Today, relationship between the Anglican Church of Canada and the Anglican Church of Melanesia is finding new direction. Our churches have much in common. We are geographically dispersed churches situated, in whole or part on the Pacific Ocean. We are multi-national and multi-lingual, committed to the Anglican Communion, the Five Marks of Mission and Principles of Partnership. Our churches are involved in taking up the calls for action from national Truth and Reconciliation processes, concerned about spiritual leadership in a secular, post-modern world, and speaking out in Christian love to power about the critical issues of today—poverty, access to education, sovereignty and care of creation, the emancipation of women, human trafficking and enforced migration, and transformation of conflict into peace with justice.
Partnership between our churches also concerns the reformation of a Pan-Pacific Anglican group in which Pacific church leaders meet to discern, discuss and respond to issues of continental concern. The first meeting of the Anglican Oceania Fono took place in Melbourne (2017). Subsequent annual meetings having taken place in Suva (2018) and Honiara (2019).