GAFCON 2013 – Official Announcement

From the GAFCON site: The Second Global Anglican Future Conference will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, 21st-26th October 2013. The focus will be on our shared Anglican future, as we engage with the missionary theme, ‘Making Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.’ The first conference, GAFCON 2008, was held in Jerusalem. GAFCON gave birth to […]

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GAFCON Responds to New ABC

received by email. I welcome the news that Bishop Justin Welby is to be the next Archbishop of Canterbury. I believe that his appointment should give hope to all of us who long to see renewal, reform and genuine unity. Bishop Justin will bring to the Anglican Communion a special combination of gifts and experience. […]

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Peter Jensen “the issues that face us”

Audio from a talk given by Peter Jensen from the GAFCON Westminster meeting. Well worth listening to as a clear explanation of where conservatives in the Anglican Communion understand the main faultline to be – not sexuality but something far more important, the gospel itself.   Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | […]

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GAFCON Leaders’ Meeting Closes Outlining “Mission”

The GAFCON leaders’ meeting in London has closed with a media release entitled “The movement begins its mission“. It is, essentially, the first stakes in the ground marking out GAFCON’s vision of the future. In their final conference ‘Commitment’, the leaders resolved to work together in an ever-strengthening partnership, to stand by each other and […]

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GAFCON Conference Keynote Address

from the GAFCON site, this is the address of the chair, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala of Kenya. The unprecedented challenges to Anglican identity forced upon us by the revisionist scriptural interpretation have in the mercy of God, given us an historic opportunity to rediscover the distinctive reformed catholicity of our Communion as shaped so profoundly by the […]

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