Central hub for information and resources to help Anglicans taking part in the journey towards reconciliation. Learn the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, find resources for study and use, build relationships at the local level, and read about different ways that you can practice reconciliation in worship and by taking action.
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Text of the church’s policy governing the provision of services to persons with disabilities. Discusses communication, assistive devices, the use of service animals and support persons, notice of service disruptions, staff training and offering feedback.
Information on the Anglican Healing Fund, which offers grants to encourage and initiate programs to help educate and heal the damage caused by residential schools. Includes criteria for application to grants and annual grant summaries.
List of residential schools adminstered by the Anglican Church of Canada, with the location and lifespan of each school and its authorized enrolment. Links are provided with information on each school.
The 2017 Annual Report includes information on funded projects supported by Giving with Grace. A message from Archbishop and Primate Fred Hiltz precedes the report.
Biographical information on National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald, including a list of his published works.
Revised text of the Waterloo Declaration and official commentary, as approved by the Joint Working Group on Nov. 13, 2000
Complete list of communications from the Office of the Primate. Includes press releases, public statements, etc.
Poster describes ways in which parishes and individuals can embody the fifth Mark of Mission, “to strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and renew the life of the earth” in their daily lives.
Audited financial statements and Form T3010: CRA registered charity information returns for the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) of the Anglican Church of Canada with answers to each.
Information about the 41st General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada.
History of the role of the Anglican Church of Canada in the residential school system, encompassing the period from 1820 to 1969, when the church directly administered the schools, as well as subsequent developments leading up to 1993 apology by Archbishop Michael Peers, the Residential Schools Settlement Agreement and the establishment of the Truth and … Continued
Reiteration of the commitment by Anglicans and Lutherans in Canada, as agreed upon at the 2013 Joint Assembly, to learn more about the issues of poverty, homelessness and substandard housing and support initiatives to achieve safe, affordable housing for all. Description of National Housing Day on November 22, various partnerships, and resources such as the … Continued
Web hub featuring information and resources related to human trafficking, and the church’s ongoing work with local and global partners to defeat this modern slavery.