Anglican Network For Intercultural Churches (ANIC)
Become an ANIC member and help develop and implement robust intercultural mission toolkits offering guidance, strategies, and principles to promote intercultural engagement, diversity, and inclusion within the Church of England.
The Anglican Network for Intercultural Churches (ANIC) was launched on 26 April 2023 during the inaugural Anglican Intercultural Mission Conference at St Pauls Slough. Its purpose is to serve as a mission vehicle to champion intercultural worshipping communities within the Church of England.
INTERCULTURAL MISSION CONVERSATIONS
Who Can Join?
ANIC is for anyone and everyone who hopes to see a new intercultural worshipping community emerge in their parish, either out of existing initiatives or in a new form. You can be from any church, small or large, from any tradition or church background, with or without a dominant UKME/GMH population.
Even so, those leading churches and ministries with significant UKME/GMH populations are encouraged to join the network. Additionally, clergy in administrative roles, racial justice and mission leads, vocational advisers, safeguarding officers, human resource officers, theological teachers, and students, and those providing ministry training of any kind, in addition to chaplains in any context, would benefit from joining.
What You Get
As a member, you become part of the intercultural mission learning community and receive invitations to the Anglican intercultural mission conferences, monthly e-newsletters, and e-training seminars. You will also have free access to learning resources, including a complimentary subscription to the quarterly Oxford Journal of Intercultural Mission (OJIM).
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