Mila Tsoneva, who is a specialist vocal scholar, travelled to Zambia to further her knowledge of African choral traditions.
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On Sunday 2 September, we hold Archbishop Albert Chama, and the people of the Diocese of Lusaka, in our thoughts and prayers, as Archbishop Albert is enthroned as the new Bishop of Lusaka.
We are delighted to welcome Annabel Capel who joins Bath and Wells as the part-time Zambia Link Coordinator.
Bishop Michael talks with Archbishop Albert Chama ahead of Zambia - Bath & Wells Sunday
This week we welcomed Kelvin Munsongo, Head of Programmes for the Zambia Anglican Council to Bath and Wells who is in the UK to attend USPGs annual conference, which this year focused on the theme of justice – for climate, gender and race. Kelvin came across to Bath and Wells to meet with Bishop Michael and Sara Emmett, our Adviser for Climate Justice and Environment.
Churches across Bath and Wells and in Zambia are invited to celebrate the links between the dioceses on Sunday, 2 July on the renamed ‘Zambia - Bath and Wells Sunday’.
Fr Bernard Phiri and Fr Emmanuel Ngoma, two priests from the Diocese of Eastern Zambia, travelled to Bath and Wells to spend time with their link parishes.
We offer Archbishop Albert our warm congratulations.
A once-in-a-decade gathering of more than 600 Anglican bishops from 150 countries.
Zambian bishops and their wives visit Bath and Wells ahead of the Lambeth conference.
It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of the Rt Revd David Njovu, Bishop of Lusaka.
Bishop William from Eastern Zambia has thanked the people of Bath and Wells for their generous donations to help provide aid to support those devastated by recent floods.