First of all, GAFCON is going to get a relaunch in 2012 in Jerusalem. It does seem to have become a case of nothing much happening from this entryist body, except it is going in a more multi-denominational direction. Perhaps it never gained the further support it needed within Anglicanism to apply any weight outside the ACNA split. So far it seems to be much of a nothing in the UK. Perhaps if they get some entryism going here we also might find "unruly" clergymen, whatever they may be.
A number of Nigerian hierarchs went to London on 16th February this year and saw the Archbishop of Canterbury. They want Anglican churches including some redundant ones to hand themselves over at times for Nigerian style worship. This is because, on coming to London and the rest of Britain, Nigerians prefer to go to charismatic and media style churches. So the Archbishop dived into action by asking for written proposals.
I note that Dingle-in-the-Bottom church isn't doing much on Sunday afternoons. Can a group of Nigerians have it for a couple of hours each Sunday, with a hiring of the kitchen, so that we can play some loud music? This is proposal number 1.
Nicky Okoh, from Pokey Poko, Nigeria.
Good one. Contact the incumbent.
Respect to the Lord like.
Rowan the Boat
As comments make clear, and I didn't, the less than humorous side of this is the intended 'entryism' by setting up separate worshipping and oversight that would then be for more than just Nigerians.