasilia Brazil. He works for the Anglican Communion Office in theological education and also works with the Anglican Alliance - the Communion’s development, relief and advocacy agency.
The Most Reverend Archbishop Josiah Idowu Fearon is the Secretary-General of the Anglican Communion Office.
Setting the scene
What does it mean to be salt and light look like in your setting? Bishops from around the world share their experiences. On the 5th and 7th October, the fourth round of Lambeth Conference Bishop’s Conversations will begin. The session focus Called out of darkness into light’. Based on 1 Peter 2: 9-12 bishops will
Summary of the conversations from this month
A Summary of the Bishops Conversations from October On the 5 and 7th October, the fourth round of Lambeth Conference Bishop’s Conversations took place. The bishops met online via Zoom in groups of around 20 and will continue with their group for the duration of the six-month programme. Exploring what it means to be
Interviews with Bishops
who took part
Feeding the hungry and tackling injustice in Malaysia From meetings with government ministers to sharing food with the hungry, one bishop in Malaysia says they are sharing God’s love in both words and actions. Father of five, Archbishop Melter Jiki Tais, was installed as the sixth Archbishop and Primate of the Province of the Anglican
Fresh global inspiration for growing churches Bishop Ric Thorpe is part of the Diocese of London in the Church of England. He’s been a bishop for six years in part of the city called Islington, where his focus has been on seeing new churches develop and become established, both in London and across the country.
Lights at the end of the tunnel Brazilian theologian and biblical scholar, Paulo Ueti, talks about his threefold vision for Christians being salt and light in today’s world. Paulo, who is based in the Diocese of Brasilia Brazil, works for the Anglican Communion Office in theological education and also works with the Anglican Alliance –
“Change begins here, with us bishops” Being salt and light comes at a cost and is a critical role for the church, according to the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion. A former Nigerian bishop and Archbishop, Josiah Idowu-Fearon, is the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion. His role, which he has held for the