See below for links to bloggers and reporters who are in Jersusalem covering GAFCON. We’ll keep this “sticky” until the GAFCON final statement appears. Look for new entries below this post.
We thought it might be helpful to round up a list of those who are providing first-hand coverage and blogging of GAFCON this week.
Anglican TV’s Kevin Kallsen is there and is providing live-streaming coverage of some of the sessions, as well as written diaries. All the AnglicanTV coverage is here. (This elf is currently watching such live stream coverage as I type this. You rock, Kevin. Thanks for your service!) (Note: Stand Firm should usually be broadcasting Kevin’s live feed.)
Stand Firm’s Matt Kennedy+ is there and will be sharing his impressions and insights, and showing off his amazing live blogging skills. Just keep an eye on Stand Firm for Matt’s posts throughout the day.. Matt’s wife Anne+ is also at GAFCON. You can follow her accounts at her blog, an undercurrent of hostility, here.
The London Times’ Ruth Gledhill is in Jerusalem and you can find her reports here.
Anglicans United’s Cherie Wetzel and her husband, the Rev. Todd Wetzel are there. You can follow Cherie’s reports here.
Scotland’s the Rev. David McCarthy is at GAFCON and blogging at his Gadget Vicar site.
If you know of others who are blogging and reporting from GAFCON, please post links in the comments. Thanks.
Thanks to a tipster, we note that Fr. Russell Martin of St. Timothy & St. Titus parish (under the Southern Cone) in San Diego, is blogging. His entries are posted at San Diego Anglicans.
[b]George Conger[/b] is in Jerusalem. His blog is here.
[b]Sydney Anglicans[/b] has a dedicated GAFCON page here.
[b]Christianity Today reporter Tim Morgan[/b] is in Jerusalem. The CT blog is here.
[b]Five Delegates from Melbourne Australia[/b] are blogging here.
Some folks from [b]Reform Ireland[/b] are blogging. Their blog is here.
[b]Thinking Anglicans[/b] are in touch with those covering GAFCON for the Lesbian & Gay Christian movement and have posted e-mail from them as part of a GAFCON coverage roundup.
A Sydney attendee, Tony Payne, is blogging here.
Do keep us posted if you come across more links for first-hand reports from GAFCON. Thanks!
[b]Father Lee Nelson[/b] (dio Fort Worth) has a GAFCON photoblog that is very nice, here.
A blogger from the Anglican Coalition in Canada, Pastor Barclay, has many excellent photos, here.
There is an excellent collection of daily photo albums from GAFCON set up at Picassa, here.