Anglicare Tasmania is an organisation of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Tasmania committed to the basic doctrines of the Christian faith drawn from the Old and New Testament Scriptures.
It is committed to the three ecumenical creeds:
It is committed to foundational Anglican doctrine, including the 39 Articles, Book of Common Prayer, and the doctrine of the Anglican Church of Australia and Diocese of Tasmania.
Faith: Its faith in God, as One-in-Three-Persons, whose redemptive purpose for the world is revealed in the Person of Jesus Christ.
Christ: That the Lord Jesus Christ proclaimed in word and deed the presence of the Kingdom of God through mission to the world—a calling of people to repentance and belief in the gospel, and to love our neighbour through practical ministry to others and by enabling reconciliation, peace, wholeness and justice.
Being: God’s concern for the whole person, about how people relate to others and the world, and that justice and mercy form the hallmarks of society.
Needs: That the Bible and Christian tradition recognise the practical and spiritual needs of people in finding fullness of life and that these needs are to be addressed with respect, compassion, justice and hope.
Presence: The redemptive presence of God in the world.