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Provincial Organisations

The Anglican Church of Southern Africa held a consultation on the Sustainable Development Goals with a particular focus on Climate Change, poverty and gender The Consultation was jointly organized by Hope Africa and the Green Anglicans. Day one was held with representatives of the Provincial Organisations, namely College of the Transfiguration, Mothers Union, Bernard Mizeki , Anglican Womens Fellowship , …

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Delegate from the Cluster with members of Chapter and The Diocesan Dean

The Eastern Cape Anglican Youth of Southern Africa (AYSA) Cluster held a successful three-day consultation from 11 to 13 October, at the All Saints Cathedral in Ngcobo Diocese of Mbashe . This was the second event hosted by the province, which included representatives from four of the six dioceses in the province. The dioceses present were Mbashe, Khahlamba, Mzimvubu and …

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Council's outreach to a children's home.

Provincial Youth Council (PYC) Consultation Anglican Church of Southern Africa Statement for release on the final day of Consultation 2017 (20-23 September 2017). 

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“BEAR EACH OTHER’S BURDENS, AND IN THIS WAY YOU WILL FULFIL THE LAW OF CHRIST”  GAL 6vs 2. This is the Biblical moto of the Girls and Boys Friendly Society (GBFS), one of the fastest growing young people societies in Africa, and across the world.

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National Child Protection Week is from 27th May to 2nd June.  National Child Protection Week (CPW) is commemorated in South Africa annually to raise awareness of the rights of children as articulated in the Children’s Act of 2005. Compassion International, in their booklet “Children”, articulates the Biblical perspective and mandate for protecting children (between the ages of 0 and 18 …

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