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Published by S.P.C.K. & S.P.G. in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Anglican Communion -- Missions,
  • Missions.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by E.R. Morgan and Roger Lloyd.
ContributionsMorgan, E. R. 1888-1979, Lloyd, Roger Bradshaigh, 1901-
The Physical Object
Pagination212 p.
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14935874M

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The Anglican Communion is a gathering of autonomous particular Churches consisting of Provinces, Dioceses, Extra-Provincial Jurisdictions, Vowed Religious Communities, Acknowledged Communities and various societies of apostolic works under the pastoral oversight of Bishops, Archbishops and Primates. The Anglican expression of the faith is distinct from the Roman Catholic as well as the European Reformed Churches, as Anglican communities . Plan: 12 books in a new Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion book series, for which SPCK are providing the publishing services, with four editors from Africa (Lydia Mwaniki), Asia (Muthuraj Swamy), Middle East (Samy Shehata) and Latin America (Joanildo Burity), co-published in the South.   The Anglican Communion loves its jargon – key words and buzz phrases that spring up in conversations, sermons, and speeches. One of these phrases is “the Five Marks of Mission”. The Anglican Communion News Service has commissioned a series of articles looking at each of the Five Marks and we will publish these in the coming weeks. So our mission, following the mission of God in the life and growth of his beloved Son, should involve education (mind), development (body), evangelism (spirit) and justice (community). The five marks of mission of the Anglican Communion echo these interweavings. 2.

Anglican Witness and the SIDD co-ordinating group monitors and showcases the best resources, publications and ministries. See Resource Hub for more information. The Anglican Communion Director for Mission, Revd Canon John Kafwanka, wrote a major report on Intentional Discipleship and Disciple-Making for ACC The mission of the Church is the mission of Christ. To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom. To teach, baptise and nurture new believers. To respond to human need by loving service. To transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and pursue peace and reconciliation. As of June , the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project has been integrated into the Theological Education department in the Anglican Communion Office and renamed as Theological Education for Mission in the Anglican Communion (TEMAC).This article outlines plans through to Welcome to the official website of the Anglican Communion, a family of churches in more than countries. Read about what Anglicans/Episcopalians believe. Learn about their work in a wide range of ministries and activities.

The Anglican Communion loves its jargon – key words and buzz phrases that spring up in conversations, sermons, and speeches. One of these phrases is ‘The Five Marks of Mission’. The Anglican Communion News Service has commissioned a series of articles looking at each of the Five Marks and we will publish these in the coming weeks. Resources from the Books section Salvation as Praxis: A Practical Theology of Salvation for a Multi-Faith World. Growth and Decline in the Anglican Communion is the first comprehensive study of its dramatic growth and decline in the years since The contributors in this book consider mission through the lens of 'prophetic dialogue. Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion. TEAC is helping to prepare the Anglican Communion for the Lambeth Conference in by taking on and completing the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion project has organised three intercontinental conferences of global . He considers the Anglican roots within the nature of mission, current tensions in the Church and how they relate to social engagement, the history of mission and Church structures. An underlying theme of this book is power; how power has been exercised in God's Church, and how it should be used in the Anglican Communion :