Anglican Theological Educators Network
The Anglican Theological Educators Network is a national Anglican network of clergy and laypeople working in the ministry formation and development. Membership of the network is inclusive of all working broadly in the ministry formation and development of both laypeople and clergy; those working in areas such as the discernment, training and formation of prospective and new clergy; and those involved in all aspects of the ordination pathway and process.
The functions of the Anglican Theological Educators Network are to establish:
- a database with contact details, enabling members to be added and removed easily at their own request, and to facilitate contact with one another
- a web-site presence for the location and distribution of shared resources with a view to commending best practice
- an annual meeting to be hosted in turn by a different Province of the Anglican Church of Australia, with representatives of dioceses within that Province working together to arrange the venue and generate an agenda.
The Rt Rev’d Dr Bradly Billings (Diocese of Melbourne)
- Canons and Rules
- Standing Committee
- Corporate Trustees
- Reporting Groups
- Task Forces
- Working Groups
- General Synod Bodies
- Anglican Long Service Leave Fund