Agreed statements & reportsPour les titres français, cliquez ici
- Canadian Lutheran-Anglican Dialogue: Report and Recommendations (Apr. 1986)
- CLAD II: Response to the Niagara Report (1993)
- Called to Full Communion: The Waterloo Declaration (2000)
- Background and Reflections on the Policy Regarding Authorized Lay Ministries of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (2015)
Additional resourcesPour les titres français, cliquez ici
- Commentary on the Waterloo Declaration (Nov. 13, 2000)
- Guidelines for Clergy Serving in Each Other's Churches (2003)
- Guidelines for Common Worship (2003)
- Guidelines for Collaborative Congregational Ministries (2006)
- Governance Guidelines for Joint Anglican and Lutheran Congregational Ministries (2011)
- Waterloo Ministries Directory (2017)
In October 1982, the leaders of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada and the Lutheran Church of America – Canada Section (LCA-CS) called upn their respective churches to enter into a process of dialogue, the goal of which would be a convergence adequate to establish a pattern of (a) the mutual recognition of each other as churches where the Gospel is preached and taught, (b) the encouragement of practical cooperation, and (c) interim sharing of the eucharist, similar to that approved one month earlier in the United States. The first meeting of the Canadian Lutheran-Anglican Dialogue (CLAD) was held in October 1983. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, which came into being on January 1, 1986 following the merger of the two participating Lutheran churches, has also firmly committed itself to ecumenism.
The Joint Anglican-Lutheran Commission (JALC) is a group of individuals from each church who meet twice yearly to explore ways our two churches can work even more closely together in full communion. One example of this growing cooperation is the 2013 Anglican-Lutheran Joint Assembly.
La Commission mixte anglicane-luthérienne (JALC) est un groupe d’individus de chaque église qui se réunissent chaque année deux fois explorer les moyens nos deux églises peuvent travailler encore plus étroitement ensemble dans la pleine communion. Un exemple de cette coopération est de plus en plus l’Assemblée paritaire anglicane-luthérienne 2013.