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Grafton bishop defends appointment of priest in same-sex marriage

The Diocese of Grafton has provided a very timely “2019 Synod recap” providing confirmation of the results we reported on Wednesday and, more importantly,...

Australian diocese rejects church standards on same-sex marriage

The Synod of the Diocese of Grafton, which met this last weekend, has passed a number of controversial motions and heard a...

Australian General Synod 2020 changed to “Special Session”

In a move clearly designed to avoid an open conflict over the question of blessing same-sex relationships, the Standing Committee of the...

The Bible’s clarity on marriage. According to Jesus, but not Martyn Percy

Another day, another piece by an “expert” in the Bible who wants to undermine our confidence in the very same Scriptures.

GAFCON affirms it won’t attend or observe Lambeth 2020

At an event hosted by GAFCON Australia today here in Sydney, Archbishop Foley Beach (Primate of the ACNA and now chair of...

Bishop of Newcastle proposes a “Newcastle Way” on marriage question

The Anglican Bishop of Newcastle, Peter Stuart, has today issued a Pastoral Letter that seeks to chart a course forward for the...

General Synod Day 4 – putting things right

Domestic abuse was the focus of discussion on the fourth day of Australia's general synod reports David Ould Day 4 of the Anglican Church of...

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Demands for a Committee for Public Safety to police...

If British Christians believing in the traditional biblical ethic on marriage and sex are to resist the latest neo-Marxist move to make...

New Provincial Executive Officer for South African church

A senior KwaZulu-Natal priest has been appointed the executive head of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. Archbishop Thabo...

Church of England General Synod: Joint presidential address by...

The text of Archbishop Justin Welby and Archbishop Stephen Cottrell's shared presidential address to General Synod on 23 Nov 2020. 

Welby to take three month sabbatical in 2021

The Archbishop of Canterbury will be taking a sabbatical from May until early August next year. He will return to work in early September...