In church planting movements, how do lay people, who often juggle busy non-church jobs, get involved in spreading the kingdom and joining the ongoing discussion about multiplying Kingdom growth?
Statement on The Episcopal Church (TEC) taking part in decision making on issues pertaining to polity and doctrine in Lusaka, thus breaking agreement made at 2016 Primates meeting.
Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, The Primate of Kenya and Chairman of GAFCON, releases a statement announcing the Anglican Church of Kenya will not be participating at the upcoming Anglican Consultative...
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....
Announcement of the consecration and ordination of two new missionary bishops in the Diocese of Recife, Brazil.
Statement from the Task Force of GAFCON UK in response to John Bingham’s article in the Daily Telegraph 29/8/2016
GAFCON UK warmly commends the initiative of Rev Dr Peter Sanlon and others from a number of parishes in the Home Counties to set up a ‘shadow synod’ as stated in John Bingham’s article ‘Parishes...
As the delegates from Gafcon III return to their home churches, Rev Dr Ed Loane asks whether the conference will make a lasting difference.
Some personal reflections of the Church of England's July 2017 General Synod, by General Synod member Dr Chik Kaw Tan.
The GAFCON Primates Council is meeting this week in Nairobi (18th-23rd April). As ever, they would value prayer as they seek to guard the Gospel so it can be faithfully proclaimed.
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 this letter, Archbishop Okoh discusses the Communiqué issued following the recent Primates' Meeting in Canterbury, and argues that we need a 'new reformation.'
Speaking at a mission conference in Chicago earlier this month I was delighted by the strength and fruitfulness of the global relationships being formed through GAFCON...
Gafcon Ireland ran its second TheologyIreland training programme in January to equip people to read and understand the Bible for themselves.