List of Anglican Communion networks that the Anglican Church of Canada voluntarily participates in, along with Canadian Anglican contacts.
Resource Category: Global Relations
Information on the Companion Diocese Program, which pairs Canadian dioceses with other dioceses in the Anglican Communion to encourage and pray for one another, learn and share each other’s joys and concerns, and participate in face-to-face, spiritual, and material exchanges. Resources and links are provided.
Details on the Canadian Companions of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, their role in providing leadership and support to the Anglican Church of Canada’s partnership with the diocese, and their four key areas of work: education, advocacy, pilgrimage and financial support to Diocese of Jerusalem ministries.
Description of work by Global Relations program of the General Synod in helping dioceses and parishes begin new relationships or strengthen existing ones with global church partners for local mission.
Web hub featuring information and resources related to human trafficking, and the church’s ongoing work with local and global partners to defeat this modern slavery.
A central location for all resources and information on Jerusalem Sunday. Includes videos, prayers, liturgical resources, and photos from the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
Partner profile for the Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba, with links to information about the Cuban church, Canadian Anglican connections and contacts.
Partner profile for the Diocese of Jerusalem, with links to diocesan information, Canadian Anglican connections, ecumenical links, and contacts.
Partner profile for the Anglican Church of Melanesia. Includes links to information about the Melanesian church, Canadian Anglican connections, and contacts.
List of priorities for the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada in its partnerships with each province of the Anglican Communion, as well as a list of its three closest international partners.
Background information on the Consultation of Anglican Bishops in Dialogue, a group of bishops from Canada, the United States and various African countries that began at the 2008 Lambeth Conference.