Provides guidelines for Anglican and Lutheran clergy serving in each other’s churches as revised in spring 2003 by the National Church Council of the ELCIC and the Council of General Synod of the ACC. Details steps including eligibility, initiative, process, terms of appointment, orientation and accountability. Lists various Anglican and Lutheran resources.
Resource Category: Ecumenical and interfaith
Revised text of the Waterloo Declaration and official commentary, as approved by the Joint Working Group on Nov. 13, 2000
Liturgical text for marriage ceremony between a Christian and a person of another faith tradition.
Guidelines for inter-faith dialogue prepared in October 1988 for Canadian Anglicans by the Ecumenical Office of the Anglican Church of Canada. As explained in detail here, the church’s approach consists of two separate but inter-related aspects, dialogue and common action.
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
Commentary on the importance of interfaith dialogue and its role in the Anglican Church of Canada. Includes contact information for Archdeacon Bruce Myers, the church’s co-ordinator for ecumenical and interfaith relations, as well as a list of interfaith resources.
Background to the Reims Statement from August 2011, which celebrates the achievements of ecumenical work on common texts and calls for these texts to be upheld and used.
Complete text of the Rheims Statement, from a colloquium sponsored by the English Language Liturgical Consultation. Discussed liturgy and ecumenism, common texts, and the Revised Common Lectionary. Lists participants in the colloquium.
Text of the Lambeth Quadrilateral, a statement identified as Resolution 11 from the Lambeth Conference of 1888 that was conceived as a foundation for ecumenical discussion but more recently has been used to outline the basics of Anglican identity.
Directory of Canadian Anglican-Lutheran ministries that gives expression to the 2001 Waterloo Declaration through a shared list of facilities, programs, worship, clergy, and more. A PDF version of the directory is available for download.
Basic information on the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, including its goals, traditional period of observance and the role of common prayer. Links are provided for WPCU resources from the Canadian Council of Churches and World Council of Churches.