What we stand for

Members of ANiC are committed to the foundational principles and historic standard of the Anglican tradition in Canada. We embrace Anglican orthodoxy – the biblically-faithful, authentically-Anglican way of following Jesus and being part of the “One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church”. This orthodoxy is defined by and centred on the classic formularies – or foundational principles of the Anglican tradition in Canada.

 

Biblically-faithful, Gospel-sharing, Globally-uniting

Members of the Anglican Network in Canada embrace Anglican orthodoxy – the biblically-faithful, authentically-Anglican way of following Jesus and being part of the “One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church”. This orthodoxy is defined by and centered on the classic formularies – or foundational principles of the Anglican tradition in Canada.

 

We affirm the Jerusalem Declaration

As members of the global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans, we affirm the Jerusalem Declaration (2008). And as a diocese in the Anglican Church in North America we affirm ACNA’s theological statement.

 

We affirm the founding principles of the Anglican traditions in Canada

We are committed to the foundational principles and historic standards of the Anglican tradition in Canada, including a commitment to:   
 



Anglican Network in Canada members believe in:
 

  • The supreme authority of the teaching of Holy Scripture as understood within the doctrinal formularies of historical Anglicanism, specifically, the Book of Common Prayer, the Thirty-nine Articles, the Ordinal and the Solemn
  • Declaration of 1893.
  • The triune nature of the one God, and the personal divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • The sinfulness of each and every person and the universal need of salvation.
  • The sinless life, atoning death, bodily resurrection and ascension, heavenly reign and future return in glory of the Lord Jesus Christ.
  • The essential realities of salvation encompassing the forgiveness of sins through justification, regeneration and adoption into the Father’s family, union and communion with Jesus Christ and the personal indwelling of the Holy Spirit, the practice of holiness, moral transformation into the image of Christ, and the future resurrection of the body for eternal life.
  • The preaching of the Word of God, the fellowship of the church, the ministry of the sacraments, and personal prayer – as the principal means of God’s grace.