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2F6E6E5F-24B3-481A-A984-A15348 Outside the Cathedral in August 2019, with Rev Tim Edwards from Rochester Diocese UK.


Kondoa Diocese is an exciting and growing Church with a lot happening. We want to keep you up to date on all events. Please click on articles below to read up on recent events or announcements.

 

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Young people welcome Bishop Given to their conference
A joyful service for eight ordinands
Bishop Given and Canon George are teaching in the deaneries
Videos and pictures from the conference
A very successful and encouraging Diocesan conference
The service was attended by Mr Simon Odunga, Chemba District Commissioner and friends from the Diocese of Rochester.
The latest news from Kondoa on work in the rural areas to address concers about the Covid-19 virus.
Today we held a wonderful service together with our Lutheran sisters in the Kondoa Cathedral.
Bishop Given opened the retreat with a devotion from Nehemia chapter 4: 1-6, encouraging the Pastors and their wives to expect opposition when they live and minister in their parishes.
There has been heavy flooding in the east of the Diocese, in particular in Mrijo parish, within the Itolwa Deanery.
Bishop Given led a wonderful service at the cathedral of Kondoa, the church was full and Jesus rose into everyone's lives in a very special way!
The conference was attended by 178 church leaders: clergy and catechists.
I will forever remember my journey to Tanzania, in particular Kondoa, and the warmth and generosity of its people.
A deanery seminar April 2016
Thank you from Bishop Given for your prayers, your love and your practical help at this time of hunger.
News from Bishop Given about how funds from the Diocese of Rochester were used to help in the drought
A new Landcruiser is purchased!
The purpose of the Synod is to bring lay people and pastors together to review the work of the Diocese for the past three years and plan for the following three years.
Overseas sponsorship can make a real difference in helping the diocese meet its vision of a healthy and vibrant diocese.
Reverend Lilian, wife of Bishop Given, took part in the Bishops' wives retreat.