Grounded in the Church’s mission to challenge and change the unjust structures of the world, the Anglican Alliance has a mandate to bring together development, relief and advocacy work across the Communion.
Arising from a decision of senior Anglican clergy, the Alliance has the backing of all sections of the Anglican Communion.
Above all, the Alliance belongs to everyone in the worldwide Anglican family committed to working for a world free of poverty and injustice.
Throughout the world, wherever there are crises, Anglican agencies are there with their experience and expertise.
There are 38 Provinces, or member churches, in the Anglican Communion and six other national or local churches known as Extra Provincials. Many Provinces have development, education, health and social service departments working for a better future.
In Africa, the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) brings together the Communion’s work across the continent, and is a key partner for the Anglican Alliance.
Board of Trustees
The Alliance is constituted as a charitable company with a Board of Trustees.
One of our trustees, Gillian Hoyer from Canada / PWRDF. talks about her work with the Anglican Alliance in a reflection she made for Advent.
Our Advisory Council represents all the regions of the Anglican Communion. Its purpose is to advise on the priorities and strategy of the Anglican Alliance, and to connect to the regions of the Communion.
Work is carried forward by our staff worldwide.
Companion Links & Networks
Churches and individuals within the Anglican Communion come together through diocesan links and global thematic networks.