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Andrew Goddard

Andrew Goddard is assistant minister at St. James the Less, Pimlico, London and tutor in Christian Ethics at Ridley Hall, Cambridge and Westminster Theological Centre.

A Hymn for Easter

Christ is risen, he has conquered Now the stone is rolled away Joseph's tomb once more lies empty At the dawn of Easter Day Weeping women in the...

Prayers of Love and Faith, (Arch-)Episcopal Power, and Anglican Identity

While this piece is longer than what we typically publish on Covenant, I believe that it is very important for the details of this...

Paul Simon, Psalmist?

In his already highly acclaimed new album, Seven Psalms, Paul Simon, born into a New York Jewish family, has brought to the fore his...

Bishops Say C of E Must Change on Marriage

After the Bishop of Oxford called for allowing the blessing of same-sex civil marriages, five other bishops voiced similar views

Lambeth 2022: Where Do We Stand Now?

By Andrew Goddard Prior to the 2022 Lambeth Conference I mapped the recent history of the Anglican Communion’s wrestling with questions of ecclesiology and sexuality...

Lambeth in Retrospect: Part Two

From Archbishop Justin to Today This two-part essay surveys developments in the Anglican Communion from the 2008 Lambeth Conference to this Summer’s 2022 Lambeth Conference....

Lambeth in Retrospect: Part One

From Archbishop Rowan to Archbishop Justin By Andrew Goddard The Lambeth Conference will gather in late July for the first time in 14 years, a gap...

Living in Love and Faith and Finding the Way Forward

By Andrew Goddard The end of April marks another milestone in the Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith (LLF) project relating to identity,...

Walking together at Lambeth 2020?

Can a Lambeth Conference speak the truth about both our walking together and our significant distance?

Walking together? Past and present

“Walking together” has joined other recent sound bites as a key but contested concept in contemporary Anglicanism.