The assembly of delegates at GAFCON has been very diverse. There are people from 38 countries here. And even more Anglican provinces.
Each country and province so different. And yet we have been brought together at the conference with all our difference, united in the death and resurrection of Christ, united in the Spirit of the Lord.
But there is one other thing that has united us this week:
We break twice a day for tea. Morning and afternoon. Strong Kenyan tea, which, if you don’t watch out, will be steeped in hot milk rather than water.
Conversations ripple around the courtyard of the Cathedral; the clink of teacups playing a delicate counterpoint.