L'Eglise Episcopal au Rwanda

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February 19, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Archbishop of Canterbury has been visiting Burundi and Rwanda over the weekend as part of a week-long visit to Africa. His first stop was Burundi, to pray with the new primate. Archbishop Justin Welby and his wife were greeted on their arrival at Bujumbura...

June 15, 2016

Juliette Mukankwiro and Dinah Igiraneza, part of the Kigali archive team, pose in front of some of the material they have sorted and stored. Photo: Jesse Zink

[Anglican Communion News Service] A new archive in the Diocese of Kigali is allowing Anglicans the opportunity to learn more...

September 20, 2010

The Rt. Rev. Onesphore Rwaje of the Diocese of Byumba has been elected by his fellow bishops to serve as archbishop and primate of the Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda for the next five years.

Rwaje, who currently serves as provincial dean for the Anglican Church of Rwanda, was...

December 12, 2007

The Province of the Episcopal Church of Rwanda, known locally as L'Eglise Episcopal au Rwanda, will change its name to the Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda, according to a resolution unanimously approved November 29 by the Provincial Synod.

The resolution was first presented at...

August 2, 2007

Following on from the gospel event and international conference in the Anglican Diocese of Shyira Diocese July 25-29, thousands of saints have gathered for an international convention in the Anglican Diocese of Gahini in the Eastern Province of Rwanda.

The five-day convention, on the...

July 29, 2007

A throng of thousands gathered to attend an international conference in the Anglican Diocese of Shyira, in the northern part of Rwanda.

The extraordinary gospel event, which started on July 25, was officially opened by the leader of the Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda,...

July 12, 2007

The Mothers' Union of the Anglican Diocese of Gahini in L'Eglise Episcopal au Rwanda has provided clothing and other basic items to hundreds of Rwandan refugees who returned to the country recently from Tanzania.

The event, which was organized by more than 70 Mothers' Union members of...

October 31, 2006

She says she has no nightmares about stepping over human bones strewn on the ground. She says she wasn’t traumatized by her trip to Rwanda to learn why one group of people killed another. But 16-year-old Mallika Kandelwhal is not your average American high school student.

Kandelwhal...

September 5, 2006

CANADA: Churches pray for peace in Caledonia ENGLAND: Back-a-Book initiative to help Lambeth Palace Library LAMBETH PALACE: Archbishop of Canterbury and Chief Rabbis sign historic agreement RWANDA: New Theological College nears completion SWITZERLAND: Old Catholics and Anglicans mark 75 years of...

July 11, 2002

General Secretary Konrad Raiser of the World Council of Churches met with a group of Rwandan genocide suspects being held at a detention camp in Arusha, Tanzania, focusing on the meaning of reconciliation. The July 4 visit was authorized by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.

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