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[1977 Anglican Church Statistics]

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Date
1978 December 14
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Date
1978 December 14
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Text
Toronto, Dec. 14, 1978
For immediate release
For the first time since 1950, total membership of the Anglican Church has dipped below the one million mark. The statistics are submitted by Dioceses across the country each year to the National Office of the Church in Toronto. Those for 1977 were released last week by the Church's national treasurer, John R. Ligertwood. They show the total membership reported on Parish rolls was down to 997,371 from 1,008,929 in 1976.
However, giving for the year was up. Total parish income at the local level was $64.8 million as compared to $58.2 million in 1976. The Church's 30 Dioceses reported a total income of $14.1 million, an increase of almost $1 million. The General Synod of the Church received just over $3 million from the Dioceses for its work in Canada and overseas.
Church School enrollment, which has been dropping drastically (eg. a decrease of 2,400 between 1975 and 1976) went down only about 600 in the year. However, the number of teachers reported was up from 12,900 to 13,500. The 93,400 children are in 31 fewer Sunday Schools than in 1976.
The number of clergy remained fairly constant, though the total new ordinations increased slightly, 154 Deacons and Priests compared to 142 in the previous year. There were 21 additional Clergy and 1 more Bishop, serving in 3,072 congregations, 147 less than in 1976.
The total number of Baptisms (24,400) and Confirmations (18,100) was a minimal decrease, while the number of persons received into the Anglican Church from other Communions increased slightly to 556. Marriages dropped by 700, and there were 100 more funerals.
Mr. Ligertwood's report to the Bishops and members of the Administration and Finance Committee contains only "raw figures," it makes no attempt to analyze the statistics or predict trends.
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For further information, please contact:
Richard J. Berryman
Media Officer
The Anglican Church of Canada
600 Jarvis St.
Toronto, Ont. M4Y 2J6
Telephone: 924-9192 ext. 286
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Church membership - Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Church giving - Anglican Church of Canada
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Administration and Finance Committee Report

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official2778
Date
1978 May 10-12
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1978 May 10-12
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Mr. D.R. Smith
Seconder
Rt. Rev. F.R. Gartrell
Text
That the following recommendations of the Administration and Finance Committee be received and approved:
(a) That National Executive Council issue a statement that, while it recognizes that the government has a right and obligation to enforce the terms of the Income Tax Act and other statutes, it protests the increasing involvement of the government in the legitimate activities of Canadian charities, and points out that the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada has made a practice of publishing its annual statistics and financial statements.
(b) That National Executive Council request the Canadian Council of Churches to initiate discussions with the Government of Canada leading to amendments to the sections of the Income Tax Act which place unreasonable restrictions on the expenditure of the funds of registered charities for charitable purposes outside Canada.
(c) That National Executive Council affirm the statement sent by the General Secretary of General Synod to the Prime Minister and Leaders of the Opposition Parties in response to the Revenue Canada Information Circular 78-3, Registered Charities: Political Objects and Activities.
(d) That National Executive Council request that Information Circular 78-3 of the Department of National Revenue, now withdrawn, be not replaced by a Circular which has a similar effect;
but that, if it is the avowed intent of the Department to issue a revised Information Circular 78-3, the Minister of National Revenue be asked to ensure that consultation takes place between representatives of his Department and of the national Churches, as well as of other major charitable organizations before such revision is completed.
(e) That National Executive Council request the Canadian Council of Churches to consult with other religious bodies to raise the issue of religious bodies being described in the Income Tax Act as "charitable organizations." CARRIED
Subjects
Charities - Law and legislation - Canada
Taxation - Canada
Taxation - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Revenue Canada
Church and state - Canada
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Canadian Council of Churches
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Administration and Finance Committee Report - Annual Statistical Reports

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official2654
Date
1979 May 22-25
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1979 May 22-25
Source
National Executive Council. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Mr. D.R. Smith
Seconder
Rt. Rev. T.D.B. Ragg
Text
That the Long Range Planning Committee be asked to evaluate the annual General Synod Statistical Report with a view to formulating specific recommendations and/or observations for consideration by the National Executive Council and General Synod. CARRIED
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Anglican Church of Canada. Long Range Planning Committee
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Anglican Church Directory

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog119
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5605 A3
Corporate Author
Anglican Church of Canada
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Book Centre
Material Type
Book
Notes
Title change. As of 1993: Anglican Church Directory. Formerly Anglican Year Book.
Current edition on Librarian's desk.
Added Entry
Anglican Year Book
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Yearbooks
Anglican Church of Canada - Directories
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
ISBN
1-55126-038-7 Spiral edition
0-921846-53-3 Regular edition
Call Number
BX 5605 A3
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
General Synod Archives
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The Anglican Church of Canada Prepares to Host Gatherings of Primates and ACC Standing Committee

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Date
1985 December
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Date
1985 December
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press Release
Text
The Anglican Church of Canada does not set out deliberately to be confusing to the remainder of the Communion, but manages to in spite of its best intentions. The Communion refers to it as "The Province of Canada" and to Primate Archbishop E.W. Scott as its Metropolitan. The Church itself, however, is organized into four Ecclesiastical Provinces and has therefore, in addition to the Primate, four Metropolitans. To add to the confusion, Canada as a country is a federation of ten civil units which are also called Provinces.
Within the four Ecclesiastical Provinces (Canada, Ontario, Rupert's Land and British Columbia) there are thirty Dioceses. In addition to the Diocesan Bishops there are about a dozen Bishops Suffragan. There are just over three thousand Clergy in parish and specialized ministries. The total membership on the rolls of its three thousand congregations is about one million.
One of the primary problems facing the Canadian Church is what the Archbishop of Canterbury, on his recent tour, described as "the tyranny of distance." Canada is a vast land, a vastness which is difficult for others to comprehend. The Diocese of the Arctic, the largest territorially in the world, contains 2,750,000 square miles with a total population of only 35,500. A single parish in the Diocese of Qu'Appelle in Saskatchewan has ten separate congregations in an area of 3,600 square miles. In some countries that could well be a small diocese! Here it is served by two priests.
Contrasted with this, the Church faces, in many places, all the problems of densely populated urban areas. The Diocese of Niagara, for example, covers only 3,000 square miles but has 117 congregations, and about 130 clergy. Toronto, the largest diocese, by population, in North America, has about 156,000 souls on its parish rolls, 237 parishes and nearly 300 clergy!
Canada has about 300,000 aboriginal people. Of these, roughly one-quarter is Anglican. There is a significant number (150) of ordained native clergy ministering in the Church. The Canadian Church is in the forefront of support of native people in their legal and practical struggles for recognition, aboriginal rights and claims to hereditary lands.
The Anglican Church of Canada has ordained women to the Priesthood since 1976. There are now well over one hundred female Priests. The Primate of the Church, speaking from his experience travelling about the Church has declared, "I am convinced that the ministry of women in the Priesthood has enriched our whole concept of ordained ministry. It has brought a new element to the gatherings of Priests and a new dimension to all the pastoral work of the Church wherever they minister. There is, also, a new sense amongst women of being fully members of the Church when they see women Priests ministering. In this sense the whole community is enriched."
The General Synod of the Church meets every three years. Each diocese sends its Bishops, plus an equal number of Clergy and Lay members, the total number varying by the number or ordained Clergy in the Diocese. It will next meet in June of 1986 in Winnipeg, the See City of the Diocese of Rupert's Land. At this meeting of the Synod, a new Primate will be elected to succeed Archbishop Scott who is retiring after fifteen years as Senior Metropolitan. Between General Synods the National Executive Council meets twice a year and has the executive authority of the General Synod. The NEC consists of 15 each of the orders of Bishop, Clergy and Laity, with each of the 30 Dioceses having at least one member. General Synod has a National Office in Toronto with a total executive and secretarial staff of about 130.
The Anglican Church of Canada is a strong supporter of the Partners In Mission process at all levels of the Church. Individual Dioceses are urged to hold such Consultations, and the National Church endeavours to supply Partners to other parts of the Communion whenever asked. A third national PIM Consultation for the Canadian Church will be held in March 1986. At this gathering the Church will examine three questions, which at this time are being considered in each of the Dioceses. Presentations from each Diocese will be incorporated in the deliberations of the national consultation. The questions are:
* What are the most important issues in ministry and mission today?
* What are some of the specific areas where we can discern God calling for the transformation of both church and society today?
* What changes could improve the partnership among international, national, regional, and local levels of the church?
It is hoped the focus on those questions in advance, the deliberations at the consultation and the continuing work on the report from it, will shape the mission and ministry of the Church in all aspects of its life.
In a recent letter Archbishop Ted Scott named these questions as vital to the real focus of our mission. He asked, "Are we as Anglicans becoming more like Jesus Christ? As we influence the wider world, and all we do, are we helping it become more the kind of world God wants it to be?"
Canada is a diverse, pluralistic, multi-lingual society, still growing, still seeking its own identity and sense of purpose in the world community. The Anglican Church of Canada is, in many ways, a microcosm of that society, and shares the exciting potential and problems of a young and vibrant member of the family of God.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - 20th century
Anglican Church of Canada - Demographics
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Native peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Partnership in Mission - Anglican Church of Canada
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The Anglican episcopate of Canada and Newfoundland

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6490
Author
Rowley, Owsley Robert, 1886-1949
Publication Date
[1928]
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5619 A54 1928
Author
Rowley, Owsley Robert, 1886-1949
Place
Milwaukee WI and London
Publisher
Morehouse Publishing; A.R. Mowbray
Publication Date
[1928]
Physical_Description
xx, 280 p. : ill., ports. ; 23.5 x 15.2 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"By Owsley Robert Rowley".
"With foreword by The Most Reverend and Right Hon. Randall Thomas Davidson ... Lord Archbishop of Canterbury".
"Morehouse Publishing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. A.R. Mowbray & Co., London". "Copyright in the United States by Morehouse Publishing Co. 1928. Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the year 1928, by Owsley Robert Rowley in the Office of the Minister of Agriculture." -- verso of t.-p.
Followed by: volume [1], The Anglican episcopate of Canada and Newfoundland by Owsley Robert Rowley. Milwaukee: Morehouse, c1928; volume 2, by A.R. Kelley and D.B. Rogers. Toronto: Anglican Church of Canada, [1961], volume 3, edited by David J. Carter and John W. Carter. Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, 1977; volume IV, by Michael Peers. Toronto, Anglican Book Centre, 2009.
Includes index.
"The aim of this book is to give some account of the life and work of every Bishop consecrated for the Church of England in Canada, for her Missionary Sees of Honan and Mid-Japan, and for the Church of England in Newfoundland. It is hoped it may convey to members of the Anglican communion in Canada and elsewhere a clear idea of the nature and ramifications of the work, and the practical sagacity with which the Church in British North America has been and is being governed".
Contents: Dedication dated Feast of the Epiphany 1928 -- Foreword / Randall Cantuar i.e. Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury -- Preface dated Feast of the Epiphany, 1928 / O.R. Rowley -- The Historic Episcopate -- Bishops of the Church of England in Canada in order of consecration -- The Canadian Episcopate: Succession of Bishops of the Church of England in Canada -- Bishops of the Church of England in Newfoundland in order of consecration -- Newfoundland Episcopate: Succession of Bishops of the Church of England in Newfoundland -- Table of Bishops of the Church in Canada and Newfoundland : Showing year of the age in which consecrated, died, and length of episcopate -- Dioceses throughout the World: In which the Bishop of the Church of England in Canada and Newfoundland were ordained deacon or priest -- Sundays and Holy Days: On which the Bishops of the Church of England in Canada and Newfoundland were consecrated -- Bishops in Canada and Newfoundland Translated from One Diocese to Another -- Resignations of Bishops of the Church of England in Canada and Newfoundland -- Bishops of the Church of England in Canada and Newfoundland : Who have taken part in the consecration of Bishops for the Church in other countries -- Elections to the Episcopate: List of Bishops and Priests elected to Sees of the Church in Canada, who declined their election [with biographies] -- Primates and Metropolitans: Of the Church of England in Canada -- Dioceses of the Church of England in Canada and Newfoundland : In Order of Foundation -- Statistical: Dioceses ... showing the number of Clergy, Lay Readers, Churches, Parsonages, Sunday Schools, Sunday School Officers and Teachers, Scholars, and Communicants -- Order of Foundation: Dioceses of the Church of England in Canada ... -- Alphabetical Index.
Series
[Anglican episcopate in Canada ; 1]
Added Entry
Anglican episcopate in Canada
Subjects
Church of England in Canada - Bishops - Biography
Anglican Church of Canada - Bishops - Biography
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Church of England in Canada - Statistics
Bishops - Canada - Biography
Bishops - Newfoundland - Biography
ISBN
0-919030-20-3
Call Number
BX 5619 A54 1928
Location
General Synod Archives
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Anglican-Lutheran Joint Communion Agreement : Synod Highlight and Ecumenical Milestone

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Date
2001 July 8
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Date
2001 July 8
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Text
Waterloo Ontario, 8 July 2001 -- An exuberant service of joint worship between Anglicans and Lutherans here today marked the capstone of celebrations concluding nearly two decades of discussions culminating in this week's historic entente between Canada's two largest episcopally-based protestant religious denominations.
The historic celebration of [the] Eucharist at Waterloo's civic stadium, bringing together more than 1,000 members of the two churches attending their respective national conventions, represented the first joint worship service following the successful passage, on July 6 [2001], of "The Waterloo Declaration", extending mutual recognition and full communion rights between the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC).
Throughout the week at adjacent university campus locations in this southwestern Ontario city for their respective national governing council meetings, Anglicans and Lutherans held simultaneous votes, with all but unanimous support, on the carefully-framed declaration of cooperation -- "The Waterloo Declaration : Called to Full Communion" -- which had been under extensive discussion and review by both churches since the mid-1980s.
"This marks a pivotal moment in the movement toward Christian ecumenism in Canada, and a landmark in the history of the Anglican Church," said Archbishop Michael Peers, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada following the all-but-unanimous vote at the 36th meeting of Anglican General Synod. "For me personally, it marks the climax of nearly 30 years of personal hopes and aspirations."
Bishop Telmor Sartison, ELCIC National Bishop and Lutheran counterpart to the Anglican Primate, said following the vote at the ELCIC convention, "it was so moving, it was hard to hold back the tears of happiness". In a sign of the times, the two bishops announced the outcome of their respective ballots in a cellphone conversation relayed to cheers and applause from more than 300 delegates attending both Anglican Synod and the Lutheran Convention.
The Waterloo Declaration -- so named because both ACC and ELCIC delegates held simultaneous national conferences in this namesake city in anticipation of a successful outcome on inter-church partnership -- sets out terms under which Anglicans and Lutherans acknowledge a broad range of parities between their respective denominations, both forged during the Reformation in 16th century Europe.
While stopping short of a "merger" or "union" between the two churches, "The Waterloo Declaration" formally acknowledges agreement on a wide range of liturgical issues, establishes full interchangeability between clergy of both churches and permits full "communion rights" among members of each denomination.
The agreement creates a religious fellowship numbering more than one million formally registered church members throughout Canada, linking the ACC's official parish membership of well over 700,000 with the ELCIC's membership of more than 200,000. Official statistics of church membership are difficult to assess accurately. In the case of the ACC, official Census Canada statistics list the number of Anglicans at more than 2.2 million while parish membership of regular attendees produces the smaller statistic.
This week's Anglican-Lutheran cooperation agreement mirrors similar ecumenical partnerships already forged between Anglicans in Great Britain and Lutherans in Scandinavian countries, as well, between the two denominations in the United States.
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For further information contact: Anthony Whittingham, ACC Communications, 416-924-9199 ext. 324; 6416-738-8909 (Mobile)
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod (36th : 2001 : Waterloo, Ont.)
Anglican Church of Canada - Relations - Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada - Relations - Anglican Church of Canada
Full communion
Ecumenical movement - Anglican Church of Canada
Ecumenical movement - Canada
Waterloo Declaration
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada - Statistics
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Anglitrends : a profile and prognosis : a study carried out for the Anglican Diocese of Toronto

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog293
Author
Bibby, Reginald W. (Reginald Wayne), 1943-
Publication Date
1986
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 B53 1986
Author
Bibby, Reginald W. (Reginald Wayne), 1943-
Edition
[Concise Report]
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Diocese of Toronto
Publication Date
1986
Physical_Description
iii, 25 p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
Cover title.
"[B]y Dr. Reginald W. Bibby, Department of Sociology, The University of Lethbridge".
"April 1986".
"I believe that, for the first time in the Canadian Church, a sociological study has been made of a Diocese, namely the Diocese of Toronto. 'Anglitrends' has been prepared by an 'outside' sociologist, so that it represents an objective point of view. However, it's real value doesn't lie in endless statistics, but in the indication it gives of trends and direction of thinking which are taking place in our Diocese. As you read the report you will find a picture which will enable us to understand clearly what is happening to a part of the Church in the late 20th Century". -- [Prefatory letter].
Includes bibliographical references.
"Research involving organizations, including characteristics such as membership and effectiveness, is often 'dangerous'. Properly conducted, it unveils the positive but also the negative, the undesirable along with the desirable. For many organizations, the easy way out is not to look at all. Significantly, churches in Canada have hardly been known for systematic, organizational 'soul searching', especially by an outsider. I therefore commend the Toronto Anglican Diocese for looking to the tools of modern social science as a means of better understanding its people, in order that it might more effectively minister. Perhaps the major contribution the Diocese will make to the rest of Canada is in providing the most vivid portrait to date of the nature of contemporary religion in this country. Southern Ontario Anglicans offer not only a portrait but a mirror. They differ not in kind, but because of this study, in their transparency." -- On the Dangers of Self-AnalysisL A Sociologist's Note.
Contents: [Prefatory letter] dated Toronto, 11 April 1986 / Lewis Garnsworthy, Archbishop of Toronto -- Acknowledgements -- Preface / Ivan R. Dyer, Coordinator of Evangelism, Anglitrends Diocese Liaison -- On the Dangers of Self-Analysis: A Sociologist's Note dated Lethbridge, Alberta, March 1986 -- Some Comments About the Survey -- Introduction -- Part One: A Profile of Toronto Diocesan Anglicans: Summary and Assessment -- Part Two: Toronto Diocesan Anglicans and Their Church: Summary and Assessment -- Conclusion -- Study Questions.
The report appears in two forms: the "Complete Report" with all the background information, graphs and details and a "Concise Report" with the main findings and some of the implications for the life and work of the Church. OTCH also has both: the Complete Report and the Precise Report. -- Information from introductory letter, dated 10 April 1986, laid in with Complete Report.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto - Surveys
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto - Statistics
Anglican Church of Canada - Surveys
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Christianity - Canada - Surveys
Religious research
Anglicans - Canada - Attitudes
Call Number
BX 5614 B53 1986
Location
General Synod Archives
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Anglitrends : a profile and prognosis : a study carried out for the Anglican Diocese of Toronto

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6702
Author
Bibby, Reginald W. (Reginald Wayne), 1943-
Publication Date
1986
Material Type
Book
Location
General Synod Archives
Call Number
BX 5614 B52 1986
Author
Bibby, Reginald W. (Reginald Wayne), 1943-
Edition
[Complete Report]
Place
Toronto ON
Publisher
Anglican Diocese of Toronto
Publication Date
1986
Physical_Description
x, 117 [+20] p. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"[B]y Dr. Reginald W. Bibby, Department of Sociology, The University of Lethbridge".
"April 1986".
"I believe that, for the first time in the Canadian Church, a sociological study has been made of a Diocese, namely the Diocese of Toronto. 'Anglitrends' has been prepared by an 'outside' sociologist, so that it represents an objective point of view. However, it's real value doesn't lie in endless statistics, but in the indication it gives of trends and direction of thinking which are taking place in our Diocese. As you read the report you will find a picture which will enable us to understand clearly what is happening to a part of the Church in the late 20th Century". -- [Prefatory letter].
Includes bibliographical references.
"Research involving organizations, including characteristics such as membership and effectiveness, is often 'dangerous'. Properly conducted, it unveils the positive but also the negative, the undesirable along with the desirable. For many organizations, the easy way out is not to look at all. Significantly, churches in Canada have hardly been known for systematic, organizational 'soul searching', especially by an outsider. I therefore commend the Toronto Anglican Diocese for looking to the tools of modern social science as a means of better understanding its people, in order that it might more effectively minister. Perhaps the major contribution the Diocese will make to the rest of Canada is in providing the most vivid portrait to date of the nature of contemporary religion in this country. Southern Ontario Anglicans offer not only a portrait but a mirror. They differ not in kind, but because of this study, in their transparency. Ironically, there will be critics who will seize on the Church's self-disclosure not to reconstruct but to destroy. The situation is not unlike you or me unveiling personal thoughts and emotions, only to have our vulnerability exploited. But that's the chance the Diocese has been willing to take. Sociologist Peter Berger has written that 'Christian commitment involves commitment to clear perception'. The pursuit of clear perception has its price, but it is not as high as the price paid for not having the courage to look at all." -- p. ix.
Contents: [Prefatory letter] dated Toronto, 11 April 1986 / Lewis Garnsworthy, Archbishop of Toronto -- Acknowledgements -- Table of Contents -- Summary of Tables -- Preface / Ivan R. Dyer, Coordinator of Evangelism, Anglitrends Diocese Liaison -- On the Dangers of Self-Analysis: A Sociologist's Note dated Lethbridge, Alberta, March 1986 -- Some Comments About the Survey -- Part One: A Profile of Toronto Diocesan Anglicans -- Introduction -- Their Characteristics -- Their Values -- Their Perception of Problems and Power -- Their View of Other Canadians -- Their Attitudes on Select Social Issues -- Their Source of Gratification -- Their Personal Concerns -- Part Two: Toronto Diocesan Anglicans and Their Church -- Church Involvement -- Beliefs and Practices -- Images of the Church and the Tradition -- The Anticipated Role of the Church -- The Church and Rites of Passage -- The Changing Church -- Patterns of Participation -- Conclusion -- Study Questions -- References -- Appendix A: Methodology -- Appendix B: The Questionnaire
The report appears in two forms: the "Complete Report" with all the background information, graphs and details and a "Concise Report" with the main findings and some of the implications for the life and work of the Church. OTCH also has both: the Complete Report and the Precise Report. -- Information from introductory letter, dated 10 April 1986, laid in with Complete Report.
Plastic coil binding.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto - Surveys
Anglican Church of Canada. Diocese of Toronto - Statistics
Anglican Church of Canada - Surveys
Anglican Church of Canada - Statistics
Christianity - Canada - Surveys
Religious research
Anglicans - Canada - Attitudes
Call Number
BX 5614 B52 1986
Location
General Synod Archives
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