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The Anglican Network in Europe wholeheartedly echoes Archbishop Foley Beach’s call to repent and return to the teaching and practice of Holy Scripture.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI • Rob Munro, Bishop of Ebbsfleet • King Charles • a response to the Bishop of Southwark • Statistics for Mission • rewritten Christmas carol • Scotland • a believer arrested • Nigeria • Bethlehem • suggested reading and study • Epiphany
Church of England discussions • Losing our religion in the UK? • Articles on the UK census • Advent points to something wonderful • Gafcon IV Kigali • Rob Munro, Bishop of Ebbsfleet
Gafcon Primates meeting October 2022 • Hull consecrations and reactions • importance of the global church • Bishop of Oxford’s essay • CofE, LLF and the future • ‘Greater Love Declaration’ and church teaching • Anglican Church in Algarve recruiting
The Gafcon Primates Council celebrated their first face to face meeting (without masks) in over three years when they met in Kigali, Rwanda from October 17-19, 2022
Church of England on sexuality, relationships and marriage - latest from LLF • Report from ReNew • ANiE bishop consecrations and mini conference • Gafcon Global leaders meeting

It is with profound sorrow that we learn of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. 
We join the King and the Royal family in mourning a universally loved Sovereign.  

It is rare for a monarch to evoke such deep and heartfelt admiration, affection, loyalty and love in her subjects across all ages, cultures and nations. The United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and the world have truly lost a woman of unsurpassed humility, devotion to service, resilience and humanity.

Lambeth conference 2022 • Kigali 2023 • New bishops for ANiE • Australia • Methodists searching a way forward • Fight or Flight? • What does disunity say?
Lambeth 2022, GSFA and Gafcon • ANiE • CEEC • UK new Prime Minister election • Faith-based cleansing in Nigeria • Final reflection
Lambeth conference • UK church attendance • Case study Church of Scotland • New bishops for AMiE • UK and Europe social issues • an orthodox Anglican glossary?
Queen Elizabeth's Jubilee • The persecuted church in Nigeria • Persecution in secular Europe • Gafcon IV conference • CEEC short films on sexuality • Cost of living • Australia • ANiE • Free Church of England
Gafcon real fellowship • Gafcon IV conference – Kigali, Rwanda • Rwanda refugees • Ukraine • Pastoral ministry in the UK
ACE and AMiE conferences • Church of England LLF process • Freedom of speech and thought • Interviews • Scotland and Wales • Ukraine • Cost of living squeeze
• Pakistan • Nigeria • An evening with Archbishop Ben • Canada • Church of England • CEEC • Church in Wales • Other news calling for our response
• Archbishop Ben Kwashi • Church news • CEEC • ANiE • Evangelism • News from our region and around the world
• Myanmar • Christmas Appeal • Visit of Archbishop Foley Beach • Melvin Tinker • Future events • Interesting articles
• Global South Communiqué • Dr Michael Nazir-Ali • Church in Wales • Future choices in the light of the trajectory of Anglicanism in the West • C of E General Synod • Ghana • Gafcon GBE conference • UK government and the church

Evangelism

Thousands of Christians in hundreds of churches across the UK and Ireland are preparing for a focused month of mission leading up to Easter 2022. A Passion for Life offers training in evangelism, resources to help plan a local mission, and opportunities to connect with other churches.

The Trustees of Gafcon GBE (formerly known as Gafcon UK) give thanks to Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali as he steps down from the role of President, which he has held since the formation of the regional Gafcon branch in 2016.

For decades, Bishop Michael has stood courageously to defend and promote Bible-based Christian orthodoxy in its Anglican expression. He has been an influential leader in the worldwide Global Anglican Future (Gafcon) movement, and was instrumental in initiating and advising the process leading to the formation under God’s hand of the Anglican Network in Europe (ANiE), a new Gafcon-authorised jurisdiction made up of two convocations, ACE and AMiE.