Ministries - Continuing Indaba

A journey of conversation to strengthen relationships for mission

Rev. Dr. Emily Onyango

Senior Lecturer, Saint Paul's University, Limuru

‘My prayer is that in this process we will first and foremost listen to God, we will genuinely listen to each other and that the whole process is genuinely rooted on the Bible. God urges us to reconcile to each other because we have been reconciled to God’

  •  Intensifying relationships across the Communion
  •  Energising local and global mission
  •  Enabling genuine conversation across difference

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Current News Items

A new book which challenges Anglicans around the world to engage in reconciliation has been praised by the Archbishop of Canterbury.

The Anglican Communion has launched a new online collection of resources to support the Continuing Indaba programme.

The first three-day Indaba process specifically designed for women to discuss the issue of violence has been hailed a success by participants.

A wide variety of members presented the report from the Continuing Indaba program at the meeting today of the Anglican Consultative Council meeting in Auckland, New Zealand.

Enabling conversation across difference has been the main objective of the Anglican Communion’s Continuing Indaba and Mutual Listening Process. 

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