(1) Furthering mutual understanding of its member Provinces, Jurisdictions and Ministries with a view to eventual union when and if deemed practical;
(2) Propagating the truths of the gospel as articulated and practiced in the historic Anglican way;
(3) Taking appropriate public and private steps in common causes in order to speak with one voice and act in concert for the welfare and witness of member Provinces, Jurisdictions and parishes;
(4) Pursuing a communal and charitable relationship with the world-wide Anglican Communion; and
(5) Planting mission parishes in the Americas
(2) The Executive Committee consists of all Presiding Bishops of member Provinces and Jurisdictions, plus one Clergy (Bishop or Priest) and one lay person from each Province or Jurisdiction. The Executive Committee shall elect the Moderator of the Federation out of the Presiding Bishops of member Provinces or Jurisdictions. The General Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected by the Executive Committee out of the clergy and lay delegates.
(3) The members of the Executive Committee shall be elected by their respective Province, Jurisdiction, Diocese or Ministry for a five year term, subject to re-election. If the office of a member of the Executive Committee in his own Province, Jurisdiction or Diocese terminates between General Congress sessions, then the Executive Committee is authorized to seat a replacement chosen by the Province, Jurisdiction or Diocese affected.
(4) The Executive Committee shall hold at least one meeting annually. The travel expenses for members shall be paid by the FACA Province, Jurisdiction, or Ministry.
(5) The General Secretary shall work in assistance to the Moderator of FACA. He shall maintain communication between the FACA Provinces, Jurisdictions, Dioceses, Parishes and Ministries by appropriate means. He shall receive from the Provinces, or Jurisdictions regular reports about their status. He shall prepare the sessions of the Executive Committee and is responsible for their minutes. He along with the Moderator is responsible for the implementation of decisions taken, the correspondence and distribution of reports. An Assistant to the General Secretary may also be elected.
(6) The treasurer is responsible for the finances of FACA
(2) If there is a single local parish in a non-member jurisdiction or diocese, which seeks communion with like-minded Anglicans in the sense of Article 2 Sentence 1, it may apply for parish membership in the Federation. Such membership provides no voting rights but does provide the opportunity for fellowship and interaction.
(3) Societies, Communities and Theological Institutions and other Ministries may also apply for parish membership.
(4) Each member Province or Jurisdiction agrees to pay an annual membership fee to Federation Treasury. Such fee shall be fixed by the Executive Committee.
(5) If a member Province, Jurisdiction, or Ministry ceases to follow the principles of Article 2, membership in the FACA can be terminated by the decision of the Executive Committee.
(2) The Mission Committee shall be available to provide coordination and assistance in forming and cultivating mission congregations begun by FACA members and make itself available for help in establishing corporations, administering an Anglican parish, finding supply clergy for holy days and seasons and fostering a greater sense of mission in the life of wider Anglicanism worldwide.
(3) Travel and accommodation costs for members of this committee shall be born by the respective member Provinces, and Jurisdictions.
(2) The Committee shall also be responsible for providing and, if needed, producing materials for use in Christian education.
(3) The Committee consists of two representatives from each Province, or Jurisdiction appointed by the respective presiding Bishops. The Chairman of the Committee shall be appointed by the Moderator of FACA in consultation with the Executive Committee.
(2) In each executive Committee Meeting of FACA, a simple majority of its members shall constitute a quorum.
(3) If a member Province or Jurisdiction makes a recommendation to change any of these articles, such motion shall be treated as general business as provided by Section 1. Sentence 2.
(4) A decision to dissolve FACA may only be taken by a four-fifths majority of the votes cast at a special Executive Committee meeting convened for that purpose.
(5) Member Provinces, Jurisdictions, Parishes and Ministries may withdraw from FACA by action of their own governing bodies.
(2) In the Consecration or Ordination of Bishops or other Ministers in the several Provinces. or Jurisdictions, the Bishops and Clergy of the other member Provinces, or Jurisdictions may be invited to participate.
(3) The Ministers of member Provinces, Jurisdictions or Dioceses shall be entitled to officiate transiently in the congregations of member jurisdictions subject to the canonical requirements of the several Provinces, Jurisdictions and Dioceses, and also, subject to the respective regulations of said entities, shall be eligible to hold a cure of souls in the other.
(4) Communicants of any member Province, or Jurisdiction shall be received by all the others, on presentation of letters dimissory.
(5) Missionary or other congregations of any member Province, or Jurisdiction may transfer their membership to any other member Province, or Jurisdiction, on such terms as may be mutually be agreed upon.
(6) The member Provinces, or Jurisdictions, recognizing the fact that they are working together in the same great cause, and on the same basis, pledge, each to the other, their co-operation, sympathy, support and prayers.