Diocese of Niassa

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Diocese of Niassa
Location
Ecclesiastical province Anglican Church of Southern Africa
Archdeaconries 6
Statistics
Parishes 32
Congregations 426
Members 65,500
Information
Rite Anglican
Cathedral St. Bartholomew, Messumba
Current leadership
Bishop Mark van Koevering
Website
Anglican Diocese of Niassa at the ACSA Official Website

The Diocese of Niassa (pt. Diocese Anglicana do Niassa) it is one of the two Anglican dioceses of Mozambique, both part of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. This diocese is the more Northern of the two, the other is Lebombo. It is divided into 6 archdeaconries: Cobue, Lunho, Lichinga, Milange, Rio Chire and Lurio.

The current bishop is Mark Van Koevering, an American of Dutch descent, in office since 2003.

The diocese has 426 congregations, over 65,500 worshippers, and 55 priests. It has a link with the Diocese of London in the Church of England.

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