Be part of the Friends of the Anglican Centre

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The Anglican Centre has friends all around the world. Our hope - to see Christ's prayer at the Last Supper fulfilled, "that they may all be one" - is a hope which is shared by Christians of every denomination all across the world. The various groups of friends which support the Anglican Centre do far more than provide financial backing: they organise events, lectures, visits, and services to promote the cause of Christian Unity and bring supporters together to learn about the exciting developments in ecumenism today.

The most important gift our friends give us is their prayer, and you can explore some prayers for unity and the Centre here. That said, we also need to raise over £300,000 each year to meet the running costs of the Centre. The support of donors by gifts of any amount is invaluable. Donations can be one-off, or continue over a specified time. Find out more about our friends below.


The UK Friends

In recent years the UK friends have organised a major celebration of the Anglican Centre with the Archbishop of Canterbury in Westminster Abbey and a reception with His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales at Lambeth Palace. 

The American Friends

The American Friends of the Anglican Centre organise regular pilgrimages to Rome, as well as events in the States, especially when the Director comes to visit. In 2017 Archbishop Moxon and other Governors of the Centre visited, preached, and gave talks in Virginia, New York, Dallas, Houston, and Chicago
 

From anywhere else in world? Click here

We have friends and supporters across the world - but if you don't see someone from your country, get in touch and help us set something up! Already friends in Ireland and Canada are forming to set up formal groups...
 

 

 

 

 
The Anglican Centre is currently closed for refurbishment, however the staff will still be available by phone and e-mail.

Tuesday Eucharists will be at Caravita at 12:30 each week, apart from August.