Advisory Council for Anglican Religious Life in Australia
- A Chair from among the members of the Bishops’ Conference appointed by the Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia.
- A Bishop and two other persons appointed by the Bishops’ Conference, after consultation with the Advisory Council. The appointment is to be for five years and renewable.
- Leaders of Religious Communities recognised by the Advisory Council. Where leaders are not available they may appoint a member of their Community to represent them.
- Leaders of Anglican Religious Communities and any liaison Bishop outside Australia may be invited to share in the work of the Advisory Council.
- A member from the Australian Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes [ACLRI] may be invited to attend meetings of the Council.
- The Advisory Council may invite representatives from Communities in formation at attend its meetings.
accrediting and recognition of new expressions of Religious Life;
b) on the protocol for receiving life vows;
c) on any other person referred to it by a Bishop.
9. To encourage relationships with other Advisory Councils within the Anglican Communion.
RECOGNITION OF RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES AND SINGLE CONSECRATED PERSONS
ACARLA has developed guidelines to advise Bishops in the Anglican Church of Australia on the recognition and acknowledgement of a religious community or a single person’s engagement with another form of religious life.
- Canons and Rules
- Standing Committee
- Corporate Trustees
- Reporting Groups
- Task Forces
- Working Groups
- General Synod Bodies
- Anglican Long Service Leave Fund