Later this month, from September 28 – October 1, the Anglican Mission in Canada will be hosting their annual National Summit. Jericho Road Church in Port Alberni, British Columbia, will be the host site, and they are looking forward to hosting numerous bishops and archbishops from around the world. Retired Archbishop Yong of Southeast Asia and retired Archbishop Kolini of Rwanda along with Bishops Bahati and William from the Congo will be leading, but additionally recently enthroned Archbishop Masimango Katanda of the Congo will be be attending.

Bishop Masimango enters Saint Peters Parish upon his enthronement.

Bishop Masimango enters Saint Peters Parish upon his enthronement.

Archbishop Masimango was enthroned this past week at Saint Peter’s Parish in the Congo. Clergy from the Anglican Mission, including Bishop Schnackenberg of Epiphany Fellowship in Colorado and Bishop Jones of All Saints in Texas, were in attendance for the enthronement. This was indeed an exciting event, and the Anglican Mission in Canada is extremely excited to have Archbishop Masimango in British Columbia at the end of the month.

At the National Summit, sessions will highlight these church leaders’ stories of mission and discipleship, and the Anglican Mission in Canada leadership will facilitate a variety of interactive ministry opportunities. They “look forward to significant times of worship, prayer, spiritual formation, fostering relationships, and more!”

To view the schedule for the Summit, register, and learn more about the Anglican Mission in Canada, click here.