The first Pan-Anglican Congress was held in London (United Kingdom) in 1908 immediately prior to the Fifth Lambeth Conference with which it should not be confused. The Congress was a meeting of some 17,000 people (contemporary estimate) attended by clergy and laity.
- Stephenson, Alan (1978). Anglicanism and the Lambeth Conferences. London: SPCK. pp. 114–116.
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