Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi

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Mission Spotlight

The Diocese is responding to the ever changing needs of its parishioners and the communities that it serves.

 

Diocese at a Glance down arrow

Diocese at a Glance

Formed in 1995 from a division of the Diocese of Lake Malawi.

We are one of four Anglican Diocese ministering to the people of Malawi, Africa.

A member of The Church of the Province of Central Africa and world wide Anglican Communion.

Companion Diocese with Birmingham, Dallas, Fort Worth. Relationship with SOMA.

In November, 2010 the Rt. Rev. Fanuel Emmanuel Magangani was consecrated the 3rd Bishop.

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Education

The Leonard Kamungu School of Theology is an Anglican Seminary located in the city of Zomba, Malawi. The school provides classes in theology, church history, spirituality, pastoral care, as well as courses in Islam and African Traditional Religion, enabling the student to do the work of pastors as well as evangelising to the communities they will be serving. Life at Leonard Kamungu Theological College centres on the chapel which has daily morning and evening services. In addition to their studies students farm to supply food for their meals.

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In Service

In our diocese we have the order of Sister of St. Mary. Their main duty is to pray for our diocese, the church, nations and to take care of the needy. They have a maize and Irish potato garden, they keep goats, sheep and chickens. They also conduct a business of tailoring which is one way of self support.

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Anglican News From Northern Malawi

It was such a blessing to meet Mama Anabel Thomas today. It was 1996 when she came to Malawi as a missionary. We praise the Lord for her. She is one of the wonderful people who have seen our Diocese growing. ... ExpandHide

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Patrick MtongaGod is great1   ·  18 hours ago ago

Peterson BingaIt's a blessing to us, 1996 is a long time.1   ·  17 hours ago ago

Eleanor NesbittBless her and all mission people of god !!!9 hours ago ago

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We give thanks to God for the provision of this boat to replace Gabriel Boat. We give thanks to God for the African Steps a Charity organization in UK for walking with us in this project. It's going to be stationed on Likoma Island as an Ambulance Boat. (4 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Cindy Janzen GriswoldPraise God! May it be used as little as possible for emergencies!!2   ·  3 weeks ago ago

Jolly ChadzukaMay God reward all who are involved accordingly!1   ·  3 weeks ago ago

Peterson BingaAfrican Steps you're a real partner in caring for the islands of Likoma and Chizumulu plus the ADNM as a whole. A word of thanks to African Steps for the Ambulance boat 'Gabriel', it will help us very much. To the Diocesan office represented by the Rt. Rev. Fanuel Magangani, I salute you for your wisdom and friendly character that has made the Diocese to achieve tangible development within a limited time. I pray for good health as the Lord guides you. To all the managers of this boat, care if vital for the long service of the vessel. Let's take it as our own and manage it properly. We thank God for this blessing. I thank you all!1   ·  3 weeks ago ago

Lollie TwymanWe praise God for His provision and the answer to our prayers!! Thank you African Steps for helping our brothers and sisters.1   ·  3 weeks ago ago

Lana FarleyThis is great news and we praise God for answered prayer1   ·  2 weeks ago ago

Bennee PolelaWhat A Mighty God we serve!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1   ·  2 weeks ago ago

Elemia Mkomanthenga PhiriPraise God.1   ·  2 weeks ago ago

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I was honoured to participate at the wedding of our friends Kate and Tom now Mr. And Mrs.

Some of you remember Kate and Becci who came as missionaries of Right Hand Trust and served in Chilumba Parish for 8 months. It is just like yesterday when they were with us and yet years have gone by. Congratulations to the New Family. If you are happy and you want to join me in being happy for them please say Amen.
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Patrick MtongaAmen!2 months ago ago

Chifundo Emmanuel NamitepaAmen!2 months ago ago

Abel Chuvuchawo HaraAmen my Bishop.1   ·  2 months ago ago

Isaiah MatomolaAmen!1   ·  2 months ago ago

Geoffrey Drycie MsusaAmen1   ·  2 months ago ago

Cindy Janzen GriswoldAmen!1   ·  2 months ago ago

Chisomo Mtegha PreciousAmen1   ·  2 months ago ago

Peterson BingaI met Kate while in Chilumba. I say felicitations to you. I wish both of you happy life in marriage. Amen!1   ·  2 months ago ago

Stacy Richards ThomasAmen!1   ·  2 months ago ago

Jolly ChadzukaBest wishes to the new couple.1   ·  2 months ago ago

Joseph FrancisExcellent! And glad to see you wearing a biretta!1   ·  2 months ago ago

Elemia Mkomanthenga PhiriAll the best. Wishing them happy and wonderful marriage.2 weeks ago ago

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We give thanks to God for the people of St. Barnabas in Fort Worth, Texas, USA for the support in providing this auto for our Priest. It's an investment to give for the propagation of the Gospel in an efficient way. Thanks be to God. (3 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Nancy Peat Thomson-DowneyYea1   ·  3 months ago ago

Edward G Kapalamulawonderful indeed3 months ago ago

Peterson BingaWe thank God for them.3 months ago ago

Elemia Mkomanthenga PhiriBlessed be Giddy for ever.2 weeks ago ago

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I think we need to include 4 days of Safari to Luangwa National Park as part of the Malawi mission activities. It is an experience you can not forget. (9 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Anglican Diocese of Northern MalawiCan you believe that those laying down there are Lions after enjoying their kill. We watched them feasting.3 months ago ago

Cindy Janzen GriswoldPhotos are amazing!!1   ·  3 months ago ago

Julie B Cosgrovepraying for Jane Parrott and her husband heading that way! May the DOK be blessed by what the Holy Spirit speaks through her.1   ·  3 months ago ago

Peterson BingaI like this and I long to be part of that safari once this dream comes to be true. Amazing indeed.1   ·  3 months ago ago

Jolly Chadzukagood indeed but afraid of Lions lest they feast on the tourists!1   ·  3 months ago ago

John HambyBeautiful. Would love to come visit and see it someday.3 months ago ago

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Mothers Union at St. Mark's (2 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Confirmation at St. Mark's (2 photos) ... ExpandHide

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We continue to pray for peace and order in our nation as we wait for the results of our votes. ... ExpandHide

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We very grateful today to welcome the Bishop of Birmingham UK and his entourage. The worship was very good. Thanks be to God. (9 photos) ... ExpandHide

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7 years ago I was his dean and now he is my elder brother. We are privileged to have him with us. He is known in UK as a man from Africa. (2 photos) ... ExpandHide

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450 Sunday School kids gathered at St. Mark's Mzuzu over the last weekend from 12 Parishes. (4 photos) ... ExpandHide

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The rail-bow on the Lake (3 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Nancy Peat Thomson-DowneyBeautiful. Thank you for sharing.1   ·  4 months ago ago

Julie B Cosgroveso cool, when the lectionary lesson was Noah.. coincidence???1   ·  4 months ago ago

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I wish all our Anglican students who are beginning their term tomorrow, Monday 28th. Study hard. We need well disciplined and educated students for the future of our Nation in general and the Church in particular. ... ExpandHide

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We are privileged to have our Second Bishop of the Diocese, Rt. Rev. Christopher J Boyle with us. He arrived on the 24th April and will be going back on the 8th May. ... ExpandHide

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Way of the cross (2 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi added 2 new photos. (2 photos) ... ExpandHide

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Anglican Diocese of Northern MalawiShe is the Deans Wife. Mrs. Stella Chitowe. One of the courageous women who braved the heaviness of the cross.1   ·  4 months ago ago

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We give thanks to God for calling us into this ministry.

This was taken after the renewal of our Priestly Vows. The Clergy on Likoma Island representing their brothers in the mainland.

Our Geographical setup makes it hard for us all to gather together. More this year when our boats are all down. (3 photos)
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Nancy Peat Thomson-DowneyBlessings to so many wonderful members of the Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi. I want to wish each and everyone of you including all of.your members a very Happy and Blessed Easter.5 months ago ago

Kenneth MalikitaGd photo4 months ago ago

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I had no energy to update you all on what is happening in our Diocese. We have here below lost our Diocesan Finance Officer Mr. Emmanuel Banda. Some of you may have known him when you were with us in the Diocese. He passed on last Sunday early hours. Burial was on Monday 31st. March at his home area Dwangwa. ... ExpandHide

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Pious Mtonga MwalweniMay hs soul RIP5 months ago ago

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