Our History

April 2016
A group of clergy and lay leaders from around the Anglican communion met at Trinity Church, Wall Street, in New York to explore the possibility of an Anglican Centre in Santiago de Compostela. The Bishop of the Episcopal Church of Spain, Bishop Carlos Lopez shared his dream of an ecumenical hospitality centre.

May 2017
With monies from a grant, a fundraising consultant was retained to investigate the possibility of a capital campaign.

2018
Application to become a 501(c)3 tax exempt organization was accepted.

Began annual tours for people who were unable to walk the Camino de Santiago but were interested in it and our Anglican Centre project.

2019
Friend building through visits to parishes, dioceses, organizations, and individuals. Received a grant to give 5 scholarships to clergy and seminarians to walk the Camino de Santiago.

2020
COVID Lockdown

2021
Restart of Capital Campaign