Activities in the Primate House
by S. M. Hutchens
A press release of September 10, 2021, issued in Nairobi by GAFCON, the international association of conservative Anglicans, of which the Anglican Church of North America is an active supporter, reports:
In a hybrid in-person and online meeting, the GAFCON Primates spent two days in prayer, fellowship, discussion and discernment about many challenging issues in today's world. Discussions included conversations about the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on worship, ministry, discipleship and outreach; the challenge of the "other virus" of departures from biblical authority; and the great hope that is seen as the gospel of Jesus Christ is being proclaimed and embraced even in the midst of difficult circumstances and terrible persecution. Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba, Primate of the Anglican Church of Uganda said, "Even when our church buildings are closed in the pandemic, the gospel is being proclaimed and embraced. God is being glorified as lives are being changed and enriched by Christ."
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