News from 2020
Archbishop lays down his crozier on the high altar at York Minster as his last act as Archbishop of York
NEWS - The Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu, accompanied by his wife, the Revd Margaret Sentamu, laid down his crozier of office on the high altar of York Minster on Sunday 7 June.
NEWS - The Archbishop of York will take part in a time of music, prayer and reflection across BBC Local Radio on Sunday at 8am
NEWS - The Archbishop of York is to be joined by representatives of charities he founded in the weekly online service for the Church of England marking his last day as Archbishop of York.
Joint statement by the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu and Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby
COMMENT - The Archbishop of York and the Archbishop of Canterbury have today issued a joint statement in response to the recent events in the United States of America
NEWS - The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are delighted to announce that Morag Ellis QC has been appointed as Dean of the Arches and Auditor on the retirement of Charles George QC.
Pope delivers special message for Pentecost Sunday online service alongside archbishops and senior UK church leaders
NEWS - His Holiness Pope Francis will take part in an online church service alongside the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and a number of other senior UK church leaders for the first time online.
FEATURE - the Archbishop writes in today's i Newspaper encouraging support for a real Living Wage for all care workers. The article follows in full...
Citizens UK launches campaign for a real living wage for key workers with social care sector funding call
NEWS - Today, Thursday 28th May, as the nation participates in what could be the ‘final’ #ClapForCarers, charity Citizens UK launches a campaign for all key workers to be paid a real Living Wage
Confirmation of Election of Bishop Stephen Cottrell as the 98th Archbishop of York, Thursday 9 July 2020
NEWS - Bishop Stephen Geoffrey Cottrell will be confirmed as the 98th Archbishop of York at 11am on Thursday 9 July 2020, in a service broadcast entirely via video conference due to the Coronavirus restrictions.
NEWS - The Archbishop of York is to preach as part of the national online service broadcast by the Church of England on Sunday 7th June at 9am.