The Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion (EFAC) works in fellowship to encourage faithful obedience to Jesus and His Word and foster good relationships amongst fellow Anglicans in and across cultures.

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EFAC was founded by John Stott in 1961. Our primary work is to provide resources and encouragement for evangelicals in the Anglican Communion. We are Bible People, Church People. Gospel People.
Our Mission

Encouraging and developing biblically faithful fellowship, teaching and mission throughout the Anglican world.


EFAC works strategically to encourage and develop biblically faithful teaching and mission by serving and strengthening national and regional chapters of EFAC. These, in turn, teach, train and serve Church leaders, who are then empowered to faithfully teach and disciple believers.


EFAC is a truly international organization. There are chapters in Australia, England, New Zealand, South Africa, Nigeria, Wales, Canada, the USA, and Ireland. Work to establish chapters in Kenya, Uganda, India, Singapore, the Congo, Burundi, Brazil, Myanmar, Madagascar, Malawi, Tanzania, and Sudan is in progress.

Thank you for everyone who was able to join us, online, for the John Stott 100 EFAC Centenary Service, broadcast live from All Souls, London, 11am 27 April. If you missed it, you can now watch and share the full film below using the link above to our YouTube channel. The service begins at 1:18!

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