Minority of ACNA Anglican Leaders Satisfied with Effectiveness of Christian Training

A survey of leaders in the Anglican Church in North America reveals a need for a greater emphasis on Christian training ”“ traditionally known as “catechisis” ”“ in the church. Among the survey’s findings are:

* Only 17% of respondents are very satisfied with the overall effectiveness of catechesis in the Church;< * Where catechesis is offered, respondents believed it was often highly effective among adults, but generally saw it as less effective among children and, especially, adolescents; * When asked, “What is missing from current catechetical content?” the most frequent answer was the inability to move from belief to action. Read it all.


Posted in * Anglican - Episcopal, ACNA Inaugural Assembly June 2009, Anglican Church in North America (ACNA)