NZ $10,000 in 2019


Anglican Missions has been supporting the Anglican Church of Tanzania for many years. As in other parts of Africa, the Church in Tanzania is experiencing rapid growth and is working hard to train clergy and build churches.

The $10,000 grant for 2019 will go towards the Archbishop’s pastoral visits. During 2019, the proposed dioceses to be visited are: Victoria Nyanza (DVN), Dar es Salaam, Rukwa, Kibondo, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tabora and Central Tanganyika.

Read here recent news from the Diocese of Kibondo (2018/2019).

Photo to the right is of a recent House of Bishops (and wives) retreat in the Diocese of Newala, which recently celebrated a 10 years anniversary. Sept 2019

Five Archbishops were at the retreat – two former Tanzanian primates (Donald Mtetemela and Jacob Chimeledya), the Primate of the Congo (Masimango Katanda), the General Secretary of the Anglican Consultative Council (Archbishop Josiah Idowu-Fearon) and the current Archbishop (Maimbo Mndolwa).

Past Projects

In 2018, $18,000 was provided of which half ($9,000) was allocated for Archbishop pastoral visits to 7 of the Dioceses, and the other half ($9000) of the grant towards the Strategic Plan workshop held to formulate a Five Year ACT Zonal Strategic Plan to provide the direction of the Church for the next 5 years. The workshop was held for 6 days and involves participants from 7 Dioceses.

  • National Workshop NZ $9,000.00 in 2018

    This project was completed in 2018. The 2018 project was to formulate a Five Year ACT (Anglican Church of Tanzania) Strateguc Plan that would provide direction for the Church for five more»
    ACT Strategic Plan
  • NZ $9,000 in 2019

    The Anglican Church in Tanzania (ACT) continues to grow. And with growth comes the challenges of training and equipping across large geographical distances. more»
    Archbishop's Pastoral Visits
  • NZ $7,000 in 2014 - project complete.

    This is the highest body in the Anglican Church of Tanzania that meets at the end of every THREE years. In 2014 the synod met in November to hear reports from all boards and formulate new policies. Present was all 27 bishops, 4 representatives from every diocese – 2 ministers and 2 lay people, and representatives of Youth and Mothers Union, about 150 in total. The money covered board and lodge costs as other costs were covered by the dioceses. more»
    Provincial Synod