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

Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi added 3 new photos.

We are making progress.
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Progress is being noticed indeed

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Very encouraging indeed and it's giving hope for all of us.

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Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi added 8 new photos.

We thank God for enabling us to fulfill all the assignments over the weekend. On Saturday we had requiem mass for the repose of the Late Mama Charity Grace Sauli wife to the late Canon Peter Sauli in Lilongwe. We drove all night to arrive in Karonga for the Induction service of the Venerable Canon Ng’oma as Parish priest for St. Ambrose Parish and Archdeacon of Karonga and Chitipa in the morning of Sunday. Soon after that we cruised to Chitipa for the confirmation of 36 new members. Praise be to God whose mercy endures for ever.
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Very tight and important program but with God all things are possible.

3 weeks ago   ·  2
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Well done as the church grows with abled members,who can help in ministering.

3 weeks ago   ·  2
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Praise be to God. With God all things are possible. You always amaze me Lord Bishop, stay blessed.

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May God be praised for your Episcopal ministry in such a challenging terrain. More grace for such African unique mission.

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No no no too much Lord Bishop. I am coming back as Chaplain to restrict the itenerary kkkkk. Grace and peace

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May God shower you with many blessings!

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Tight program indeed and praise be to GOD for the successful one

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Let his mighty name be glorified henceforth for working tirelessly

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Dear Bishop, God bless you always as you bring our dear Lord to His Beloved people ❤️

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Glory be to God for adding more to the kingdom. I can see happy faces regardless of their situation. I can perceive how leackages take place during rainny Sundays.

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Praise you Bishop and all who serve our Lord and Master who serve Him in Northern Malawi. Now sir Bishop I think you need some downtime and get some much needed sleep.

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Yes, I saw you in Chitipa. You are a hard worker lord Bishop Fanuel Magangani. May God bless you so much for serving him whole heartedly

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Nice one may God bless the people of diocese of northern malawi

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His name is Yahweh

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Wow!!That's ministry my Bishop. Is there a way that church's roof change improved with news grass? It looks wonderful

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Mpingo wapamalo ponse

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Glory be to God for travelling mercies

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Thanks and praise be to the Mighty one For making all the three events a success.

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Good for your message

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This is men at work way ahead. We thank God for you Bishop. ...a noble calling to a noble service to the noble God to His noble people reserved for the noble mansions in the noble heavens.

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We thank heavens

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Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi added 5 new photos.

Look with me what I saw today as a progress of men working a head.
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What is this project

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The time on the Island of Likoma and Chizumulu has been a blessing. Time well spent. Today I visited my former secondary school in those days it was Malawi College of Distance Education (MCDE) formally Malawi Correspondence College (MCC). One encouraging thing happened was that students instead of asking for anything else they asked for Bibles. This is a great request that I will strive to provide come rain or come sunshine. What a great request of the Word of God. I hope I will find some colleague to join me provide these Bibles to this School.
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That's very encouraging indeed. I hope we your visit our Bishop of Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi Rt Rev.Fanuel Magangani,the Holy spirit might have guided them. I hope once their request will be fulfilled their life will be changed in the society as they will definitely use it to its intended purpose. Thanks to you and those to assist you in making this happen.Continue to be blessed as continue serving the Lord.

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Weldone

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Awesome! Would love to visit again

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Wonderful indeed

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Good bless you abundantly

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Ambuye alemekezeke

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Glory be to Almighty God

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Bravo, Chipyera Alumni. We thank God that Chipyera has you n other figures out there!

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We give thanks to God for the increase he is giving us all the time. Today in the week at St. Mark’s Church worshiping at Nkhwazi Primary School Hall. 39 members have been confirmed.
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We thank God for all of this.

2 months ago   ·  1
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Yes thanks be to God the Almighty for the work beautifully done my Lord Bishop. Your presence in the Archdeaconry this week has made the church to add more confirmed members a good sign of growth of the Body of Christ. What remains now is how to nurture the new added flock. Let the good work continue to the glory of God the Almighty.

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Praise be to God

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What a great day at St. Peter’s Cathedral. No wonder this is the mother Church of the Anglican Parishes in Malawi, South West Tanzania, Northern Mozambique and Zambia. A five hour marathon to confirm 215 members. Each one of them had to be treated as the only person of the day. Praise the Lord.
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Where are most of the confirmands from? I did not think the population of the island was so large as to have over 200 people for confirmation!

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St Peters is just iconic!

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Great good job sikofu

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Great Job Indeed Ambuye.

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For sure my dear Lord Bishop, I think you noticed what I said yesterday that this confirmation will be very unique because some of the confirmands were those who shun confirmation several times and many years passed. With God’s grace and help they gave in through the pastoral census we had two months ago. Praises to God the Almighty!!! Bravo Lord Bishop! Let the good work continue to the glory of God the Almighty.

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Good job, your Lordship. Praise be to GOD.

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Great job indeed

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Praise be to God!

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A word to those confirmed: Read Matthew 28:16-20 as I quote:"...though some of them doubted...Go then, to all peoples everywhere and make them my disciples:...And I will be with you always, to the end of the age."

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I miss these rare moments...Likoma Jiko

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Praise be to the Almighty in the Highest

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Praise the Lord!

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Great job Bishop, This is our Cathedral, South west Tanganyika and later on Southern Highlands those Diocese born here praise the Lord!!!

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Glory be to God Almighty

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Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi added 2 new photos.

At least 12 confirmed in Mzimba today. We also had a reception celebration for Fr. Dancan Manda after his ordination to priesthood.
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Thanks be to God!

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Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi added 5 new photos.

We give thanks to God for the 43 new members confirmed to day at St. Mark’s Church, Mzuzu. Thanks be to God.
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Amen

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To God be the glory

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May church do the needful by continuing lead them through fellowship in order to grow spiritually God will do the rest

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Welcome back home Bishop Boyle. We rejoice in the Lord for your coming.
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Alandilidwa Ambuye sikofu

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Welcome home our Bishop

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Welcome

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Wow!! Good to see him with you. My memories are being refreshed when he supported our ministry work/conference at Likoma as young and charismatic clergy. We are proud that from our team we have you as a bishop. He must.be proud of you too

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Wow I wish I was there to see him. Anyway there’s time for everything... Welcome back home Bishop CJ Boyle.

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Was this the first time for the 2 Bishops to be together in the DNM? What a joy ! Wish I could have been there!!

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Tawalandira ndi manja awiri ambuye a Boyle

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Bishop and Clergy Visit Texas

A synopsis of the joyous visit with the people in our Companion Diocese of Fort Worth Texas. Click here to View