Moment & Prayer
In the Province of Jos in Nigeria , Rev’d Hassan John ministers amongst the communities devastated by kidnappings and killings.
The Anglican Church in Brazil was officially launched in 2018 and is very energetic in evangelism and church planting.
During 2021 there have been many new Anglican churches planted within the Gafcon fellowship.
The Anglican Church of the Province of Myanmar has experienced significant growth in the last ten years.
Anglican Missions Africa is an indigenous Anglican mission established after the Gafcon 2018 Jerusalem conference.
The political situation in Sudan is tense and complex. There are demonstrations taking place against the military coup.
The Jitegemee Tailoring Centre and Hostel has developed out of a partnership between the Mother's Union in Sydney diocese, Australia, and the Mother's Union in Mara diocese, Tanzania.
Caminemos Juntos (Let’s Walk Together) is an Anglican Latino network and church planting movement in South, Central, and North America, begun in 2010.
Youth and children’s ministry has been disrupted and forced to adapt in many areas of our global Anglican fellowship.
The Gafcon Lawyers Network, led by Dr Robert Tong, has developed valuable skills and expertise in establishing legal structures to help faithful Anglicans remain within our global Anglican...
In Valparaiso diocese in the Iglesia Anglicana de Chile they are planting a new church in Playa Ancha, despite just emerging from an 18-month period of no physical church meetings.
A team of women from the Anglican Church of the Holy Spirit organised a women’s event for the women living in a poor district called the Carolinas.
The Gafcon Theological Education Network is led by Dr Peter Jensen. The purpose of this network is to give every bishop in the Anglican Communion access to excellent theological education.
Anglican Aid (Sydney) launched a Bible Student Sponsorship plan in 2020.
The training of evangelists in Goma diocese, DR Congo, follows a pattern. There is a temporary training school;
In the Anglican Church in Brazil their church planting and evangelism is based on a ‘House of Peace’ strategy.