Important Documents of Our Church and our Movement 

The Anglican Formularies
The formularies (defining documents) of the Anglican tradition world-wide have recently been affirmed in the draft Anglican Covenant as including the 1662 Book of Common Prayer as the standard of doctrine and worship, the Ordinal (containing the forms for "ordering" or ordaining deacons, priests and bishops), and The Thirty-nine Articles of Religion. These documents in turn center Anglican Christianity on the Canonical Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments and uphold these Holy Scriptures "as containing all things necessary for salvation and as being the rule and standard of faith". They further affirm that the catholic creeds (The Apostles' Creed, the Nicene Creed, the creed of St. Athanasius) "set forth" that faith. For the Anglican Church of Canada, the Solemn Declaration of 1893 affirms all these historic foundational documents as the basis for its faith, identity and very existence.


Solemn Declaration of 1893 
The founding declaration of Anglicanism in Canada. Read More...


The Montreal Declaration of Anglican Essentials
This declaration was adopted at a national conference of Anglicans from across Canada in June 1994 and serves as the theological basis of those involved in this on-going movement. Read More...


A Church in Turmoil
Over the past 50 years, societies around the world have been going through the most wrenching and profound cultural and political changes in the history of the world. Read More...


Windsor Report, October 2004
What do we believe is the will of God for the Anglican Communion? Foreword By The Most Reverend Dr Robin Eames Archbishop of Armagh, Chairman of the Lambeth Commission. Read More...