Article explaining the history of Anglicanism in Ireland, the situation today and the story of Gafcon Ireland what it hopes to achieve.
Article about the current unrest in the Democratic Republic of Congo, what Anglicans are doing to help and how you can join the relief effort.
In light of proposals calling for General Synod to adopt proposals allowing same-sex marriage, FCANZ repeat their plea for an Extra Provincial Diocese to be established.
Comments from Archbishop Peter Jensen on Billy Graham, who died on 21st February 2018 aged of 99. Dr Jensen also discusses GAFCON.
A statement from Gafcon General Secretary, Archbishop Peter Jensen on the consecration of a female bishop in South Sudan.
Gafcon has today launched a dedicated YouTube channel. The article gives details about how it may be accessed and recommends videos to watch.
Gafcon supporter, Bishop Laurent Mbanda has been elected Primate of Rwanda, and will replace Archbishop Onesphore Rwaje in June 2018.
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.
Gafcon's Initial Response to the Primates' Meeting 2017 Communique
A Communiqué issued by the Primates of the Global South, following their meeting in Cairo between 8th - 9th September 2017.
A review of Rev. Vaughan Roberts and Gafcon General Secretary, Archbishop Peter Jensen's new book - faith in a time of crisis. It is published by Matthias media and can be purchased now.
The Archbishop of Sydney has written a letter urging Australian citizens to vote to retain the biblical meaning of marriage.
An open letter giving thanks to God, and commending Archbishop Davies' and Bishop Condie's involvement in the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines.
Video of Archbishop Glenn Davies commending the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines as a Gafcon Missionary Bishop to Europe.
Video of Archbishop Benjamin Kwashi commending the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines as a Gafcon Missionary Bishop to Europe.
The Bishop of Maidstone, the Rt Rev’d Rod Thomas, today responded to the decision by the Scottish Episcopal Church to change its canons of marriage.