Ministries - Mission

The 1998 Lambeth Conference report talks of mission as "God's way of loving and saving the world", and the 2008 Lambeth Conference Indaba speaks of "The Church as an instrument for mission" and a participant in "the movement of God's love toward people [and the rest of creation], since God is a fountain of sending love."

The Anglican Church has always understood Mission as being holistic, both proclamation and social action. The Five Marks of Mission articulates this vision of holistic mission…More


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Global Anglican Relief and Development Alliance

For the past year, since the conclusion of the 2008 Lambeth Conference, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion Office have worked together to take forward the recommendation for the establishment of a new way for Anglicans to work together globally for relief and development.

The Final Report of the Alliance Consultationis now available here


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An Anglican Communion evangelism and church growth initiative has launched a new website

Official statistics issued last week suggest that attendance at Church of England churches may have levelled out after decades of decline.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is chairing the first meeting of the Archbishops’ Evangelism Task Group at Lambeth Palace today.

Anglicans in South Africa are combining getting physically and spiritually fit with reaching out to their local communities.

A group of Zambian Anglicans has challenged the Church there to evangelise to the farthest parts of the country.

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