FCA Southern Africa Annual Conference


Port Elizabeth 27th – 29th October 2010 at St Saviour’s Church, Walmer

More than ever this will be a vital meeting for orthodox Anglicans.
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Archbishop Valentine Mokiwa, Archbishop of Tanzania
and a member of the GAFCON Primates council. It is most encouraging that the opening sermon on “The Faith of the Fathers” will be given by Archbishop Valentine Mokiwa, Archbishop of Tanzania. Archbishop Mokiwa is a member of the GAFCON Primates’ Council and President of the All African Conference of Churches and is travelling specially from Tanzania

Rt. Rev. Dr.Joseph Lawrence Bishop of Nandyal Diocese and a member of the Theological Resource Group of GAFCON.

Bishop Lawrence is a mission activist. He has a great story to share about the way he has seen evangelism, church planting and transformational development take off in his diocese which is the only entirely SPG/Anglican diocese in the Church of South India and resisted joining it from 1947 to 1972.It has high Anglo Catholic liturgy,Charismatic and theologically Evangelical. He and Dr Vinay Samuel will be starting an Anglican Mission Society in India soon to mobilize orthodox Anglican development.

Rev Dr Vinay Sanuel Founder and past Executive Director of Oxford Centre of Mission Studies. Rev. Samuel is recognized internationally as a missiologist and theologian. Dr. Samuel’s commitment to equipping leadership in the field of development has grown into the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies (OCMS), a training center for mission practitioners form the Global South.

At the launch of the FCA South Africa, Canon Dr Vinay Samuel of India told participants:

“Can you bring the biblical resources of faith to shape the heart of South Africa’s agenda. Will its agenda be shaped by simply an ideology of rights and use the iconic status of leaders such as Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela to silence any other view? That is not a great gift to the world from South Africa. You will draw on the best of South Africa’s journey of social transformation. But you are called to the prophetic stance of the obedient disciple, rather than the stance of political people who have become messianic with the new universal of human rights which is now being imposed, claiming that these rights are self-evident –and if the Bible teaches anything different it is to be rejected. They own the Bible, and claim the Holy Spirit, for the service of this ideology. That is based on power, not on obedience.

Rev Dr Chris – Sugden Executive Secretary of Anglican Mainstream

The Jerusalem declaration and statement restates what the Anglican church has always affirmed. Its importance for Anglicans is summed up by the many who said that Gafcon Jerusalem 2008 was one of the most significant weeks of their lives, the most fulfilling Anglican Conference they had attended, and where they discovered the reality of the global Anglican fellowship, united in seeking to live in obedience to the Bible.

Conference fees: R150 per person if paid before 20/10/2010. R175 per person thereafter. R250 for marrieds attending. In case of need – contact the registration team as reductions may be possible.

To register online for the Conference go here:

http://www.anglican-mainstream.org.za/registration-2010-port-elizabeth/

Inquiries about Registration

Email: Neville Lobb

Registrar

lobbsa@lantic.net

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