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Archbishop of Canterbury’s awards

16 April 2021

THE Archbishop of Canterbury announced, on Wednesday 7 April, the following awards for service in different fields:

The Lambeth Cross for Ecumenism: the Revd Aidan Harker, Bruce Kent, Dr Valerie Flessati.

The Canterbury Cross for Services to the Church of England: Christopher Clarke, Charles George, the Revd Dr Brendan McCarthy, the Revd Professor Georgina Radford, Caroline Spencer.

The Cross of St Augustine for Services to the Anglican Communion: the Most Revd Colin Johnson, Canon Isaac Kawuki Mukasa, Canon Rachel Mash, the Rt Revd Luke Lungile Pato, the Most Revd Daniel Yinka Sarfo.

The Alphege Award for Evangelism and Witness: Isaac Borquaye (Guvna B), Dr John Bowen, the Revd Richard Coles, Pippa Cramer, the Revd Bassi Mirzania, the Revd Omid Moludy, the Rt Revd David Pytches, Desmond Arnold Scott.

The Dunstan Award for Prayer and Spirituality: the Revd Philip D. Roderick.

The Hubert Walter Award for Reconciliation and Interfaith Cooperation: the Most Revd Daniel Deng Bul, Elizabeth Harris-Sawczenko, the late Archbishop Paolino Lukudu Loro, Catriona Robertson, Umesh Chander Sharma, Sarwat Tasneem.

The Lanfranc Award for Education and Scholarship: Professor Kwok Pui-lan, the Revd Peter Laurence.

The Langton Award for Community Service: Dave Bagley, Esmé Page, Professor Hilary Russell, Hany Abadir Shafik, the late Rt Revd Ellinah Wamukoya.

The Thomas Cranmer Award for Worship: Kerry Beaumont, Rupert Lang.

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