Church of Nigeria

 

Chancellor and three archbishops elected for Church of Nigeria

General Synod has elected three new archbishops to serve the ecclesiastical provinces of Jos, Kaduna and Kwara and a chancellor for the national church.

 

Nigerian General Synod underway

12th triennial synod meets this week in Port Harcourt

 

Nigeria to boycott October primates meeting

...what sort of unity? A unity that includes those who persist in rebelling against God’s Word is a false unity. 

 

Primate urges diocesan chancellors to protect Anglican trademark

Orthodox Anglican Church should not claim that it is Anglican, Archbishop Okoh says

 

Twelve dead after gang war spills over into church

Gunmen invaded a Roman Catholic Church in Nigeria’s south-central Anambra State on 6 Aug 2017, shooting to death 12 and wounding a score of others.

 

Nigerian archbishop castigates Church of England over its repudiation of traditional teachings on sexual morality

"Although the Church of England’s legal position on marriage has not changed, its understanding of sexual morality has," write Archbishop Nicholas Okoh

 

Africa is now the epicenter of the Christian world, says Archbishop Okoh

"the era of European Christendom has passed and that in this 500th anniversary year of the Reformation, a new start is being made"

 

Boko Haram child suicide bombers kill 9

Two children blew themselves uo near as refugee camp in northern Cameroon

 

April letter from Archbishop Okoh to GAFCON members around the world

To the Faithful of the Gafcon movement and friends from Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Metropolitan and Primate of All Nigeria and Chairman, the Gafcon Primates Council.

 

Okoh backs bishop in Sapele diocese split

The primate of the Church of Nigeria has urged members of the Diocese of Sapele who have rebelled against their bishop to repent and submit to his lawful authority

 

Primatial Statement on the crisis in the Diocese of Sapele

The Church of Nigeria cannot be held to ransom by any group; the Anglican Church belongs only to those who can operate within and submit to its constituted authority and structures.

 

Nigerian archbishop sees confusion and indecision undermining the Church of England

Archbishop Okoh reflects on the meaning of General Synod's refusal to "take note" of the bishops' paper on same-sex marriage in his March letter to GAFCON