Meeting of Anglican and Old Catholic Bishops in Continental Europe
Based on their vision to act together in Europe as a common home, the Anglican and Old Catholic bishops in Europe share their experiences and consult on the situation in their churches. Together they seek ways for their mission to make the church present in society. The bishops meet annually. Participating in the meeting are the bishops of the Union of Utrecht, the bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe (The Episcopal Church), the bishops of the Diocese in Europe (Church of England) the bishop of the Lusitanian Catholic Apostolic Evangelical Church in Portugal and the bishop of the Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church in Spain.
Every year the Willibrord Letter is sent by the Anglican and Old Catholic Bishops in Europe.
Anglican Old Catholic International Consultive Council (AOCICC)
The Anglican Old Catholic International Consultive Council (AOCICC) is the official instrument serving the communion between Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht and the Churches of the Anglican Communion which was brought about in 1931 through the Bonn Agreement. Council members are appointed by the IBC and the Anglican Communion Office.
Read the latest news of the AOCICC here