The Anglican Centre has been built with a view to maximizing space and accommodating as many Christian congregations as possible. Congregations must register with the Centre as a prerequisite for using the facilities. The government deems the Centre as a regulating body for the registered congregations to comply with the government’s expectations from time to time. The Centre holds no particular authority over these hosted congregations except an adoption of policies and procedures, designed to facilitate so many groups sharing the space.
Each of the congregations who worship at the Centre have their own organizational structures, manages their own internal financial matters, their own methods of appointing leadership and maintaining their particular tradition and identity.