Anglican Consultative Council (ACC)
1969 London UK
1969, London (UK), within the F-XF5079 - Anglican Communion, pursuant to a resolution of a Conference, 1968, London, of the F-XF3759 - Lambeth Conference of Bishops of the Anglican Communion. New constitution adopted 2010.
Function as an advisory body to follow up Lambeth Conference resolutions and provide continuity and policy guidance within the Anglican Communion; share information about developments with other parts of the Communion; serve as an instrument of common action; develop as far as possible agreed Anglican policies in the world mission of the Church; encourage national and regional Churches to engage together in developing and implementing such policies by sharing their resources to the advantage of all; encourage and guide Anglican participation in the ecumenical movement and in ecumenical organizations.
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Council comprises up to 3 representatives of each Province of the Communion. President is the Archbishop of Canterbury. Chairman; Vice-Chairman; Secretary-General. Anglican Communion Office (ACO). Communications Office.
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