Who we are

We long to see the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ proclaimed to all nations and we are determined to play our part in the Great Commission. Our prayerful ambition is to see the existence of 25 AMiE churches by 2025 and 250 by 2050.

AMiE came into being as a result of the Global Anglican Futures Conference (GAFCON). Gafcon is a global movement of millions of Biblical Anglicans who are committed to proclaiming Christ faithfully to the nations. 

In December 2020, AMiE was recognised by the Gafcon Primates as a Convocation within the Gafcon family. A Convocation is another term for a diocese-in-formation. This healthy structure will enable fruitful mission. Sixteen founding churches signed the AMiE Fellowship Agreement and agreed to adopt our Constitution and Canons.

In June 2023, the AMiE Synod voted to change AMiE’s status from a Convocation to a Diocese.

AMiE is part of the Anglican Network in Europe (ANiE), which was itself authorised as an Anglican structure in 2020 by the Archbishops of Gafcon.

Every AMiE church is characterised by five identity markers and holds to AMiE’s values. To read more about our identity and values, click below.

What we believe

Together with faithful Anglicans throughout the world, we believe the doctrinal foundation of Anglicanism found in the Bible, the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, the Book of Common Prayer and the Ordinal. We also hold to the Jerusalem Statement and Declaration.