We are a group of Anglican clergy and lay people who value the evangelical heritage of the Anglican Church, and who endeavor to make a positive, constructive contribution at local, diocesan and national levels. EFAC SA is part of the world-wide Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion.

We are keen to see healthy and growing Anglican churches who confess the ultimate authority of scripture for life and ministry. Our goal is to promote biblical ministry and evangelism, to provide quality resources for churches and organisations engaged in gospel ministry, and to support the identifying and development of gospel workers. We provide regular updates on matters relating to the Anglican Communion locally, nationally and internationally.

Our denomination is facing some significant challenges, and we are not only keen to keep our members informed, but to ensure the evangelical voice is being heard with clarity and conviction in our city and throughout the state. Our association with other EFAC branches nationally and internationally helps us to stay across relevant matters influencing the life of the Anglican church.

We welcome new members to EFAC SA. For more information about becoming a member, see our membership page.

If you are in full or part-time evangelical ministry, you might like to consider coming along to our regular Ministry Workers’ training. These are opportunities to encourage one another in our pastoral work, discuss issues relating to our denomination and beyond, and pray for one another as we partner together in the gospel. For more information about our forums, contact our Coordinator Paul Hunt.

We operate under a National Constitution.

Our purpose is to maintain and promote a strong biblical witness in and through the Anglican Church so as to advance the cause of the gospel in Australia.

Our aims rest upon the conviction that a strong biblical witness is essential for the life and health of the Anglican Communion. within the wider context of seeking first God’s kingdom and the building up of his people.

  1. To promote the supreme authority of Scripture in matters of both faith and conduct throughout the Anglican Church at every level of its life and witness
  2. To share with members of the Anglican Church a commitment to biblical obedience particularly in the areas of Christian discipleship, servant leadership, church renewal, and mission in the world.
  3. To foster fellowship and unity among evangelical Anglicans throughout Australia.
  4. To function as a resource group to develop and encourage biblically faithful leadership in all spheres of life.
  5. To provide a forum, where appropriate:
    a) for taking counsel on important issues, in order, where possible to develop policies in matters of common concern, and
    b) for articulating gospel distinctives in the area of faith, order, life and mission by consultations and publications.
  6. To promote evangelism through the local church and planting new congregations.
  7. To co-ordinate and encourage EFAC branches/groups in provinces or dioceses of the Anglican Church of Australia.