Archbishop Nicholas Okoh issues a Statement to the Church of Nigeria on the outcomes of Primates 2016

February 4th, 2016|

Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Primate of the Church of Nigeria, shares his reflections on the Canterbury gathering of Primates and subsequent reactions. It is now clear to him that the sanctions agreed by the Primates have done nothing to check TEC's continued rejection of biblical teaching and he is not confident that these measures will be followed through. The need for GAFCON's unswerving commitment to the truth as we have received seems to be needed more than ever.

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali issues a Statement to the Church of Uganda on his action and the outcomes of Primates 2016

January 30th, 2016|

Archbishop Stanely Ntagali addresses the Church of Uganda about his action and the outcome of the Primate 2016 gathering. His Grace talks about the unwillingness of TEC (The Episcopal Church) and ACoC (Anglican Church of Canada) to repent and the subsequent resolution passed that sanctions TEC from certain activities within the Communion for three years. Archbishop Stanley goes on to say "I want to assure you and all Ugandans that the Church of Uganda is still a member of the Anglican Communion. I withdrew from the meeting, but we have not withdrawn from the Anglican Communion. We are the Anglican Communion."

Archbishop Foley Beach updates the members of the Anglican Church in North America on the outcomes of Primates 2016

January 29th, 2016|

Archbishop Foley Beach addresses the members in the Anglican Church in North America about the outcomes of the Primates 2016 gathering in Canterbury. "The sanctions are strong, but they are not strong enough, and to my deep disappointment, they didn’t include the Anglican Church of Canada as they should. With that said, it took many steps for the Anglican Communion to come to this current crisis. This is a good step back in the right direction, but it will take many more if the Communion is to be restored."

Archbishop Eliud Wabukala’s pastoral letter to the Church of Kenya on Primates 2016 gathering

January 25th, 2016|

Following the recent gathering of the Primates in Canterbury a significant step forward has been made in restoring godly faith and order to the Anglican Communion. This is a beginning, not an end... An overwhelming majority of the Primates present voted that TEC should be excluded from all meetings which represent the Anglican Communion and that it should be suspended from internal decision-making bodies, initially for three years.

Dr Peter Jensen on the future of the Anglican Communion

January 18th, 2016|

Peter Jensen speaks with Dominic Steele on the outcomes of the Primates 2016 gathering.

GAFCON update on Primates 2016 gathering

January 15th, 2016|  

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali’s Update to the Church of Uganda on the Primates Gathering in Canterbury

January 14th, 2016|

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali releases a brief statement regarding the gathering of Primates at Canterbury.

Michael Nazir-Ali on the real issue at the Canterbury Primates 2016 Gathering this week

January 14th, 2016|

Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali talks with the BBC's The World Tonight on 11th January. He sets out very clearly what the Anglican Communion has already agreed and points out the problem facing the Communion is not one of agreement, but one of compliance with what has already been agreed.

GAFCON Supporters Message January 2016

January 13th, 2016|

Prayer Request, Tuesday, January 12

January 12th, 2016|

Please find our latest prayer update from the primates during the January 2016 primates gathering at Canterbury.