Archbishop Stanley Ntagali releases a brief statement regarding the gathering of Primates at Canterbury.
A Communiqué from the Gafcon Primates Council held in Sydney, Australia 29th April - 2nd May 2019
Gafcon Ireland marks a turning point in the country's spiritual future, as faithful Anglican communities look towards the future and a vision of bringing the good news to their beloved Ireland.
A report from the meeting of the GAFCON Church Planting Consultative Group, which took place in Sheffield between 19th-22nd January 2017.
It’s odd. Sometimes you would think that the church is the business of the clergy only, and the laity count for little or nothing.
Last week Bishop Michael Nazir Ali, Bishop Andudu and Faith McDonnell attended meetings in Washington D.C. held by the U.S. State Department for the 2nd annual Ministerial to Advance Religious...
Revd Philip de Grey-Warter shares his experiences of GAFCON 2018.
In the final of a series of blogs on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua argues compellingly that the prosperity gospel robs God of his glory.
The Chairman and fellow Primates of the GAFCON Council are pleased to announce that the third GAFCON conference will be held in Jerusalem in 2018.
From 2-10 October 2019, 7 bishops and their wives from Brazil, Chile and Uruguay met for the sixth Gafcon Bishops’ Training Institute. They were hosted by Archbishop Miguel Uchoa from Recife, with...
An overall reflection of the GAFCON 2018 conference.
The communique issued by the participants in GAFCON 2013 in Nairobi, including the Nairobi Commitment.
A spirit of defiance against Biblical faith and order has infected the structures and leadership of the Anglican Communion
In his lent appeal, Archbishop Stanley Ntagali addresses the Church of Uganda, urging them to join with him in prayer for two particular issues that he has been burdened to pray for...
He discusses the challenges that the churches in New Zealand face in the wake of the ACANZP's vote to bless same-sex relationships.
In this blog, Dr Peter Jensen considers whether the current focus on sexuality hinders our presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The persistent assertions that the Primates of the Anglican Communion are 'walking together', do not reflect the reality.
The strength of Christian faith has been revealed in a most profound way by members of the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston following the shooting of nine of its members...
Statement from Bishop Andy Lines following the Church of England's guidance on liturgies to celebrate gender transition
The Rt Rev Andy Lines, Gafcon's Missionary Bishop to Europe, issues a statement following the Church of England's announcement from the House of Bishops on liturgies to celebrate gender transition.