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Lent Appeal 2017
On behalf of ALMA
and our Diocesan Partners
in Angola and Mozambique
The Diocese of Niassa
Sowing Seeds
for Tomorrow
is building a church
training hub with
accommodation in
Nampula for the huge
Lurio region.
The Diocese of Niassa
 locally ordained priests,
 lay leaders,
 Mothers’ Union and
 community development
fieldworkers & teams.
It will be u...
Construction has already begun!
 Improved water supply
 Protection wall
 Female dormitory
 Male dormitory
Next phase:
Lurio:
 Home for 9 million people - 20,000 Anglicans
 Currently an episcopal area
 Planned missionary diocese by 2017
w...
Nampula
• The principal town in Northern Mozambique
• Easy connections to the Diocese of Lebombo
A strategic location
 For clergy training
 Guest house for
mission workers
 Meeting point for
Diocesan staff and
volunteers
A multi-use spac...
Muassite’s journey
For Muassite, the new
church training hub will
be a life changer. She
lives in Cabo Delgado,
but her ro...
Muassite’s journey
Several hours
of walking with
luggage
2 long
distance
buses
12 hours on
cramped
minibuses = 3 days of t...
Muassite’s journey
Muassite is often away
from home for 10 days at
a time and returns
exhausted.
A new training hub in Nam...
“Our brainstorming and story-telling work goes well
whether we are under a mango tree, or on a boat, or
sitting around a t...
“…but it’s much easier to
track budgets and define
indicators and write reports
where there are tables and
chairs and elec...
Please join us as we journey with our vibrant and
optimistic partners in Christ during Lent 2017 and
support them in
Sowin...
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Lent Appeal 2017 Niassa project

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Niassa (Northern Mozambique) is building a church training hub with accommodation in Nampula for the huge Lurio region - to be used for training locally ordained priests, lay leaders, Mothers’ Union, community development fieldworkers and teams.

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Lent Appeal 2017 Niassa project

  1. 1. Lent Appeal 2017 On behalf of ALMA and our Diocesan Partners in Angola and Mozambique The Diocese of Niassa
  2. 2. Sowing Seeds for Tomorrow
  3. 3. is building a church training hub with accommodation in Nampula for the huge Lurio region. The Diocese of Niassa
  4. 4.  locally ordained priests,  lay leaders,  Mothers’ Union and  community development fieldworkers & teams. It will be used for training:
  5. 5. Construction has already begun!
  6. 6.  Improved water supply  Protection wall  Female dormitory  Male dormitory Next phase:
  7. 7. Lurio:  Home for 9 million people - 20,000 Anglicans  Currently an episcopal area  Planned missionary diocese by 2017 with an administrative & spiritual centre in Nampula A strategic location
  8. 8. Nampula • The principal town in Northern Mozambique • Easy connections to the Diocese of Lebombo A strategic location
  9. 9.  For clergy training  Guest house for mission workers  Meeting point for Diocesan staff and volunteers A multi-use space:
  10. 10. Muassite’s journey For Muassite, the new church training hub will be a life changer. She lives in Cabo Delgado, but her role as mission work co-ordinator means she has to travel many miles to meet with colleagues
  11. 11. Muassite’s journey Several hours of walking with luggage 2 long distance buses 12 hours on cramped minibuses = 3 days of travel
  12. 12. Muassite’s journey Muassite is often away from home for 10 days at a time and returns exhausted. A new training hub in Nampula would save her all this travel.
  13. 13. “Our brainstorming and story-telling work goes well whether we are under a mango tree, or on a boat, or sitting around a table…” Rebecca Vander Meulen Director of Mission
  14. 14. “…but it’s much easier to track budgets and define indicators and write reports where there are tables and chairs and electricity.
  15. 15. Please join us as we journey with our vibrant and optimistic partners in Christ during Lent 2017 and support them in Sowing Seeds for Tomorrow For more information visit www.london.anglican.org/lentappeal

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