Leaders of a worldwide dissident Anglican movement are meeting in London to discuss how to sustain traditional Christian beliefs.
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (FCA) grew out of concern over developments in some national Churches.
Many Anglicans, particularly in Africa, object to the ordination of gay bishops in the US.
Some 200 delegates from 29 countries are expected to attend the leadership conference at a south London church.
The FCA was founded following the Gafcon (Global Anglican Future) conference in Jerusalem in 2008.
The fellowship was an attempt by more traditional Christians to re-assert what its leaders regard as authentic biblical teaching.Continue Reading on www.bbc.co.uk