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Four Nations Faith and Order Consultation considers current issues

Meeting of representatives from Church of Ireland, Church of England, Church in Wales and Scottish Episcopal Church

18 June 2015

Canadian Anglicans explore models for vital and healthy parishes

Second annual joint consultation with Lutherans highlights importance of missional approach

26 May 2015

Canada: Anglicans, Lutherans to meet for Joint Assembly in 2019

Second-ever joint assembly to be held in Vancouver with Ecclesiastical Province of British Columbia and Yukon as co-host

07 May 2015

Anglican-Lutheran International Co-ordinating Committee Communique

The Anglican-Lutheran International Co-ordinating Committee (ALICC) held its second meeting at the Mariners’ Club, Hong Kong, 19 to 25 November 2014

09 December 2014

Canada: Joint Assembly planned for 2019

The Anglican Church of Canada and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC) have approved in principle a plan to hold a second joint assembly in 2019. 

26 November 2014

Canada: Youth discover that ministry is ‘worth it’

At CLAY 2014, Anglican and Lutheran youth gathered for worship, to explore different areas of ministry, and to discuss issues such as faith and social media, right to water, and being Church in today’s world.

20 August 2014

Church's mission analysed at Finnish church consultation

WCC's evanglism executive: "New mission churches emerge introducing new expressions of witnessing to the gospel"

03 April 2014

Arzobispo da la bienvenida a los líderes luteranos a Lambeth Palace.

Mirando hacia adelante ante la próxima celebración de los 500 años de la Reforma en 2017, un árbol de haya se plantó en el jardín Palacio de Lambeth.

01 April 2014

Abp Welby welcomes Lutheran leaders to Lambeth Palace

Archbishop Justin welcomed leaders from the Church Council of the United Evangelical Lutheran Church of Germany (VELKD) to Lambeth Palace today.

28 March 2014

Four-way dialogue deepens

The heads of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC), the Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) have agreed to co-ordinate their responses to "events that transcend" their borders, such as natural disasters.

08 January 2014