" ...I’ve been struck by how much many of these brothers are sisters have a great deal to teach us about what being faithful to Christ looks like, and in particular, what such faithfulness might cost."
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Anglicans in Wales • CEEC calls for resistance to CofE “blessing” proposals • St Helen’s Bishopsgate and CofE ordinands make public protests • Scotland – the task facing the church • Issues in society – sex education and indoctrination
Archbishop Andy John and the Bench of Bishops of the Church in Wales have written to say they do not recognise Stuart Bell’s episcopal ministry, and instruct Church in Wales clergy to “stand back from receiving communion at services held under the auspices of ACE”. The background to that decision has been many years of promotion by Church in Wales’ leaders of a radically different interpretation of Scripture and Christian life, influenced by Western secularism, and not consistent with orthodox Christianity as recognised by the majority of the Anglican church worldwide.
Church of England General Synod approves (in principle) services of blessing for same sex relationships – reaction and comment • Preparing for Gafcon 2023 in Kigali • Christian faith, politics and public life
On February 9th 2023, the Church of England’s governing body, General Synod, voted by majorities in all three houses to approve the plan put forward by the House of Bishops, to allow prayers of blessing for same sex relationships in parish churches. It is now beyond doubt that the C of E as an institution has formally rejected God’s clear design for sex and marriage revealed in his Word.
Many in the Church of England have made faithful and courageous speeches upholding biblical teaching. We thank God for them and acknowledge their faithfulness to the Gospel, and our ongoing fellowship with and support for them. For those who are feeling alone and vulnerable during this time, please be assured of the fervent prayers of your brothers and sisters around the world.
Same sex ‘blessing’ services authorised: C of E continues on revisionist trajectory. On 18th January, news broke that the C of E bishops had agreed on a way forward on the issue of sexuality following the LLF process • comments and prayer response • Reimagining care • clergy mental health • persecution in Nigeria
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