Bishop Vicente Msosa was enthroned as Bishop of Niassa on 1 April 2017. ALMA was represented by the Bishop for ALMA, Bishop Rob Wickham.
On 31 January 2017, during Bishop Richard Chartres’ farewell visit to London Diocesan House, ALMA presented him with a photobook and a capulana as a mark of our thanks for his support for ALMA since 1998.
We heard on 26 September 2016 that the Archbishop of Cape Town has announced the outcome of the Electoral College for the Diocese of Niassa.
The Revd Vicente Msosa was elected the next Bishop of Niassa. His Grace kindly requests that you keep Revd Vicente, his wife Anastacia and children Andrason, Ebenezer and Omegarda in prayer as they prepare themselves for this journey in their new life in the Diocese of Niassa.
Parts of Mozambique have experienced harvest failure because of rain. The Diocese of Niassa has been helping in the relief activities. We have reports on what has been done. The reports have now been updated with a link to a blog post by Jo Beale, and the responses from ALMA and some London parishes.
ALMA is delighted that the Bishop of London has announced Bishop Rob Wickham, the new Bishop of Edmonton, as the next Bishop for ALMA in London. Bishop Rob will be joined by the newly appointed Archdeacon of Hampstead John Hawkins.
Our 2014-15 special project has come to fruition: 2,200 ALMA Tutudesks have been delivered – 1,100 to Maputo (for Maciene and other schools in Lebombo Diocese) and 1,100 to Nampula (for Nacala and other schools in Niassa Diocese).
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