Youth Network aims to breathe new life into Anglican Communion’s mission

December 11, 2019

Youth members at ACC17 with Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. Photo: ACNS

[Anglican Communion News Service] Young people across the churches of the Anglican Communion are being sought to represent their regions on the new Anglican Youth Network, which has now set out its vision and aims for the future.

One of the interim working group, Clifton Nedd, Anglican Consultative Council lay member and Anglican Alliance Caribbean facilitator, said the network fulfills the objectives of the Anglican Consultative Council resolutions in 2016 and 2019, ensuring that the church’s mission is open and inclusive of all.

“This is not simply about keeping young people connected or together as a means of sustainability,” he said. “There is a deeper goal: to support and facilitate the fulfillment of God’s mission in the lives of young people.”

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