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“The Anglican Communion is one of the largest networks of human connection in the world. I give abundant thanks for the ongoing ministry of the Compass Rose Society to help enable continued ministry to and with people in various contexts throughout the world.”

~ The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori, former Presiding Bishop & Primate, The Episcopal Church

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Money received from memberships and yearly contributions supports the mission and program work of the Anglican Communion and the Anglican Consultative Council.

There are a few different modes of membership, depending on how a person or group would like to be involved. Chapters include Parish and Diocesan groups, and groups of like-minded friends who desire to support the worldwide work in the Anglican Communion. A group of people or an individual may gather together to raise the $10,000 membership fee, followed by yearly contributions.

The Compass Rose Society supports development and education projects around the world. These projects are selected on the basis of regular study trips, in which members have the opportunity to participate. Members are also invited to attend annual meetings in London, which are hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Through their involvement with the Canadian Compass Rose Society, members have supported more than 30 different projects, strengthening relationships among Anglicans, and benefitting countless communities worldwide.

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Helping to serve a meal in Southern Malawi

“I greatly appreciate the commitment that the Compass Rose Society has made to the global ministry of my office and the Anglican Communion. The Society has supported several of my predecessor’s initiatives including the Anglican Observer to the United Nations, the Bible in the Life of the Church, and theological textbooks for seminary libraries and, during my tenure, the Continuing Indaba project.”

~ The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury