Staff Contact: Eileen Scully, Director, Faith, Worship, and Ministry [email protected]

Educational Institutions Affiliated with the Anglican Church of Canada
Links to schools offering degree and non-degree programs in theology that are recognized by the Anglican Church of Canada.

The Ministry of all the Baptized
Baptism is a coming into the Body of Christ, in which we become members of one another and of Christ – it is about who we are in Christ, and whose we are: God’s own. In baptism we are gathered…and sent forth, in the ministry that is God’s own ministry of transformation, reconciliation, healing and salvation of the world. So, baptism is not just about identity and belonging, it’s also about being sent in mission and ministry.

Faith Seeking Understanding – to nurture baptismal life and ministry
A listing and brief descriptions of a variety of programs and resources available across the Anglican Church of Canada to assist in adult faith formation, and deepening understanding of the Christian faith in the Anglican context. Links are also provided here to Christian retreat, renewal and education centres specializing in theological education for all the baptized.

Canadian Anglican Religious Communities
Listing of communities in Canada with links to local sites.

Wellness in Ministry
Information and resources on diocesan and national developments around ministry support, continued formation and mentoring of the newly ordained.

Ordered Ministries
Information on the three orders of ministry: deacons, priests, and bishops.

Other areas of Ministry
Information on chaplaincies and emergency response ministries.


  • Anglican-Lutheran Guidelines for Clergy Serving in Each Other’s Churches
    Guidelines for Lutheran clergy serving in Anglican contexts, and for Anglicans serving in Lutheran ministries. Prepared by the Joint Anglican Lutheran Commission and approved by the ACC Council of General Synod and the ELCIC National Church Council.
  • Ecumenical Shared Ministries
    Information for congregations interested in becoming (or already being) ecumenical shared ministries – that is, in which the congregation is made up of Anlgicans and people from at least one other denomination. This resource was prepared by the Ecumenical Shared Ministries Task Group, which has representation from the Anglican Church of Canada, Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, United Church of Canada, and the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
  • Eucharistic practice and the risk of infection
    With the increased awareness of risks related to infectious disease control, a number of fears have arisen regarding the risk of the infection being spread by the use of the “common cup” at the Eucharist. This in turn has led to a re-examination of Eucharistic practices and their potential for transmission of infection.