Joint Anglican-Lutheran Commission reviews churches’ relationship

From Nov. 22 to 25, the Joint Anglican-Lutheran Commission met in Toronto to review the Full Communion relationship between the Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. The two churches have shared this unique relationship since the Waterloo Declaration of 2001, and now, six years later, they are assessing what they’ve accomplished and where they can go.

The recent communiqué (available here) gives the broad strokes of a new, exciting vision, which includes shared congregational ministries and training for lay and ordained ministry.

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