As followers of Jesus Christ, Christians are sent into the world to live lives inspired by his love and teaching and to bring that transforming and sacrificial love into all aspects of society.
They invite others to find faith and follow Jesus as disciples, inspired to live a "Jesus Shaped Life".
This work of mission is encapsulated in the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission:
The mission of the Church is the mission of Christ:
The mission and discipleship of Anglicans and Episcopalians are shaped, expressed and lived out in numerous areas such as:
Anglicans and Episcopalians work alongside some of the world’s poorest communities but also seek to influence the powerful, for example, through representation at the United Nations. The work might be through churches or agencies such as the Anglican Alliance.
Mutual support and interdependence are important. The Anglican Communion encourages dioceses around the world to form partnerships for mutual benefit. These are known as Companion Links.
The Revd Canon John Kafwanka left his role as Director for Mission in December 2020 in order to return to parish ministry in the Church of England's Diocese of London. The role is currently vacant.
Director for Mission
Intentional Discipleship and Education for Discipleship Co-ordinator
phone: +44 20 7313 2033
Research and Advocacy Officer
phone: +44 20 7313 3926