Communiqué from the International Anglican Liturgical Consultation 2015

11. Considerable time was given to reviewing and strengthening the role of the Consultation as a network of the Anglican Communion. Revised guidelines for governance were adopted articulating the purpose of the Consultation:

to promote the deepening of communion between the Churches of the Anglican Communion by renewing its life of liturgy and prayer as integral to the mission of the Church;
to advise the Provinces and the Instruments of Communion on questions of liturgy and common prayer and to encourage and support conversation between the Provinces on questions touching on Anglican liturgical theology and practice;
to review developments in liturgical formation and practice in the Anglican Communion and among ecumenical partners, and to give advice upon them to the Provinces and the Instruments of Communion, with the intention to promote common understanding, consistency and coherence, both within the Anglican Communion and in ecumenical engagement;
to assist any Province with new proposals in the areas of liturgical formation, development and practice; and
to report the scope and results of its work to the Anglican Consultative Council.
This process was much assisted by the presence and contribution of the Director of Unity, Faith and Order for the Anglican Communion, the Revd Canon Dr John Gibaut.

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2 comments on “Communiqué from the International Anglican Liturgical Consultation 2015

  1. tjmcmahon says:

    Gee, what a surprise, the only member of the GS who could get a visa to enter Canada came from S Africa. So, once again, a “Communion” meeting disenfranchises over 2/3 of the Communion, and instead of strengthening Anglican liturgy, they get about the business of making it OK for TEC and Canada to adopt gay marriage.

    Usual Anglican Communion Office waste of time.

  2. Katherine says:

    As the “Instruments of Communion” are no longer interested in communion this was a complete waste of time.