BREAKING: GAFCON Australia Respond to Wangaratta Crisis

GAFCON Australia have responded with a strongly-worded statement to the growing crisis facing the Anglican Church of Australia following the decision by the synod of the Diocese of Wangaratta to authorise blessings for persons who have entered a same-sex marriage. As well as criticising the Wangaratta decision as one which “has torn the fabric of […]

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GAFCON affirms it will not attend or observe Lambeth

At an event hosted by GAFCON Australia today here in Sydney, Archbishop Foley Beach (Primate of the ACNA and now chair of the GAFCON Primates Council) reaffirmed that they will be turning down Archbishop of Canterbury’s invitation to attend the 2020 Lambeth Conference. Beach answered a query I asked directly in the Q&A session of […]

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“Remaining Faithful” – Evangelical CofE Bishops respond to GAFCON “Letter to the Churches”

A group of evangelical Church of England bishops have written a detailed response to the GAFCON “Letter to the Churches” issued at GAFCON2018 in Jerusalem. Their response, published by the Church of England Evangelical Council (“CEEC”), has much which supporters of GAFCON will find encouraging. There are, however, sections that demonstrate the differing positions both […]

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FCA Australia Changes Name and Sets Out Support for New Zealand Dissidents

The AGM of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans Australia has been held during the Anglican Future Conference in Melbourne. The meeting agreed to change the public name and title to “GAFCON Australia” in order to match similar decisions in other provinces. The Chairman, Bishop Richard Condie of Tasmania, also reported on the “offering of assistance […]

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Australian Anglican Future Conference Opens Amidst Rising Push for SSM

Australia’s Anglican Future Conference has opened in Melbourne with a theme of “Grace and Truth in Uncertain Times”. SydneyAnglicans.net has a great summary The opening of the Anglican Future Conference in Melbourne has begun with a stirring call for Christian leaders to defy secular stereotypes of the church as a dying force. That opening call came […]

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