News

Click on the link below to download the most recent MANNA magazine with news from the Dioceses of Lebombo, Niassa and Angola. Manna Magazine No. 97 March 2015...

The Salt, Light and Health Community project in Cobue goes from strength to strength but now is in need of a building of its own.  Up until now the staff have been lent a building for the past eight years for their meetings, trainings, and occasional...

Mansita Sangi, Diocesan Secretary of the Anglican Diocese of Angola has been awarded the degree of Doctor of the University (PhD) in Protestant Theology by the University of Strasbourg. His doctoral thesis focuses on the Millennium Development Goals, and takes a critical look at their implementation...

It is fascinating to read this blog from Joanne & Andrew Beale who are working with the Diocese of Niassa in Water and Sanitation training. They have been in Mozambique since March '14 and their insights of life there are well worth a read. https://handstolearn.wordpress.com/...

Once more, Mozambique has experienced extensive and devastating flooding.  Tens of thousands of families have seen their homes destroyed again and have lost everything. The Diocese of Niassa, through it's existing community development work is already planning a fast and strategic response to this emergency. Working...

Below is a recent letter from the new Bishop, Manuel,  in Niassa who was consecrated in July this year as suffragan bishop to set up the structures and train leaders of all sorts in the Episcopal Areas of Lurio (Cabo Delgado and Nampula provinces) and Zambezia...

The Diocese of Niassa has for many years, run community development programmes in response to the area's most pressing needs including HIV/AIDS, agriculture and nutrition. Water and Sanitation have also always been a priority, particularly in the provinces of Zambezia and Niassa. 9 out of...

  [caption id="attachment_1117" align="alignright" width="300"] Two seminarians Patson and Kachuma who in turn will use 'Rooted in Jesus' for training[/caption] 'Rooted in Jesus' is a Christian discipleship course written for  use in Africa. It is used across the Niassa diocese for all confirmations and catechist training by priests...