The Book of Alternative Services (BAS) and supplementary resources are now available for download. In 2009, the Council of General Synod authorized the online publication of these texts. The goals are to assist liturgy planners and to encourage future web-based work of liturgical text development.
The Resource Centre is a centralized online hub containing links to resources produced by the Anglican Church of Canada. New resources are uploaded on a regular basis and may be viewed by topic, keyword and/or audience.
The varied collection of church resources available through this web page includes liturgical materials, prayer and worship texts, policy documents, committee reports, ecumenical and interfaith resources, and information about the church and its different ministries. Scroll down to browse different topics or find what you’re looking for in the search bar below.
This section of the website is currently under development. We welcome your questions and comments at [email protected].
Full report from the Commission on the Marriage Canon in advance of General Synod 2016.
The Compendium of the Church Mice is a creative year-long Sunday school curriculum that weaves in the Marks of Mission. It is one of several projects emerging from General Synod’s Marks of Mission initiative.
A central location for all resources and information on Jerusalem Sunday. Includes videos, prayers, liturgical resources, and photos from the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
A listing of Canadian dioceses, bishops with addresses, web sites, and phone numbers
Directory for Canadian Anglican archives across the country, including General Synod archives and archives for dioceses and ecclesiastical provinces. Contains contact information and chief archivist for each.
Mission statement of the Anglican Church of Canada, describing its main beliefs and listing the primary liturgies and selected statements that define those beliefs.
The General Synod of 2010 mandated Faith, Worship, and Ministry to establish a Liturgy Task Force to work on the revision of our contemporary language liturgical texts.
Brief notes on the forms of address of clergy, intended as a quick reference for individuals.
List of residential schools adminstered by the Anglican Church of Canada, with the location and lifespan of each school and its authorized enrolment. Links are provided with information on each school.
Produced by the Primate’s Commission on Discovery, Reconciliation, and Justice, each printable brochure offers information on a major aspect of the historical relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, as well as the role or response of the Anglican Church of Canada.
Information about the Primate’s Commission on Discovery, Reconciliation, and Justice, including terms of reference, current membership, updates and news items, and links to further resources.
Central hub for information and resources to help Anglicans taking part in the journey towards reconciliation. Learn the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, find resources for study and use, build relationships at the local level, and read about different ways that you can practice reconciliation in worship and by taking action.
A litany developed by the Primate’s Commission on the Doctrine of Discovery, Justice and Reconciliation for use in community settings, whether in Sunday worship, diocesan or deanery meetings, study groups, or another form of gathering.
Fillable certificates for baptism, confirmation, first communion, marriage, reception into the Anglican Communion, and becoming a sponsor or warden.
Blog space featuring reflections from Anglicans on life, ministry, and mission within the Anglican Church of Canada.
Liturgical texts from the Book of Alternative Services, translated by Bishop Patrick Yu for use within the Anglican Church of Canada.
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.
Resources provided by the Anglican Church of Canada for parishes to mark the National Aboriginal Day of Prayer on June 21 of each year.
Resource from the Diocese of Rupert’s Land for use by the whole church for the National Aboriginal Day of Prayer.