Where is my local Anglican church?
In our Find a Church
section, you’ll find a list of all the Anglican churches in our diocese, with contact information for each church. You can search by address or postal code to find churches near you.
How do I become an Anglican?
Whether you’re a baptized Christian or you’re exploring Christianity or Anglicanism for the first time, you are most welcome at your local Anglican church. You may become a member of the Anglican Church (“an Anglican”) by regularly attending an Anglican parish and contributing to its life and ministry. It really is as simple as that.
If you are baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity in a Christian church or denomination, your baptism is acknowledged as valid within the Anglican Church. You may also choose to be formally received into the Anglican Church or to make a public profession of faith through a service of reception or confirmation when the bishop is present. Speak to your parish priest for more information about this.
If you are not baptized and are interested in becoming baptized, please approach your parish priest. You can also learn more on our Baptism page.
When, where and how can I get confirmed?
Your parish priest will be able to tell you all about the confirmation, what it means and what it entails. He or she will also be able to tell you about attending confirmation classes.