Frequently Asked Questions about Membership

Q. I would like to join as an individual member, but really can't afford the $10,000 initial membership. Is there some other way I can participate?

A. Yes, there are several ways. You can join with several others and create your own membership chapter through pooled resources -- that's what the Seattle and the Ponte Vedra, Florida, chapters have done -- or you may participate in a broad-based membership, like the one at St. Alban's parish in Washington. Or, if you may want to spread out your initial $10,000 membership payment into more convenient instalments, our Treasurer can help. You can contact him at

Q. Who can attend the annual meeting in the UK and the Communion Visits?

A. All members are invited to the annual meeting. In addition to a business session featuring prominent speakers from the Communion, the program includes dinner, a group audience, and worship with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Society members can register for Communion Visits and Study Trips and each receives subscriptions to the Society’s newsletter The Compass Rose Communicator and Anglican World magazine

Up to two guests may accompany an individual member or couple to the annual meeting and program with the Archbishop of Canterbury; up to four chapter members may attend; the rector, one guest and two parish members may attend from a member parish; the bishop, a guest, and two others may attend from a member diocese