London FCA Meeting underway

The first leadership conference since GAFCON in 2008 is underway in London.

200 clergy and lay leaders, men and women from more than 25 countries, are gathered in London this week.

The meeting was the initiative of GAFCON primates through the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (FCA), which was established after the Jerusalem meeting in 2008.

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Posted in * Anglican - Episcopal, * International News & Commentary, England / UK, GAFCON I 2008, Global South Churches & Primates

6 comments on “London FCA Meeting underway

  1. Cennydd13 says:

    Are there any ACNA delegates at this meeting?

  2. Karen B. says:

    Cennydd –
    yup. see this message by Bp. Guernsey

    +Guernsey writes:
    [blockquote]The event will be under the leadership of the Most Rev. Eliud Wabukala, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya and Chairman of the GAFCON Primates Council. Archbishop Robert Duncan, who sits as a Primate on the Primates Council, will lead our Church’s delegation. My wife, Meg, and I will be there, as will Bishop Julian Dobbs. Bishop Martyn Minns, in his role as head of the GAFCON London office, is one of the conference organizers.[/blockquote]

  3. Cennydd13 says:

    Reading this, it’s easy to see that the future of Anglicanism lies squarely with GAFCON and the Global South, and I am greatly encouraged.

  4. Reid Hamilton says:

    No good ever comes of meetings of men in purple dresses and pointy hats.

  5. Kendall Harmon says:

    For the record, since I am getting asked six ways to Sunday, Bishop Mark Lawrence of South Carolina will be in attendance.

  6. okifan18 says:

    What I wish to know is if Chuck Murphy is there, and/or anyone representing him?

    Also is anyone beside Mark Lawrence from TEC there?