African Anglicans host discussion on how to support bishops in their ministry

Posted Dec 5, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] How can the church offer support and training to bishops as they both enter into and develop in their ministry? That was the question being discussed at a round-table meeting organized in Nairobi, Kenya, by the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa and the Anglican mission agency USPG. The discussion arose from an impact report on work undertaken by USPG in its Episcopal Accompaniment program, which found that being a bishop can often be lonely and challenging.

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