Archbishop of Canterbury’s Awards

30 June 2017


AT A ceremony at Lambeth Palace on 9 June, the Archbishop of Canterbury presented the following awards for service in different fields:


The Lambeth Cross for Ecumenism: Dr Agnes Abuom, the Revd John Glass, Professor Peter Howdle, the Most Revd Dr Antje Jackelén, Metropolitan Kallistos of Diokleia.

The Canterbury Cross for Services to the Church of England: Peter Bruinvels, Paul Dillingham, Sir William Fittall, Jane Kennedy, Canon George Lings, the Rt Hon. Sir John Mummery, Canon John Rees, Sir Andreas Whittam Smith.

The Cross of St Augustine for Services to the Anglican Commu­nion: Dr Sally Thompson.

The Alphege Award for Evangel­ism and Witness: Philip Fletcher, the Revd Bob Hopkins, Mary Hopkins.

The Dunstan Award for Prayer and the Religious Life: the Revd Dr Adrian Chatfield, Abbot Stuart Burns OSB.

The Hubert Walter Award for Reconciliation and Interfaith Cooperation: the Most Revd Samuel Azariah, Dr Jane Clements, the Rt Revd Dr Bill Musk, the Rt Revd Tabani Paride Kenyi.

The Lanfranc Award for Edu­cation and Scholarship: Dr Zoë Bennett, the Revd Dr Jeremy Morris, Haifa Najjar, Dr Colin Podmore.

The Langton Award for Com­munity Service: the Revd Joan Ashton, Frank Field MP, Suhaila Tarazi.

The Thomas Cranmer Award for Worship: Ralph Allwood, Vicky Beeching, Paul Hale, Anne Harrison, the Revd Timothy Hughes, Stuart Townend.

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