21st February 2020
In his February letter to the family of global Anglicans, Archbishop Foley Beach (ACNA) focuses on the enthronement of the new Primate for Uganda on March 1st, the installation of the new Primate of...
20th February 2020
Gafcon is a global movement of faithful Anglican Christians and today we are launching the first of our four regional language websites, starting with PORTUGUESE. Click here to go to the NEW...
19th February 2020
A NEW website resource which reveals how predominantly Western church leaders have relentlessly sought to undermine Resolution I.10 of the 1998 Lambeth Conference which reaffirmed the clear teaching...
28th January 2020
Nearly four years ago, Chancellor George Osborne claimed that the UK’s exit from the European Union would be ‘a shock to the world economy’. Thus began what became known as ‘Project Fear’, but with...
17th January 2020
In his January letter to the Gafon family Archbishop Foley Beach celebrates Epiphany, but reflects on the sadness of the attacks on Christians in Nigeria and encourages the global family of Anglicans...
10th January 2020
The Church Planting Network launched in the summer of 2018 and now has almost 20 leaders from around the world participating. In September 2019 in Ridgecrest NC they met for their second face to face...
8th January 2020
Bishop Festus Asuamah led a church planting workshop in his diocese of Sunyani, Ghana.
7th January 2020
Videos and pictures from Anglican churches around the world celebrating the birth of our Lord Jesus.
23rd December 2019
The Christmas message to the family of global Anglicans from Archbishop Ben Kwashi, Gafcon General Secretary.
13th December 2019
"In this time of Advent when we wait for the long expected Jesus, we remember and walk with the Suffering Church around the world in peaceful trust, joyous reflection and hopeful waiting for that day...
11th December 2019
As many as 11 Christians were killed in a Dec. 6 bus attack carried out by the Somali-based radical Islamic terrorist group Al-Shabaab in Kenya, according to a Christian persecution watchdog group.
9th December 2019
From a building with an 80 person capacity to a new home for a congregation of 400 in just 5 years. WATCH the parade to the Church´s new building.
A blog about two GAFCON 2018 delegates who find they have more in common than just cricket....
Archbishop Beach and Archbishop Kwashi elected to lead the Gafcon movement.
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali and a Gafcon UK leader call on the Archbishop of Canterbury to rebuke the Scottish Episcopal Church following a reading from the Koran.
Archbishop Beach addresses the Anglican Church in North America about the upcoming Primates gathering in Canterbury, England.
The Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll has published a full commentary on the 'Letter to the Churches' from the third Gafcon gathering in Jerusalem.