Community Membership

Family

Open to Black people who worship, work, serve, study or volunteer in the Anglican Church community, in the past, present or those who aspire to be part of the Anglican community or support the stated mission and vision of Black Anglicans of Canada.
1- Individual  20$
2- Family  35$
3- Youth/Seniors/Retired/unemployed  10$
4- Church / Organization  75$

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Vision, Mission and Mandate
  • Financial Support
  • Voting Privileges

Allies

Open to internal and external allies who support the stated vision and mission of Black Anglicans of Canada
1- Individual  20$
2- Family  35$
3- Youth/Seniors/Retired/unemployed  10$
4- Church / Organization  75$

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Vision, Mission and Mandate
  • Financial Support
  • Non-voting Membership

Family

Open to Black people who worship, work, serve, study or volunteer in the Anglican Church community, in the past, present or those who aspire to be part of the Anglican community or support the stated mission and vision of Black Anglicans of Canada.
1- Individual  20$
2- Family  35$
3- Youth/Seniors/Retired/

unemployed

 10$
4- Church / Organization  75$

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Vision, Mission and Mandate
  • Financial Support
  • Voting Privileges

Allies

Open to internal and external allies who support the stated vision and mission of Black Anglicans of Canada
1- Individual  20$
2- Family  35$
3- Youth/Seniors/Retired/

unemployed

 10$
4- Church / Organization  75$

Responsibilities:

  • Support the Vision, Mission and Mandate
  • Financial Support
  • Non-voting Membership

VISION

We envision the Anglican Church of Canada as a faith community that values and respects the rich diversity of Black People who are empowered to enjoy equitable participation, representation and a sense of belongingness (inclusion) in the mission of Jesus Christ and in the full life of the Anglican Church.

MISSION

Our mission is to increase the participation, representation, empowerment and belongingness of Black People in lay and ordained leadership roles in the full life of the Anglican Church of Canada, and to develop partnerships with Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) and other oppressed peoples.