As an initiative of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA), we are associated with the following ministries who serve current and future leaders (both lay and ordained) in our denomination.


Anglican Multi-Ethnic Network (AMEN)

Scholarly Articles & Resources for Anglican Congregations

AMEN is a group of individuals, organizations, and churches in the ACNA who are dedicated to encouraging the church to better embody the universal saving power of the gospel by supporting multi-ethnic Anglican Churches. We work to increase the presence of people of color in existing congregations. We believe that to do this work effectively it is important that our churches address the varied historic and ongoing concerns of people of color, especially issues of social justice. The Executive Leadership Team and the Leadership Advisory Council are working to broaden the reach of the Network.

Visit AnglicanMultiethnic.org to learn more.


Always Forward

Church Planting Initiative of the Anglican Church in North America

Always Forward is a collaborative effort of the province, dioceses, local churches, and people of the ACNA working together for the planting of new gospel-centered, sacramental, missional churches. The mission of Always Forward is threefold: (1) Equipping a movement by multiplying church-planting churches. (2) Strengthening our dioceses by raising up new planters through equipping and catalyzing resources. (3) Supporting local planters by connecting them to a larger network of loving relationships to give them the best possible chance of planting healthy churches in healthy ways.

Visit Always-Forward.com to learn more.


New Wineskins Missionary Network

Mobilizing Anglicans for Cross-Cultural Mission Around the World

Founded in 1974, New Wineskins Missionary Network mobilizes Anglicans to be more knowledgeable, active, and effective in fulfilling our Lord’s Great Commission. New Wineskins raises mission awareness and provides resources. They launch mission networks and encourage praying and caring for missionaries. And they have been hosting the New Wineskins for Global Mission conferences every three years since 1994. Over 1,000 participants from over 60 nations attended our New Wineskins Global Mission Conference. The next conference will be in 2022, stay tuned for dates.

Visit NewWineskins.org to learn more.


Every Tribe & Nation Network

Partnership Building Relationships, Respect & Release

Building a network of people from all nations across ethnic, national, and regional lines for the release of leadership into the next generation. They facilitate church partnerships between diaspora communities in North America and the ACNA. Promoting respect between people of different ethnic, national, and church communities. Providing resources enabling churches and leadership to better serve the growing immigrant population in North America. Developing leaders in ethnic communities, training, and releasing them for the mission of the Church: from everywhere to everywhere.

Visit ETNN.org to learn more.


Matthew 25 Initiative

Serving the Vulnerable, Marginalized & Under-Resourced

Matthew 25 is a community of Anglicans in North America who companion and contend for shalom among the vulnerable, the marginalized, and under-resourced communities fulfilling Jesus’ call to love “the least of these.” They also exist to help ACNA churches to learn about and connect with the work serving those on the margins, happening within our denomination. Their initiative seeks to partner with justice and mercy ministries in their critical launch stage through their matching grant program and assemble laborers from the field for learning and refreshment through our Gathering.

Visit AnglicanJusticeAndMercy.org to learn more.


Young Anglicans

Youth Ministry of the Anglican Church in North America

Young Anglicans serves the ACNA, working to make effective Christ-centered ministry to teenagers thrive in every diocese and every congregation. In general, by the grace of God, they are expanding with growing programs and new initiatives starting regularly. God has blessed their ministry and they remain very grateful to Him and to the leadership of the ACNA for the opportunity to serve our Church and our churches’ adolescents. Young Anglicans work to train, network, resource, and recruit youth ministers, and advocate for ministry to adolescents at the congregational, diocesan, and provincial level.

Visit YoungAnglicans.com to learn more.


The Telos Collective

Forming Leaders at the Intersection of Gospel and Culture

The Telos Collective gathers Anglican leaders from every diocese who think like missionaries and are committed to using every strategy at their disposal to reach 21st century North America for Christ. This group of speakers, authors, and podcasters exegetes the culture within the biblical framework of God’s desire for humanity. They aim to renew the Anglican church with the confidence and tools to turn outward—to be re-missioned and re-sent into the world to joyfully make disciples. Their voice is deeply sacramental, missional, a rooted, which is desperately needed in contemporary culture.

Visit TelosCollective.com to learn more.