Community

"No man is an island, Entire of itself. Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main." - English poet and Church of England priest John Donne

Above all, the Anglican Communion is about community. In this section you will find some examples of ways Anglicans and Episcopalians around the world support and connect with one another in person and from a distance. There are also several ways to get involved yourself.

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Prayer Wall

The Bible tells us that the prayer of a righteous person is powerful, so why not add your prayer request to our prayer wall and invite Anglicans/Episcopalians around the world to pray with or for you?

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Thematic Networks

Thematic Networks

Faith and works are at the heart of the Anglican Communion’s Networks. These are active groups of people criss-crossing the world dedicated to improving the world around them. Interested in protecting the environment? Or the rights and traditions of indigenous peoples? Perhaps you are passionate about peace and justice? You will find like-minded people here. 

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Religious Communities

Religious Communities

Anglican religious orders are organisations of laity and/or clergy in the Anglican Communion who live under a common rule. They are to be distinguished from Holy Orders, the sacrament which bishops, priests, and deacons receive. Learn more about their life and their location here.

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Vacation Exchange

Vacation Exchange

We know Anglican clergy and church workers can struggle to find the money to go on holiday. Why not sign up for a vacation exchange? Swap your home for an agreed time and you will only have to find travel costs. With Anglicans in more than 165 countries there are a lot of destinations to choose from.

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Organisations

Organisations

A list of agencies and organisations that have or have had a central place in the life and mission of the Anglican Communion. 

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Commissions

Commissions

Commissions are official bodies set up for a particular task and time period at the direction of one the Anglican Instruments.

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