For names of the new bishops see the Diary Dates.
For lists and maps of the new Dioceses, see the Partners page.
On 24 September, the inauguration service of IAMA (Igreja Anglicana de Mocambique e Angola) was held. It was led by Archbishop Justin Welby.
The Bishops of the four founding Dioceses of the new province for Angola and Mozambique (IAMA) outlined their thoughts and aspirations for the future during the Special Synod at which their Constitution was adopted on 1 September.
We have news of the formal approval for the foundation of a new Province for the Anglican Churches of Angola and Mozambique.
There is a continuing insurgency in the Northern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado.
The ALMA co-ordinator, Sheenagh Burrell, updated the Cabo Delgado News article on the Diocese of London Website on 17 March.
We will share the most recent news here, and on our Facebook and Twitter feeds, and there are links to earlier news items and further reading suggestions in our Nampula Diocese section.
We have news from the Diocese of Angola, about many new ordinations and also new archdeaconries and parishes.
We are starting an ALMA Morning Prayer each Wednesday to enable us to pray together as a Partnership in the Gospel.
The Province of Southern Africa has discussed the proposal for a new Lusaphone province for Angola and Mozambique, and approved the vision.
The Diocese of London has published an article by John Tasker about how our ALMA Partners are using digital media during the Coronavirus pandemic.
You can read the article here.
Like the Church in London, our partner dioceses are greatly affected by the pandemic.
The Dioceses in Mozambique have issued guidelines in response to the pandemic. They have suspended services and events at their churches, but the church buildings remain open for individual prayer.
The full guidance is here (286Kb).
There is also an archive of older news stories