Primates Meeting

The Primates' Meeting was established in 1978 by Archbishop Donald Coggan (101st Archbishop of Canterbury) as an opportunity for “leisurely thought, prayer and deep consultation” and has met regularly since. The web site contains all the statements and communiqués from the 2003 2005 meetings, from the meeting held in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania 2007, Alexandria, Egypt 2009, Dublin, Ireland 2011, Canterbury, England 2016

Documents from the 2016 Primates' Meeting:

What is a Primate?

The use of the title PRIMATE in the context of meetings of the Anglican Communion denotes the chief archbishop or bishop of a province of the Anglican Episcopal family of churches.

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