|Resources||Worldwide Anglicanism||Anglican Dioceses and Parishes|
|Noted Recently||News Centre||A to Z||Start Here||The Anglican Communion||Africa||Australia||BIPS||Canada|
|Letters to AO||News Archives||Events||Anglicans Believe...||In Full Communion||England||Europe||Hong Kong||Ireland|
|Search, Archive||Newspapers Online||Vacancies||The Prayer Book||Not in the Communion||Japan||New Zealand||Nigeria||Scotland|
|Visit the AO Shop||Official Publications||B||The Bible||B||South Africa||USA||Wales||WorldB|
|Help support AO||B||B||B||B||B||B||B||B|
|This page last updated 21 April 2019||
Anglicans Online last updated 21 April 2019
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND is one part of the Anglican Communion. England (along with Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) is part of the United Kingdom for secular purposes, but there are separate Anglican Churches in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. We reflect this by having pages for each.
If you know of a web site that should be listed here and is not, please tell us.
This web site is independent. It is not official in any way. Our editorial staff is private and unaffiliated. Please contact email@example.com about information on this page. ©2019 Society of Archbishop Justus