Update: Read here the letter to the churches from GAFCON 2018. By Esau McCaulley For most Christians in the United States, today will be another Friday. Even for many Episcopalians and Anglicans, the day will pass without note. But for those of us who lo... Read More...
"If GAFCON creates parallel structures what does this mean for the Communion? Are we heading into a separate church? If that is the direction, are we happy to wake up one day and say that we are not a part of the Anglican Communion? I do not think that we have arrived at that stage."
GAFCON is clearly here to stay. Questions remain about the role it will play in the lives and ministries of its supporters and detractors.
By Andrew Goddard. It is now clear that less than half the dioceses of the Church of England will agree, in both their house of clergy and house of laity, to “approve the draft Act of Synod adopting the Anglican Communion Covenant”. This article attempts to map out some of the ramifications of this development.