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The Diocese of Niassa is building a new church training hub with accommodation in Nampula for the huge Lurio region. There are plans for this area to become the new missionary Diocese of Lurio with Nampula as the centre. This will be used for training for...

It's hard to sufficiently emphasize strongly enough the impact 'The Equipas da Vida - Teams of Life' in Niassa has across this Anglican Diocese. The recent report from the Mission Department of its work last year in 2015 tells us that there are now an...

With 146 churches, 158,000 members and 87 Pastors, his job must be a tough one at times: Bishop Andre, the Anglican Bishop of Angola is visiting the UK this summer and MANNA is delighted to invite you to hear him speak about the life of...

If you haven't already clicked on our little movie clips of worship from a few of the churches in Mozambique and Angola, you're missing out! Click here to see our Vimeo page and have a taster of singing and worship, Mozambique-Angola style. It'll give you...

This vibrant choir from Yohanna Abdullah Church, Kuchijinji, Niassa have made a DVD! MANNA will be selling copies to support them and the diocese. If you are interested in buying one, get in touch....

Click below to download the latest magazine from MANNA with the news from the dioceses in Mozambique and Angola. Newsletter Spring 2016 (Final)  ...

This wonderful photo was taken at the end of January, when the Diocese of Niassa came together to pray, decide on and elect their new Bishop. At the end of this weekend, they had not come to a decision and so they decided to defer...

The Anglican Diocese of Niassa, Mozambique is currently carrying out emergency response work in the provinces of Zambezia and Nampula, responding to food insecurity that has emerged as a result of late and minimal rains in the 2015-2016 planting season and poor harvest from the...

Dr Peg Cumberland has spent 20 years working in Mozambique, setting up community health projects under the Anglican diocese of Niassa, in remote rural areas with no functioning health services. Her involvement with epilepsy began in 2007 when she was approached by local people with epilepsy who were desperate...