Rev Richard Bewes OBE, the former rector of All Souls church Langham Place in London, has died aged 84.
In the first in a series of articles, Rev. Melvin Tinker explains why GAFCON 2008 and 2013 were crucial and what he's looking forward to at GAFCON 2018.
Video of Archbishop Glenn Davies commending the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines as a Gafcon Missionary Bishop to Europe.
We note with prayerful concern the revelation that Nicholas Chamberlain, Bishop of Grantham, is in a same sex relationship. Our understanding is that the nature of his relationship conforms to the...
A statement from Gafcon Australia in response to the Diocese of Wangaratta's decision to bless same-sex unions.
The Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) was held in June 2008. Over eleven hundred Anglican bishops, clergy and laity met for a week in Jerusalem.
The ACNA's Canon Dan Alger is training, equipping, and encouraging church planters across North America to proclaim Christ in and through mission.
Patronising pagan shrines is a sin, and cannot be excused as an acceptable cultural practice for Christians, the Archbishop of Uganda said today, as it is a violation of the sovereignty and...
In the first of a series of blogs on the reformation, Peter Jensen writes on the sinfulness of the human race and the danger of the soul.
Receive Christian greetings in the name of Jesus Christ, the Servant King. I am so grateful to you for being faithful in prayer as we met with the other Anglican Primates in Canterbury last month and...
Blog detailing the tour of the place where Jesus was said to have been baptised, Qumran and The Dead Sea.
He discusses the challenges that the churches in New Zealand face in the wake of the ACANZP's vote to bless same-sex relationships.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh explains his decision not to attend the upcoming Anglican Communion Primates meeting in October 2017, and refutes the accusation that Gafcon is causing disunity.
Archbishop Okoh explains that it is our great duty and joy to be entrusted with the message of God’s love revealed in Jesus Christ for a broken world.
The GAFCON Primates have now traveled to be in Canterbury with Archbishop Justin Welby and the other Primates of the Anglican Communion.
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.