A Picture of Those Gathered at The 18th Primates’ Meeting Of The Anglican Communion

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Please note that what follows is a tentative attempt to identify those in the photograph:

Back Row:
1. Burundi
The Most Revd Bernard Ntahoturi
Archbishop of the Province of Burundi & Bishop of Matana


2. Scotland
The Most Revd David Robert Chillingworth
Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church & Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane


3. Korea
The Rt Revd Paul Keun-Sang Kim
Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Church of Korea & Bishop of Seoul


4. Canada
The Most Revd Frederick J Hiltz
Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada


5. Melanesia
The Most Revd David Vunagi
Archbishop of Melanesia and bishop of Central Melanesia


6. Central America
The Most Revd Armando Roman Guerra Soria
Primate of IARCA & Bishop of Guatemala


7. Philippines
The Rt Revd Edward Pacyaya Malecdan
Prime Bishop elect of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines


8. Japan
The Most Revd Nathaniel Makoto Uematsu
Primate of The Nippon Sei Ko Kai & Bishop of Hokkaido

9. Papua New Guinea
The Most Revd Joseph Kifau Kopapa
Archbishop of Papua New Guinea & Bishop of Popondota


10. Wales
The Most Revd Dr. Barry Cennydd Morgan
Archbishop of Wales & Bishop of Llandaff


11. South India
The Most Revd Suputhrappa Vasantha Kumar
Moderator of the Church of South India and Bishop of Karnataka Central


12. The Episcopal Church
The Most Revd Katharine Jefferts Schori
Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church in the USA


13. Hong Kong
The Most Revd Paul Kwong
Archbishop of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui & Bishop of Hong Kong Island


14. Australia
The Most Revd Phillip John Aspinall
Archbishop of Brisbane & Primate of Australia


15. New Zealand
The Most Revd Dr. Winston Halapua
Primate of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand & Polynesia & Bishop of Polynesia

16. West Indies
The Most Revd Dr John Walder Dunlop Holder
Archbishop, Church in the Province of the West Indies & Bishop of Barbados


17. Pakistan
The Rt Revd Samuel Azariah
Moderator, Church of Pakistan & Bishop of Raiwind


Front row
1. Southern Africa
The Most Revd Thabo Cecil Makgoba
Archbishop of Capetown


2. Brazil
The Most Revd Maurício José Araújo de Andrade
Primate of Brazil & Bishop of Brasilia


3. Ireland
The Most Revd Alan Edwin Thomas Harper
Primate of All Ireland & Archbishop of Armagh


4. England
The Most Revd Rowan Douglas Williams
Archbishop of Canterbury


5. Canon Kenneth Kearon, Secretary General of the Anglican Communion


6. England
The Most Reverend John Sentamu
Archbishop of York


7. Central Africa
The Rt Rev Albert Chama
The Dean of the Province

8. Bangladesh
The Rt Revd Paul Sishir Sarkar
Moderator, Church of Bangladesh & Bishop of Kushtia


We shall be grateful for any amendments and corrections--KSH.

Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalAnglican PrimatesPartial Primates Meeting in Dublin 2011

Posted January 29, 2011 at 4:29 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]

1. Sarah wrote:

Hey—can somebody point me to the link where this picture is found?  I find it quite intriguing . . .

January 29, 7:14 pm | [comment link]
2. Karen B. wrote:

Sarah, it can be found at the following link, which I found using Google’s cache of the Church of Ireland News page link that Kendall notes in his post about the disappearing photos:


January 29, 8:07 pm | [comment link]
3. Tim Harris wrote:

The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia is represented by the co-presiding Bishop for Polynesia, Archbishop Winston Halapua (not Archbishop Brown Turei -  Bishop of Aotearoa). The formal ACO website entry does not appear to recognise the co-presiding model, while the meeting briefing #2 does note that Archbishop Winston is representing ACANZP.

[Thank you Tim - the post has been updated - Elf]

January 30, 12:18 am | [comment link]
4. Gregory wrote:

This is an official photograph of the primates.
Notice that Kenneth Kearon is on the photograph and sitting centrally next to the ABC.

January 30, 10:11 am | [comment link]
5. dwstroudmd+ wrote:

Better to be in charge and pulling the strings, eh?  None of that nasty PR stuff, usually.  Then, again, what with secret constitutional changes, who knows?  Kanon Kearon might be THE Primate.  Let’s just say he’s sitting in to make sure the process works out.

January 30, 11:09 am | [comment link]
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