Draft Vision 2019 report now online

A draft of the Anglican Church of Canada’s strategic plan—Vision 2019—is now available online for discussion.

The Vision 2019 Task Force, a team of volunteer Anglicans, has upheld principles of transparency and broad consultation in all aspects of the Vision 2019 process. These values were clear in the cutting-edge method of data collection: Canadian Anglicans were asked, “Where is your church now, and where do you want the Anglican Church of Canada to be by 2019?” and from February to October, answers poured in by email, voice message, letter, and video. These responses were posted on the Vision 2019 website.

Now the task force is reviewing these answers and discerning the next action steps. They are at a stage of broad consultation, talking to major church stakeholders about the emerging plan. To again honour the values of transparency and broad consultation, the task force is sharing these two documents:

1. A draft of the task force’s Vision 2019 report

2. An analysis of Vision 2019 input, prepared by consultant Marleen Morris

Canadian Anglicans are again invited to join the conversation in an online forum. The Primate, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, has said, “Vision 2019 is an opportunity to say, ‘here’s what I think our church needs to be about.'” This is another great opportunity to join in and share thoughts on the future of the Anglican Church of Canada.

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