While we find these links very helpful, not all the views expressed are shared by us.

Gafcon Links


The Gafcon movement is a global family of authentic Anglicans standing together to retain and restore the Bible to the heart of the Anglican Communion. Our mission is to guard the unchanging, transforming Gospel of Jesus Christ and to proclaim Him to the world. We are founded on the Bible, bound together by the Jerusalem Statement and Declaration of 2008, and led by a Primates Council, which represents the majority of the world’s Anglicans.



Gafcon UK was established in 2016 as the successor to ‘Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans’, to continue the work of standing for biblical orthodoxy within the different Anglican jurisdictions and Provinces of Britain and Europe.




Gafcon Ireland is driven by the message and priorities of the Bible. This drives Gafcon Ireland people to do four things. Proclaim the message of Jesus Christ, crucified and risen! Partner with others who love the Lord! Plant new congregations! Prepare Christian people for ministry!



Gafcon Australia is the local Australian expression of Gafcon. Its principal objects are:

  • to promote orthodox Anglican faith and practice as set forth in the Jerusalem Declaration and in the Fundamental Declarations and Ruling Principles of the Constitution of the Anglican Church of Australia;
  • to help reform, heal and revitalise the Anglican Communion and expand its mission to the world.
  • to provide fellowship to orthodox Anglicans who find themselves in a minority position in their own Dioceses due to the actions of others who depart from orthodox faith and practice.

Anglican Networks


We are a fellowship of bible-based Anglicans who share the doctrine and values of Christian orthodoxy and Anglican heritage summarized by the Jerusalem Declaration. We are recognised and overseen by the Primates' Council (Archbishops) of the Global Anglican Future Conference (Gafcon). We are mission-focussed; committed to making Christ known in the challenging cultural context of Europe.


We are a home for faithful Anglican churches committed to making disciples of Jesus Christ across Europe to the glory of God.


We are a fellowship of faithful Anglican churches committed to gospel mission. We are passionate about planting, strengthening and partnering for the salvation of many and the glory of God. AMiE came into being as a result of GAFCON and is one of a number of agencies that is connected to GAFCON UK. AMiE, alongside Church Society, co-sponsor the annual ReNew conference. AMiE is committed to the ReNew vision of pioneering, establishing and securing a nation of healthy local Anglican churches.


Isle of Wight Churches


We are a Bible Believing, Holy Spirit welcoming church family member, affiliated, network with a heart for Israel.



The church is made up of people of various ages. We like to think that we are friendly and approachable and are glad to welcome visitors and newcomers. We endeavour to be contemporary and culturally aware in our church programmes. The ministry of the church stems from a belief that encountering Jesus changes us and brings purpose to our lives. As an Evangelical church we try and follow the teachings of the Bible and seek to be open to the work of the Holy Spirit.



We would love to see you at our church, so if you are on holiday or even from the Island, please pop in to a Sunday Service at 10.30 am. and a chat over tea/coffee (and biscuits) afterwards.


Our ministry is based on the clear teaching of God’s Word and the application of biblical principles to daily living. We focus on being open to God through corporate worship, private prayer and daily reliance upon the power of the Holy Spirit. As an Anglican Church affiliated to the Anglican Mission in England, with an ordained minister, St. James’s is committed to its protestant and evangelical practices and doctrines. We are committed to supporting other like-minded churches inside and outside of the structure of the Church of England.



Anglican Groups

CEEC (Church of England Evangelical Council)

There is much more diversity among Anglican Evangelicals today than at that time. In the last few years, a number of new networks have been established, all with different emphases and objectives.  At the same time local groups of evangelicals from different networks, sometimes known as Diocesan Evangelical Fellowships, need a national body to which they can affiliate. CEEC exists to provide for the continuing  need for an overarching group to which the networks can belong, based on common understandings of the Christian faith and its Anglican expression, and united by a common vision to promote and maintain orthodox evangelical theology and ethics at the heart of the Church of England.
CEEC is particularly concerned to encourage evangelism, bible-based and Christ-centred formation of discipleship, evangelical leadership within the Church of England, and evangelical unity within and outside Anglicanism.


The Anglican Mainstream website serves as an information resource for orthodox Anglicans and other Christians, by posting excerpts of articles and other material, from a variety of sources, on Christianity, church and culture on a daily basis, and also original reports and comment from the Editor and other writers.


Anglican Futures offers day-to-day practical and pastoral support to faithful Anglicans in the UK. It is an initiative borne from many years working to reform and renew the Anglican Communion and we are committed to upholding the 2008 Jerusalem Declaration.

Media and Comment  


Kevin Kallsen and George Conger talk about news from around the Anglican Communion today. Anglican Ink is a North American-based news service providing coverage to all 39 Provinces of the Anglican Communion.


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