Communiqué from the GAFCON Primates Council

Apr 27, 2014 by

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GAFCON 2 Resources

Oct 30, 2013 by

Why GAFCON 2? by Andrew Symes GAFCON 2013: The Nairobi Communique GAFCON 2 Daily...

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GAFCON2 reflections, Nairobi, October 2013

Oct 28, 2013 by

By Simon Vibert GAFCON2 (the Global Anglican Fellowship Conference) has just finished.   Choosing Nairobi as a venue has caused considerable anxiety over recent months. The airport was nearly destroyed by fire in the summer and the Somali Islamist group al-Shabab attacked the Westgate shopping Mall only a matter of weeks before the start. However, I am so grateful that it was held here.   Our hosts, All Saints Cathedral and Archbishop Wabukala, have done such a marvellous job, both...

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Top 10 Things You May Not Have Expected About GAFCON

Oct 27, 2013 by

By Jeffrey Walton, Juicy Ecumenism The Global Anglican Future Conference is meeting this week in Nairobi, Kenya, gathering together almost 1,400 delegates from across over 40 countries and 27 Anglican provinces. Here is our top 10 list of the things about GAFCON you might not expect. 10. Not all delegates are from provinces typically associated with GAFCON like Nigeria and Kenya. Delegates from the countries of Sri Lanka, South Africa and even Mexico are on site in Nairobi. There is a bishop...

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GAFCON offers itself as 'important and effective instrument of Communion'

Oct 26, 2013 by

By Chris Sugden, Christian Today GAFCON2013 began by learning from the East African Revival and ended with the singing of the revival song 'Tukutendereza Jesu' in response to the reading of the Nairobi Communique and Commitment. Three thousand words in length, it sets the following path for this global movement that "will continue to work within the Anglican Communion for its renewal and reform". To that end it identifies as a priority "supporting genuine gospel...

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Fwd: The GAFCON Jerusalem Cross

Oct 26, 2013 by

The GAFCON Jerusalem cross has been brought from Jerusalem where the first GAFCON was held in 2008. It was carried in procession during the final communion service. It will stay in Nairobi until the next GAFCON to which the Conference committed itself.

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