GAFCON Day 2 is well over and it’s been another big one. The day opened with an exposition by Richard Coekin on the crucifixion of Jesus from Luke’s gospel. His opening line set the tone: Christ and him crucified is central to everything! Richard encouraged us all to make brave decisions where others in church […]
The sun is setting on a wonderful first day of #GAFCON2018 here in Jerusalem. I’ve spent much of the day helping with the livestream and in the main auditorium there’s been lots happening that’s encouraged many of the delegates. There’s almost 2,000 here from right across the Anglican Communion and it’s been a really great start […]
It’s day G-1 here in Jerusalem and we’re all getting very excited about #GAFCON2018 which begins tomorrow morning! The hotels are full and the venue is in the last stages of preparation. I’ve spent the morning here as part of the livestream team, getting all the final things lined up. We’re looking forward to streaming […]
With GAFCON only a few days away here’s the Chairman’s latest letter. To the Faithful of the Gafcon movement and friends from Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria and Chairman, the Gafcon Primates Council. ‘Our feet are standing within your gates, O Jerusalem.’ Psalm 122:2 My dear people of God, The ‘Songs […]
Kevin and I talk all things Melbourne gay wedding and some related GAFCON stuff.
In his first public response to the story that davidould.net broke this week that 3 Anglican clergy in Melbourne participated in the liturgical celebration of a same-sex wedding, the Archbishop of Melbourne has issued the following ad clerum: davidould.net has received no direct response yet from the Diocese since reaching out for comment last Friday, […]
davidould.net has received video and photos from a same-sex wedding that took place on 12 May 2018 and involved a number of licensed Anglican ministers. The ceremony was quite clearly a liturgical celebration and was supported by and officiated over by at least 3 retired clergy who still hold Permission to Officiate (PTO) in the […]
The Archdeacon of Melbourne, the Ven Dr Dr Craig D’Alton (vicar of St Mary’s North Melbourne) has published a blogpost on his site “Humane Catholic” suggesting an alternative to the recently publicised Australian Bishops’ Agreement on how to proceed over the question of same-sex marriage. “God is love, and those who live in love live […]
Kevin and I talk about all that’s happened this week.