Stanley Ntagali, Archibishop Church of Uganda says Africa will not accept orders and subsequent funds from homosexuals not matter what, they would rather die poor than getting rich and finally face hell.
Ntagali made the remarks on Monday at the martyr’s day celebrations at Namugongo.
He says church of Uganda is not ready to follow the “liberal” churches that allows homosexuality practices.
“The liberals can stay with their money and we stay with our faith. We rather go to heaven poor than going to hell with a lot of money,” Ntagali stated.
Ntagali says the 2020 Lambeth Conference of Bishops scheduled to take place in Canterbury UK, will not see Church of Uganda representatives.
“The church of Uganda resolved that we are going for Lambeth 2020 and because we can’t move with people we don’t agree with. It is good our brothers Kenya have joined us.”
He says being part of the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) they will instead attend 2020 Kigali fellowship to continue spreading the word of God rather than attending the Lambeth Conference.
“We shall go to Kigali for a fellowship in 2020 to promote the Kingdom of God.”
The Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) is a line of conferences comprised of conservative Anglican bishops and leaders.
GAFCON held its first conference in 2008 in Jerusalem. It was designed to address the mushrooming division controversy cited in the Anglican church world-wide.
In this conference, GAFCON said their rise was due to the “false gospel” that came up and being promoted with in the Anglican Communion. They said this gospel advocated for variety of sexual preferences and immorality, stating that its human right, which was wrong according to GAFCON.
Ntagali also commended Kenya for standing against homosexuality.
“The High Court of Kenya also defended the laws and we want to thank them for standing firm. We thank God for that great move.”
In 2016, Church of Uganda boycotted a great Anglican Church summit held in Lusaka Zambia, because Canterbury leaders refused to shun homosexuality that’s abusing the church morals.
Ntagali in the same way wrote a letter to all bishops, clergy and lay leaders in the Anglican Church instructing them not to attend any of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) unless “Godly order is restored.”
ACC is a meeting held by the Anglican Communion meant to facilitate the co-operative work of the Anglican Churches periodically.
GAFCON says the US Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada are both evil churches and they are abusing the Anglican Church.
Besides Uganda, Kenya and Nigeria also provinces of the Anglican communion said they will not attend the Lambeth conference as well.