"!994 edition: revised 30 September 1996". -- t.-p.
"Published by the Anglican Communion Office, Partnership House, 157 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8UT,UK". -- back cover.
Contents: Churches of the Communion -- The Origin of the Anglican Consultative Council -- Functions -- The Constitution -- The Bye-Laws -- Schedule of Membership -- Previous Meetings -- Officers of the Anglican Consultative Council -- Member Churches of the Anglican Communion -- Personal Emergencies Fund.
2004-2005 was the last edition of the Anglican Cycle of Prayer prepared and published by Forward Movement.
For 2004 the Anglican Cycle of Prayer again uses a two-year cycle "2004-2005".
2004-2005 edition is divided into three main sections: [A Listing of] The Anglican Communion : The Churches, Provinces, and Extra-Provincial Dioceses of the Communion -- A Daily Guide for ... 2004 -- A Daily Guide for ... 2005.
Updated information is available on the web at: www.forwardmovement.org.
2004-2005 edition. FM 1760.
The 2003 edition of the Anglican Cycle of Prayer reverts to an annual edition. This edition has two sections: the first is the 52-week cycle that "highlights the National Church or Province for the comung week. Section two is a 365-day prayer cycle that includes dioceses by name and special intentions for Holy Days, Feasts and Fasts" -- Preface, pp. 6-7. FM 1722.
"The Anglican Cycle of Prayer is made available for the first time in a two-year cycle, for the years 1999-2000" -- Preface, Lambeth 1999 edition.
"Due to deadline constraints, this first edition of the Anglican Cycle of Prayer 1999-2000, produced at Lambeth 98 to be distributed at the end of the conference, is not as complete as we had hoped. Corrections will be made to second edition, available by the end of August 1999". -- p.  Lambeth 1999 edition
OTCH has first and second editions of 1999-2000 publication.
2001-2002 edition. FM 1577.
1999-2000 edition includes: updated maps; text of Lord's Prayer in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Japanese and Swahili; and list of "National Days of Anglican Communion Nations". 1999-2000 copy is 2nd ed. FM1474.
Formerly Partners in prayer, 1975-1982.
1981 edition has Foreword by Archbishop Edward W. Scott, Primate, The Anglican Church of Canada.
Published for the Anglican Consultative Council by Church House Publishing in London, England and by Forward Movement Publications in Cincinnati, Ohio.
"The Anglican Communion Secretariat Official Edition".
Starting in 2004 the Cycle is being published in Cincinnati by Forward Movement and in London by the Anglican Communion Office. The Anglican Communion Office edition is being published in two parts: January - June 2004 and July - December 2004.
Anglican Communion Office edition is distributed with copies of "Anglican World". 1st issue of Anglican Cycle of Prayer, Anglican Communion Secretariat Official Edition, included with Anglican World, New Year 2003 / 2004, No. 112.
Only two parts published: January to June 2004 and May to September 2004.
"Edited by Sven Oppegaard [and] Gregory Cameron on behalf of The Lutheran World Federation [and] Anglican Consultative Council".
"The present publication contains reports and agreements achieved by Anglican-Lutheran dialogues at regional and international levels. These documents have all been published separately before, and the international agreements have also been collected in `Growth in Agreement', volumes I and II, published by the WCC, Geneva, in 1984 and 2000. It is the first time, however, that this sequence of ecumenical texts, including main documents from regional developments, is collected for comprehensive reference and study". -- Editors' Preface.
"In no other bilateral relationships have so many agreements of church union been reached, and these agreements have in some cases been extended to include churches of the Reformed tradition. Despite the fact that these developments have become quite well known, the texts of many of the agreements have not been easily available. It is with great satisfaction, therefore, that the Anglican Communion and the Lutheran World Federation together present this collection of all the major Anglican-Lutheran agreements of the last thirty years. Having these documents in one volume also makes it easier to see the processes which led to their creation and to make cross references." -- Foreword.
Contents: Editors' Preface / Sven Oppegaard and Gregory Cameron -- Foreword / John L. Peterson and Ishmael Noko -- Anglican-Lutheran Agreements : A Brief Orientation / David Tustin and Michael Root -- Report of the Anglican-Lutheran International Conversations 1970-1972 : Pullach, 1972 -- The Report of the Anglican-Lutheran European Regional Commission : Helsinki, August-September 1982 -- Report of the Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group : Cold Ash, Berkshire, England, 28 November - 3 December 1983 -- The Niagara Report : Report of the Anglican-Lutheran Consultation on Episcope : Niagara Falls, September 1987 / Anglican-Lutheran International Continuation Committee -- On the Way to Visible Unity : A Common Statement : Meissen, 18 March 1988 -- The Porvoo Common Statement : Text agreed at the fourth plenary meeting, held at Jarvenpaa. Finland, 9-13 October 1992 -- The Diaconate as Ecumenical Opportunity : The Hanover Report of the Anglican-Lutheran International Commission -- Called to Witness and Service : The Reuilly Common Statement -- Called to Common Mission : A :Lutheran Proposal for a Revision of the Concordat of Agreement : As adopted by the 1999 Churchwide Assembly of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the 2000 General Convention of the Episcopal Church -- Called to Full Communion : The Waterloo Declaration : As approved by the National Convention of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada and the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada, Waterloo, Ontario, 2001 -- Common Ground : Covenanting for Mutual Recognition and Reconciliation between The Anglican Church of Australia and The Lutheran Church of Australia : A Report from the Anglican-Lutheran Dialogue in Australia -- Anglican-Lutheran Developments in Africa -- The All Africa Anglican-Lutheran Commission : Nairobi, Kenya, 1-4 April 2001 : Report -- Growth in Communion : Report of the Anglican-Lutheran International Working Group 2000-2002.
Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group co-chaired by The Most Rev. E,W, Scott [Anglican Church of Canada] and The Most Rev. Dr. Olof Sundy [Lund, Sweden]. -- p. 18.
Includes bibliography, p. 23.
In 1981 the Anglican Consultative Council recommended "that the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) be invited to reconvene a Joint Working Group. This initiative was welcomed by the Executive Committee of the LWF in 1982. Both sides appointed an Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group and agreed that this group should: receive information about the development of Anglican-Lutheran relations in different parts of the world; assess the results of Anglican-Lutheran dialogues, especially in Europe, Tanzania and the USA; make recommendations with the intention of proposing how the two Communions might achieve full communion; suggest procedures that would assure closer cooperation between the two bodies. (4) The Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group met from 28 November to 3 December 1983 at The Cold Ash Centre, Cold Ash, Berkshire, England. The meeting was marked by a spirit of joy and gratitude for a new era in Anglican-Lutheran relations. The participants now submit their report to the ACC and LWF and through them to the Anglican and Lutheran churches". -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction dated Cold Ash, Berks., England, 3 December 1983 -- The Historical Background of Anglican-Lutheran Relations -- Anglican-Lutheran Relationships Today -- Goal of Anglican-Lutheran Dialogue -- Moving Towards Full Communion -- Recommendations -- Appendix I. Anglican-Lutheran Joint Working Group Participants -- Appendix II. Agreement adopted by the Conventions of the American Lutheran Church, the Association of Evangelical Lutheran Churches, the Episcopal Church in the USA and the Lutheran Church in America -- Appendix III. Anglicans and Lutherans living side by side in countries where both have a membership over 10,000 -- Appendix IV. Anglican-Lutheran Dialogue: Bibliography.
"Report of MISSIO, the Mission Committee of the Anglican Communion, to the Anglican Consultative Council, meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, September 1999".
The report of MISSIO, which was established in 1993 and made its final report in September 1999.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: Foreword / The Rt. Rev. Datuk Yong Ping Chung, Bishop of Sabah, Chair MISSIO -- Introduction -- Engaging with the Local Mission Context -- Transformed and Sent : Reflections on Dimensions of Anglican Mission -- Decade of Evangelism -- Training Leadership for Mission -- Patterns of International Mission Structure in the Anglican Communion -- The Struggle for Transformation -- Prayers for the Mission of the Church -- Resources for Mission and Evangelism : Training and Tools - Appendices -- Resources -- Notes -- Index.
Contents of Appendices: A: Memorandum Re Anglican Congress -- B: Ten Priorities in Evangelism -- Appendix C: Ten Principles of Partnership -- Appendix D: Apology and Covenant Documents.
Appendix D includes texts of apologies made by the Nippon Sei Ko Kai for World War II and by the Anglican Church of Canada to Aboriginal People for residential schools.
Editor Eleanor Johnson, Director of Partnerships, Anglican Church of Canada, is a member of MISSIO.