Anglican Church leaders in some developing countries continue to separate themselves from the Church of England, where they will no longer accept Justin Welby, as the leader of these Churches in the World. Homosexuals: The Anglican Churches in different countries continue to separate themselves from that in Great Britain
Justin Welby is the Archbishop of Canterbury, who is considered the leading Anglican Church in the world.
Various Anglican leaders around the world have vowed to distance themselves from England after it announced this month that it would continue to bless homosexuals after withdrawing from the legal commitment.
The GFSA, which represents 75% of the Church’s worldwide membership, issued a statement on Monday announcing its separation from the Church of England.
The statement, signed by 10 bishops, states that ‘the GFSA no longer recognizes the Bishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, as the head of the Anglican Church’.
The Anglican Church of Rwanda has also announced that it has completely separated from that in England. The Bishop of the Anglican Church of Rwanda, Dr. Laurent Mbanda, said that the church he leads was deeply saddened by the decision taken by England to pray for the blessing of the homeless in the church.
“Our relationship with the Anglican Church of England has been damaged by its decision to endorse inequality,” the statement continued.
Supporters of the Anglican Church of England’s move say that the opposition to same-sex marriage is an insistence on ancient doctrines about marriage and sex.Homosexuals: The Anglican Churches in different countries continue to separate themselves from that in Great Britain
Welby said that he personally would not bless the hypocrites for seeking the unity of the Anglican Church in the World. He asked believers to unite and ask that homosexuals be tolerated because they are not against the gospel.
The Anglican Churches of Great Britain are going to meet together and look at how they strengthen the work of evangelism based on the fundamental principles on which the church was founded, based on the teachings of the Bible.
It is planned that the general assembly to study the future of the church will be held from May 28 to May 31, 2024, in Cairo, Egypt.