We have a rich heritage of hosting visiting bishops, church leaders and religion scholars from around the Communion to conduct research, lead worship, give lectures and provide refection on how congregations in the Anglican Communion can thrive. In recent months, the Center has hosted leaders from Canada, Cuba, India, Kenya, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Taiwan, Tanzania and the United Kingdom. The Center continues to work to establish Fellowships for visiting clergy and scholars especially from the majority world.
We welcome and have a history of welcoming students from all over the globe, helping form future leaders in the Communion. In the past fifteen years, we have provided graduate level theological education to 75 students from over 25 countries.
We develop and maintain exchanges and residencies with partner institutions around the Communion, including St. George’s College, Jerusalem, Ripon College Cuddesdon in Oxford, England, and Msalato Theological College in Dodoma, Tanzania.