Anglicare, in response to the Christian faith, strives to achieve social justice and provide the opportunity for people in need to reach fullness of life.
What we believe
All people are to be treated justly, accorded dignity and respect and are to have their basic rights protected.
Where there is division and conflict, we should work to heal brokenness and reconcile differences.
Each person has the capacity to make and to bear the responsibility for choices and decisions about their life.
Those who provide and those who use services share a common humanity, calling forth compassion for each other's distress and hope for each other's future. Working with people in need demands a spirit of humility, free from blaming or judging.
Every person has the potential to live life abundantly.
We are committed to
working for the common good and a just and healthy society
upholding human rights
speaking out against injustice and oppression
valuing and celebrating difference and diversity within society
To read a theological consideration of Anglicare's role in mission, please visit Our Church Partners page.