Anglicans For Life (AFL) is the only global Anglican ministry dedicated to ending abortion and euthanasia through ministry, education, pastoral care, and biblical advocacy in partnership with churches in the Anglican Communion.
In January, AFL is taking one of the biggest steps it’s made in more than 25 years. The ministry will livestream its annual Summit on January 16 and 23. For the first time ever, every single Anglican with an internet connection can access the Summit's life-changing, life-affirming training.
Summit 2021 features outstanding keynote speakers and workshop leaders, equipping attendees with Life-Affirming teaching and ministry inspiration.
SUMMIT 2021 takes place on two consecutive Saturdays in January, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. EST.
Churches are encouraged to host a Summit 2021 Virtual Watch Party at their parish (if COVID-19 state standards allow). This will create an opportunity to build a team of folks interested in developing life ministry in the church. If your church can not do so, encourage parishioners to participate from home. Learn more and get promotional resources by visiting www.AnglicansForLife.org/Summit-2021/.
“Concerns about the Covid-19 prompted AFL’s decision to take Summit 2021 virtual,” explains AFL President Georgette Forney. “The pandemic is generating real concern about the value of life, and our message is needed now more than ever. There is a silver lining, however. In 2021, instead of only 125 people attending the Summit about life, death, abortion, and euthanasia, everyone in churches coast-to-coast can be equipped to uphold the Sanctity of Life! When I consider how church life-ministries will be mobilized, I am in awe.”