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.
Archbishop Okoh looks to the year ahead, in particular the 'wonderful opportunity' afforded by the Gafcon Conference in Jerusalem, 'to take another step along the road of renewing the Anglican...
Rev Dr. Noll argues that Bishop Fearon is mistakenly making relationship with Canterbury ‘the unique feature of Anglicanism' rather than biblical orthodoxy.
Archbishop Okoh celebrates the recent Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) service. It also reflects on the wider importance of AMiE in a context of theological liberalism.
In this edition of his letter, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh discusses All Saints Day - "an annual reminder of 'the communion of the saints.'”
This article gives a history of Anglicanism in New Zealand, more recent developments regarding plans to bless same-sex couples and how FCANZ have responded.
Some reflections from Gafcon Membership Secretary, Charles Raven following his attendance at the annual Caminemos Juntos conference from 5th - 7th October 2017.
In this letter, Archbishop Okoh discusses the Communiqué issued following the recent Primates' Meeting in Canterbury, and argues that we need a 'new reformation.'
Article reviewing the October 2017 Primates Meeting in Canterbury in light of Resolution I.10 at the Lambeth Conference of 1998.
Gafcon's Initial Response to the Primates' Meeting 2017 Communique
Statement of the consecration of Bishop Gavin Ashenden by the The Christian Episcopal Church, which is not part of the Anglican Communion.
Peter Jensen refutes the idea that Gafcon is both divisive and opposed to the Anglican Communion. He also reiterates why Gafcon exists.
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.
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.
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans New Zealand (FCANZ) response to the Motion 29 Working Group Interim Report.