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Evangelical leaders urge Church of England Bishops to commit to ‘Christian moral vision’

Ahead of the Church of England's House of Bishops meeting next month, nearly a hundred evangelical leaders from a variety of backgrounds, churches and organisations have sent an open letter to every English bishop warning that 'any further changes to practice or doctrine' over same-sex relationships 'will trigger a process of division and fragmentation among faithful Anglicans'.

Bishop Masters issues an invitation to share in worship, fellowship and teaching at ANiC’s Synod

Bishop Charlie Masters of the Anglican Network in Canada (ANiC) is reaching out to members of the Anglican Church of Canada distressed by that Church's recent rejection of the biblical understanding of marriage. The ANiC's Synod meets at the end of October and he has issued this invitation to share in fellowship, worship and teaching.

Communiqué from the 6th Global South Conference, Cairo 2016

[Editor's Note: Anglicans from the southern hemisphere have been gathering for official meetings since 1994, and these 24 provinces have come to be referred to as the Global South.   The Gafcon provinces are a part of the Global [...]

Statement from the Global South Primates and GAFCON Primates Council Concerning Same-sex Unions

6th October 2016 1. We acknowledge that God is the Creator of the whole cosmos and of humankind. Male and female, God created them in his own image and likeness to know him, worship him [...]

AMiE, the UK mission society established by GAFCON, begins ambitious church planting program

Last week AMiE, the Anglican Mission in England launched a program to plant 25 AMiE churches by 2025 and 250 by 2050. This week a new church in Scarborough is confirmed.

Welsh response to Archbishop’s claim that there is nothing improper about gay sex

The Archbishop of Wales, the Rt Revd Barry Morgan, has recently claimed that 'sex properly belongs' in committed same sex relationships and that the Bible can be interpreted as supporting such relationships, but the Evangelical Fellowship of the Church in Wales considers these remarks to be a licence to disregard biblical authority.

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Retired Archbishop (former GAFCON Chairman) urges South Sudanese leaders to preserve lives of citizens

The Retired Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya and leader of All Africa Conference of Churches to South Sudan has urged the political leaders of South Sudan to preserve lives of citizens instead of struggling for power and wealth in the country.

A leading Anglican theologian exposes the ‘Third Way’ myth

There can be no compromise on issues that affect our eternal destiny. The myth of the 'third way' on the doctrinal issues concerned with human sexuality has been exposed by Dr Martin Davie and in this article Canon Charles Raven shows that it cannot provide a faithful way forward for the Anglican Communion.


Is there a biblical argument for a third way between the conservative and liberal approaches to the issue of human sexuality? Martin Davie explores this highly debated issue in context of biblical truth.

Archbishop Foley Beach addresses Provincial Council 2016

Archbishop Foley Beach, Primate of Anglican Church North America, presents his annual address on the state of the province to Provincial Council 2016.

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Ugandan Archbishop denounces syncretism

Patronising pagan shrines is a sin, and cannot be excused as an acceptable cultural practice for Christians, the Archbishop of Uganda said today, as it is a violation of the sovereignty and sufficiency of Jesus Christ as Lord.

Good disagreement in the Church of England?

Bishop Wallace Benn, a member of the Anglican Mission in England's Panel of Bishops, affirms that true unity is unity in apostolic faith and practice. Attempts to undermine apostolic faith by appeals to 'good disagreement' or 'pastoral accommodation' must therefore be lovingly but firmly resisted.

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Chairman’s September 2016 Letter

As GAFCON's inaugural Bishops Training Institute begins this week in Kenya, Archbishop Okoh reinforces GAFCON's commitment to equipping bishops to be courageous and discerning guardians of the faith' at a time when many bishops in the Communion are actively promoting false teaching.

Chairman’s Aug 2016 Letter

In his latest letter, our Chairman, Archbishop Okoh reminds us of the promise of our Lord Jesus Christ ‘I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it’ (Matthew16:18). GAFCON recognises that the Church is not ours. It belongs to Jesus and it is Jesus who builds the Church through his word.

Chairman’s July 2016 Letter

Jesus says ‘Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed’. Our Chairman Archbishop Okoh reminds us that this promise should be a powerful encouragement to us as we press on to preach the gospel.

Chairman’s June 2016 Pastoral Letter

May the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, give you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him! As the new Chairman of GAFCON I greet you in Jesus’ name and thank God for all of you, from north and south, east and west.

Chairman’s February 2016 Pastoral Letter

Receive Christian greetings in the name of Jesus Christ, the Servant King. I am so grateful to you for being faithful in prayer as we met with the other Anglican Primates in Canterbury last month and to the many who sent messages of encouragement and support.

Chairman’s Christmas Pastoral Letter 2015

As our Christmas celebrations begin, I pray that familiar words, hymns and customs will by God's grace kindle in our hearts a new sense of wonder and thankfulness for the gift of Emmanuel, God with us.

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