The AOGIA exists to be a resource to biblically faithful Anglican provinces, dioceses, parishes, missions, affiliated ministries, clergy, and laity. Below are some of the resources that the AOGIA has developed. This page will be continually updated so check back often.
The AOGIA team is uniquely equipped with scholars, theologians, professors, and experts in a range of topics who are continually curating relevant educational resources to equip Anglicans to be an effective public witness for Jesus Christ. From Civic Engagement Training for Clergy to articles on social ethics topics from a biblically informed Anglican perspective; the AOGIA seeks to equip leaders with the tools they need to lead in the challenging world we face today.
The AOGIA actively protects Anglican communities domestically by providing legislative education on key issues that are important to our constituency. Internationally, the AOGIA communicates with international NGOs, embassies, and the United Nations to advocate for the rights and freedoms of Anglicans around the world.
When Anglican organizations face a crisis or legal issue, the AOGIA's general counsel is mobilized to assist and provide invaluable support and consultation. From legal consultations to connecting with third-party legal service providers, the AOGIA's team has decades of varied legal experience.