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

Current News Items

Don't wait to share Jesus with others, the Archbishop of Canterbury tells Church Army annual meeting.

Evangelism in new contexts was the focus of a meeting last week in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, involving the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the North American councils of churches.

The Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF) is pleased to release the Executive Summary and Final Report for the New Dreams/New Visions Pilot Project

The Bishop of Harare is celebrating peace and growth in his diocese two-and-a-half years after Anglicans in Zimbabwe won back their churches.

The lure of Christian worship as much as the attraction of history and architecture is driving a boom in visits to cathedrals,

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