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GFCA launches Australian branch

13 March 2015


Speaker: the Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies 

Speaker: the Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies 

THE Australian branch of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans will be launched on 26 March, in Melbourne, by the Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies, and the chairman of the GAFCON Primates' Council, the Archbishop of Kenya, the Most Revd Eliud Wabukala.

The launch will take place during a three-day Anglican Future Conference organised by the Peter Corney Training Centre, which is based at a leading Evangelical parish in Melbourne. The conference has significant input from the diocese of Sydney. Both Archbishop Davies and his predecessor are listed as speakers.

The Archdeacon of Melbourne, the Ven. Dr Richard Condie, who chairs the board of the Australian branch of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (FCA), is quoted as saying that the FCA sought to "promote a positive and vibrant orthodoxy", and "provide fellowship and assistance to those who have been forced to disaffiliate".

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