Anglican1000 is an initiative of the Anglican Church in North America and her ministry partners to raise up Anglican congregations and communities of faith across North America to reach people with the transforming love of Jesus Christ.
During his investiture, Archbishop Bob Duncan made the astonishing, prophetic call for 1000 new works during his ministry. A few months later, a team of leaders gathered in Plano to dream about a cooperative movement to plant churches and answer this call. What began as an applause line during Archbishop Bob Duncan’s installation sermon has become a strategic initiative chaired by the Rev. Canon David Roseberry with the vision to plant new works in the Anglican Way to reach North America with the Good News.
The Anglican Relief and Development Fund works within the worldwide Anglican Communion to maximize life change in some of the most challenging parts of the world by mutually crossing cultural and economic boundaries; focusing on Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East; supporting holistic, community based projects that incorporate evangelism; striving to use the highest quality project research and outcome evaluation available; and providing a spiritually-enriching, thoughtful and satisfying giving experience for our donors.
Anglican Global Mission Partners collaborate with Anglican bodies in cross-cultural mission through exhorting, equipping, sending and receiving in ways that increase the impact of one another’s ministries and the entire Body of Christ.
The Anglican Church in North America unites some 100,000 Anglicans in nearly 1,000 congregations across the United States and Canada into a single Church. It is a Province-in-formation in the global Anglican Communion. The Most Rev. Robert Duncan is the archbishop of the Church and bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Pittsburgh.
The Anglican Church in North America was initiated at the request of the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCon) in June 2008 and formally recognized by the GAFCon Primates – leaders of Anglican Churches representing 70 percent of the active Anglicans globally.
North American Anglicanism is undergoing a realignment that affects every Anglican and Episcopalian today. The American Anglican Council is here to build up and defend Great Commission Anglican churches in North America and worldwide. We provide individuals, clergy, and congregations with the latest news from the Anglican world, assistance and counsel, leadership development programs and resources to equip the local church.
CANA is the “Convocation of Anglicans in North America” which is a missionary district sponsored by the largest and most vibrant province of the Anglican Communion, the Church of Nigeria which at c.19 million members accounts for about 25% of the membership of the entire Anglican Communion. CANA’s members, who reflect a wide scope of ethnic and racial identities, embody a healthy balance of the catholic, evangelical, and charismatic streams of Anglican Christianity.
The Anglican Mission
exists to glorify God by building an alliance of congregations in North
America committed to gathering, planting and serving dynamic churches
in the Anglican tradition.
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans is a fellowship of people united in the communion (koinonia) of the one Spirit and committed to work and pray together in the common mission of Christ.
The Federation of Anglican Churches in the Americas, in obedience to our Lord’s command that His people be one, envisions faithful Anglican Churches working together in communion to fulfill the Great Commission.
Forward in Faith North America is a fellowship people and churches who embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ, who uphold the Evangelical Faith and Catholic Order which is the inheritance of the Anglican Way.