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The persistent assertions that the Primates of the Anglican Communion are 'walking together', do not reflect the reality.
African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston
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...
Listen in as English vicar, Revd Philip de Grey-Warter tells his church family why he is leaving the Church of England, and with the support of Gafcon will be starting a new Anglican church in...
A blog about two GAFCON 2018 delegates who find they have more in common than just cricket....
Having previously written on the birth, need and future of GAFCON, General Secretary Peter Jensen writes that the heart of GAFCON is communion - a fellowship of many different peoples united in the...
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......
As the delegates from Gafcon III return to their home churches, Rev Dr Ed Loane asks whether the conference will make a lasting difference.
A response from GAFCON UK to College of Bishops report on marriage and same sex relationships.
On Monday 15th February 2016, the Standing Committee of the Diocese of Sydney voted overwhelmingly to extend the term of office of Archbishop Glenn Davies. We pray for God's continued wisdom and...
The Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll has published a full commentary on the 'Letter to the Churches' from the third Gafcon gathering in Jerusalem.
A statement from Gafcon General Secretary, Archbishop Peter Jensen on the consecration of a female bishop in South Sudan.
In his fourth blog marking the 500th anniversary of the reformation, Peter Jensen considers martyrdom, and how the Oxford Martyrs gave their lives for the true, biblical gospel.
President Kenyatta and Archbishop Wabukala
President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended outgoing Anglican Archbishop Eliud Wabukala for his great and wise leadership which has ensured peace and harmony among Christians and Kenyans.
Gafcon Ireland ran its second TheologyIreland training programme in January to equip people to read and understand the Bible for themselves.

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