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"Quit You Like Men" 1Cor:16:13


Like years past, the Divine Commonwealth Conference of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion (DIVCCON), this year, has its unique impact on the over 10,000 laity, clergy, and Bishops in attendance.

The theme, “Quit you like men” drawn from 1Corinthians 15:13, set the platform for the challenge to the Church and expounded in the Bible studies led by Bishop Foreman Nedison, who challenged the Church to stand firm in faith, depending on God and not on government or men, especially in the face of intense persecution and tragedies Christians face in northern Nigeria with the Boko Haram and Fulani Islamist Militias that continue to devastate Christian communities. Bishop Nedison, whose Diocese, in northeastern Nigeria, faces persecution and threats, challenged the Church never to blink in the face of terrorism, secularism and men who have made themselves gods with the aim of getting Christians and Church leaders to look up to them rather than God.

The Primate of All Nigeria and Bishop Metropolitan, Most Rev’d Henry Ndukuba, challenged the Church and the Anglican Communion to be steadfast in faith in God and be the transformers of the society. He challenged Christians to be the light to the nation, Nigeria, especially in this dark period for the Church where Christians and many other Nigerians are facing difficulties in various areas of life.”Our faith in christ will help us to fight and overcome in times of stress, difficulty, and calamity. God remains the only solution to the problems of man.” The Primate said.

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Our Vision

A bible based,spiritually dynamic, united, disciplined, self-supporting, committed to pragmatic evangelism, social welfare and a Church that epitomises the genuine love of Christ

Our Mission

The program of action include among others, additional translations of the liturgy, establishing a lay fundraising team, establishing a legal support to ensure freedom of religion and worship, and setting up cottage industries


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.


Our mission is to reach Nigerians and non Nigerians with the saving and sanctifying gracious gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in the context of the evangelical Anglican Tradition. In partnership with the Anglican Church in North America(ACNA) in this endeavor, carrying the love of Christ, we will raise the Banner and Cross of Christ high, knowing Him much more and make Him known.

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Pray for the victims of kidnappings and killings in Southern Kaduna, Niger, Plateau and Benue States. Pray for Borno State where Boko Haram’s control of many communities has prevented Christian activities.

Pray for the Dioceses of Kaduna and Owerri as they grapple with violence in many communities.

Remember Leah Sharibu still in captivity as well as the remaining Chibok schoolgirls as well as many who have been taken into this slavery by radical Islamic sects.

Pray for our soldiers and security operatives fighting the insurgency in north-eastern Nigeria. Pray for protection for then and remember their families who are also constantly anxious for these soldiers in the battle front

 for pastors in central and northeastern Nigeria who are constanly targets for killings by Islamic Fulani herdsmen militias and Boko Haram; pray for their protection and proactive work in spreading the love of Christ in these regions.

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