Archive | GS Primates/GSPSC RSS feed for this section

African Archbishops respond to New Orleans (CAPA Primates Communique), October 2007

06. October 2007

Comment

The Communiqué, CAPA Primates’ Meeting in Mauritius, October 2007 We, the Primates of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) meeting 3rd to 5th October in Mauritius, Province of the Indian Ocean, issue this Communiqué from our meeting: Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ our one and only...

Continue reading...

This is a critical time - A Statement from the Global South Primates Steering Committee, London,  2007

20. July 2007

Comment

Global South Steering Committee London, July 16-18, 2007 1. We are grateful for the prayers and witness of the millions of Anglicans around the world who live out their Christian faith in complex and sometimes hostile situations. Their lives and witness offer hope to a world that is in desperate need and we have been greatly encouraged...

Continue reading...

Sitting at the Lord’s Table - Primates explain absence

17. February 2007

Comment

Primates explain absence at Holy Eucharist A number of the Global South Primates have not shared in the Holy Eucharist today with their fellow primates. They include Abp. Peter Akinola, Abp John Chew, Abp. Benjamin Nzimbi, Abp Justice Akrofi, Abp. Henry Orombi, Abp. Gregory Venables, and Abp. Emmanuel Kolini. They represent more than 30...

Continue reading...

Global South Primates Kigali Communiqué, September 2006

23. September 2006

Comment

Global South Primates’ Meeting The Anglican Communion Kigali, Rwanda September 2006 Communiqué ________________________________________ 1. As Primates and Leaders of the Global South Provinces of the Anglican Communion we gathered at the Hotel des Mille Collines in Kigali, Rwanda, between 19th and 22nd September...

Continue reading...

Communiqué from the Global South Primates Steering Committee meeting at Singapore, 6 Feb 06

17. February 2006

Comment

  1. We are gathered on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the formation of Province of South East Asia to give thanks for the ministry of Archbishop Yong Ping Chung and to rejoice in the installation of Bishop John Chew as the Third Archbishop. 2. We give thanks to God for the dedication and vision of this remarkable Province...

Continue reading...

Global South Primates response to Archbishop Rowan Williams

15. November 2005

Comment

Global South Primates response to Archbishop Rowan Williams

  Archbishop Rowan Williams   Lambeth Palace   London   November 15th, 2005   Thank you, your Grace, for coming to join us at the Third South South Encounter in   Egypt and sharing your thoughts on the four “marks” of the Church as “one, holy, catholic and apostolic.”...

Continue reading...

A Statement from Global South Primates meeting in Nairobi - January 27 - 28, 2005

27. January 2005

Comment

1.      We are gathered in Nairobi, Kenya to strengthen our shared ministries and in anticipation of the third South-South Encounter that will take place in Egypt October 25th/31st 2005. We are encouraged by the reports that we have heard of the transforming power of the Gospel around the Anglican Communion and...

Continue reading...

Statement of the Global South Primates, Nairobi, Kenya, 15 & 16 April 2004

15. April 2004

Comment

Statement of the Global South Primates Anglican Church of Kenya Office, Nairobi, Kenya By the special grace of our God, we, the Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion representing 18 Provinces with a membership of over 55 million, have met together in Nairobi on 15 & 16 April 2004 under the Chairmanship of the Most...

Continue reading...

Statement of the Primates of the Global South in the Anglican Communion, 2 November 2003

01. November 2003

Comment

2 November 2003 It is with profound sadness and pain that we have arrived at this moment in the history of the Anglican Communion. We are appalled that the authorities within the Episcopal Church USA (ECUSA) have ignored the heartfelt plea of the Communion not to proceed with the scheduled consecration of Canon Gene Robinson. They...

Continue reading...
Page 2 of 2