Raising Up Leaders

The mission of the Next Generation Leadership Initiative is to discoverdevelop, and deploy leaders and ministry resources for the Anglican Church in North America.

Next Generation

In the next decade, a significant number of our existing clergy will retire, and we currently do not have a sufficient amount of young, talented leaders to replace them or to start new ministries.


Our network leaders are focused on raising leaders to bridge the significant gaps in the current outreach of the ACNA where we do not have an organized presence or unified vision.


Archbishop Foley Beach has established six ministry priorities to serve those at the local level by coming alongside them with support, resources, and networking. NGLI is one of these 6 prioritized areas of ministry.

Next Generation Leadership Initiative is a key ministry of the Anglican Church in North America, a church that is faithful to the Great Tradition, just in its concern for the needy, and as multi-ethnic as the Kingdom is.

Our Networks


Providing advocacy, training, and resources where all people are recognized as being fearfully & wonderfully made


Increasing the ethnic diversity of clergy for the sake of evangelism to all and authentic gospel witness


Developing and providing tools for family discipleship to parishes and dioceses


Working to see generations of students formed in Christ awakening churches, communities, and cultures


Discipling, encouraging, and empowering women (lay & clergy) to fulfill their callings and ministries

Latest Articles

Finding Christian community during Soul in the City

Finding Christian community during Soul in the City

“During a week of serving others and participating in the work that God is doing in a particular community, students are often able to experience the love of God personally in a powerful way.” Read more about how young people experienced Christian community during Soul in the City below.

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New perspectives at the border

New perspectives at the border

The same day that Title 42 was set to expire, and the eyes of the nation were waiting to see what would happen at the border, a team of Anglican students were there. Students from International Anglican Church in Colorado Springs spent part of their Christmas break...

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