to the official website of the worldwide Anglican Communion. Here you will find news and information about the life and ministry of our Anglican/Episcopal family of Churches in more than 165 countries.
These 'Member' Churches or 'Provinces' – comprising some 85 million people – are autonomous and share doctrine, ways of worshipping and mission in common. Finding a focus of unity in the Archbishops of Canterbury, Churches relate to each other directly, and also through regular meetings of the Instruments of Communion…More
Official Communion networks exist to facilitate communication and co-operation between Anglicans on such issues as the Environment, HIV and AIDS, Indigenous People, and Health. Depending on their remit they may represent the marginalised in society; shine a spotlight on issues of poverty and injustice; and/or share information and best practice via this website and newsletters.
The Anglican Communion Office, based in London, England, at St Andrew's House, is the permanent secretariat for the Instruments of Communion. It serves the Anglican Consultative Council, the Primates' Meetings and the Lambeth Conference, as well as commissions, committees and other groups.
Staff at St. Andrew's House come from a diversity of countries including Pakistan, Japan, Canada, Ireland, England, Zambia and Colombia.