The Standing Committee of the Church of Nigeria follows the Church of Uganda in deciding not to attend the Lambeth Conference in 2020
Retired Archbishop Livingstone Nkoyoyo died on 5th January 2018 aged 80. Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll has written a tribute to the former Primate of Uganda.
An open letter co-signed by over 50 evangelical leaders. The letter urges the Church of England to commit to a renewed vision, whereby all hear the good news of the Gospel, all are invited to repent...
Archbishop Beach addresses the Anglican Church in North America about the upcoming Primates gathering in Canterbury, England.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh wishes the Gafcon family a Happy New Year, welcomes Archbishop Ben Kwashi as the new General Secretary and looks ahead to the conference next month in Dubai.
In this letter, Archbishop Nicholas reminds us of 1 Corinthians 7:29 - 'the time is short.' As a result, we must put the gospel at the heart of all we do as a movement.
A letter of condolence regarding the death of Revd Dr Mike Ovey, from Arcbishop Nicholas Okoh on behalf of the Church of Nigeria.
In January this year, the Primates of the Anglican Communion were summoned by the Archbishop of Canterbury to a meeting. So serious is the crisis in the Communion about the authority of God’s
Rev Richard Bewes OBE, the former rector of All Souls church Langham Place in London, has died aged 84.
Read the full statement here by the Synod of the Church of Confessing Anglicans Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Gafcon 2018 represents a flattening of hierarchy into a grassroots movement, where all people, lay and clergy, are on an equal playing field, working together to bring the love of Jesus Christ to the...
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.
PRESS RELEASE: The 9th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda has been elected, the Rt. Rev. Stephen Samuel Kaziimba who will succeed the Most Reverend Stanley Ntagali.
An article summarising proceedings of day three at Gafcon.
The communique issued by the participants in GAFCON 2013 in Nairobi, including the Nairobi Commitment.
Rev. Canon Philip Ashey, President of the American Anglican Council, exposes the myth that Anglicanism can be emptied of any meaningful confessional content and reduced to nothing but relationships...
Watch Mark Mukan, Director of Mission Operations in Jos, Nigeria, report on the recent baptism of 21 believers from the Gospel Center, Bassa, Nigeria.