Saturday, February 22, 2014

CAPA seeks a 'unified and self-sustaining Anglican Church in Africa'

By Bellah Zulu
Anglican Communion News Service
February 21, 2014

Bishops from Burundi, Congo and Rwanda attend CAPA leadership training in Kenya. Photo: ACNS

It's a well-known fact that since the establishment of the Anglican Church in Africa in the 1800s, the Africa churches have largely depended on outside donors for material, mission and financial support. Until recently most Africa Christians did not believe that the church could survive without the support of western donors.

The Rev. Canon Grace Kaiso is the general secretary of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA), which coordinates and articulates issues affecting the church and communities on the continent.

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