Theological Education Resources

The information and resources on offer are not just for clergy or those training for ministry, but for the whole people of God in their learning of discipleship. These materials will be updated each year. Here is a selection:


  • Theological Education for a Migrant Centurythumb-wdab-en
    This collection of papers comes from a consultation in Guatemala in 2022. Coming out of the Latin American context, one in which migration is a major factor in the life of churches and communities, it offers the wider church a rich resource of insight, knowledge and wisdom to face these challenges in an informed and constructive way. 
    Download in English 
    Download in Spanish
    Download in Portuguese

  • Ecotheology Videosthumb-wdab-en
    This is a set of video presentations on ecological theology and practice, at an introductory level. The videos introduce some key issues and questions and include lists of further online resources. Videos can be incorporated within existing modules and programmes or studied in their own right. They present a range of voices from across the Anglican Communion – from all kinds of people and from all kinds of backgrounds, from the academy and from local churches, in a number of languages. A guide book to all the videos is available here. The videos themselves are available on the following YouTube channel

  • Being Anglican:thumb-wdab-en
    Discover the history behind contemporary Anglicanism through this introductory course for individuals and study groups. See Anglicans from across the world give testimonies about the experience of being Anglican today, and hear from church leaders and scholars about this, on a dedicated YouTube channel.

  • Anglican Doctrine
    These include a new introduction to Christian doctrine study guide - What do Anglicans Believe? A Study Guide to Christian Doctrine from Anglican and Ecumenical Statements. This study guide is available in English, French, Spanish and Portuguese

  • Ministry Grids:
    These are competencies that TEAC believes are essential for people engaged in various forms of ministry and discipleship within the Anglican Communion