To bring salvation and spiritual growth to the Diocesan Community and beyond; through evangelism, discipleship, and socio-economic development
OUR CORE VALUES
* Trusting the Word of God. * Observance of Sacraments and liturgical traditions. * Practice humility, moral courage, integrity and honesty. * Commit ourselves to stewardship and giving. * Encourage unity, fellowship and harmony
To be a caring and prayerful Church that lives according to the Word of God for the salvation of mankind
WHO ARE WE?
We are a Christian community of the Anglican tradition serving the communities of the Diocese of Lake Malawi and beyond. Our focus is upon intentional Christian discipleship expressed through worship, serving God and serving others. We offer fellowship within a loving community, Anglican spirituality, Christian education for all ages, and opportunities to serve others in the name of Jesus Christ. Come to worship. Leave to serve.
Anglican Diocese of Lake Malawi (ADLM) calved from the nation-wide former Diocese of Malawi, and is being served by Bishop Francis Frank Kaulanda. It is an affiliate of the Anglican Council of Malawi in the Province of Central Africa with 57 parishes, 64 priests and has been in existence since 1971
ORGANISATION STRUCTURE OF ADLM
Different departments and institutions are guided by the Diocesan Secretariat with the Bishop as the head of policy. The DS is responsible for administration and management whereas the Bishop focuses on pastoral issues. The organisational structure shows the proper order of functions, including roles, functions, and reporting lines, and levels of authority.
2021 BISHOP’S EASTER MESSAGE
– from the Bishop’s desk
Greetings in the mighty name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.
We, Bishop of Diocese of Lake Malawi would like to invite you all to join us in celebrating this year’s Easter. Even though this year we are again celebrating Easter amidst COVID 19 pandemic, we are very optimistic that we will survive and triumph over it because Easter event itself is about the victory of life over death and light over darkness. Let us keep on praying to God for this pandemic to go for He is our refuge and strength, a present help in trouble (Ps 46:1).