Eighty million Anglicans around the world are watching the effective disintegration of the Anglican Communion this week.
In its place is the Global Anglican Future Conference, known as GAFCON. The organization is meeting for the second time ever and its leaders say GAFCON is the new center of Anglicanism.
The historic head of the Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury, met briefly with GAFCON leaders in Nairobi recently.
"The crisis in the Anglican Communion is behind us," the chair of GAFCON, the Most Rev. Eliud Wabukala, said. "We have moved on. Although the factors that produced it are still there, there are wider issues in the world for Christians also to address."
CBN News's Heather Sells recently spoke with Anglican journalist David Virtue, with Virtue Online, about the new shifts in the Anglican Church. Click play to watch.