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by Michael Ford last modified 28 Jun, 2018 10:54 AM

The latest news and developments from the Sudans Link, the Episcopal Church of South Sudan & Sudan, and our Sudanese contacts.


Read the latest Sudan Bulletin here.

Read a report from a SOMA visit to Maridi here.

On 19 January 2018, Archbishop Daniel Deng Bol officially retired. On 20 January, Maridi's Bishop Justin was elected the next Primate of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan. He was welcomed on 13 February. The Bishop of Salisbury congratulated the new Archbishop

More news here.

Saturday 11 January 2018 is being kept as an urgent day of prayer in South Sudan. 
More here

Latest from Kajo-Keji [September 2017] here.

In August 2017, Robert Hayward, along with members of Christian Aid, was in Greater Nyal to see the impact money raised in the Lent appeal has made to those who've benefitted. 
Click here to read more.

On 30 July 2017 the 39th Anglican Province, the Province of Sudan, was inugurated by the Archbishop of Canterbury. More here.

Bishop Gwynne College, Juba

Keep up to date via their website, here.

Sudan Sunday

Traditionally a fixed date in June has been designated as 'Sudan Sunday' when Parishes can focus in on our Diocesan link with the Episcopal Church of Sudan.  Often parishes request some support from the Sudan Committee, either to preach, display information or speak briefly after the service about the Link.  This has sometimes stretched the Committee and the information resources available to the point at which some requests have had to be refused.  It has therefore been decided that Parishes may designate a Sunday in June that best suits them, and that can be supported by the Sudan Committee, as their 'Sudan Sunday'.  It is hoped that this will create some flexibility.  Please contact the Secretary if support is wanted.

Contact: Sudan Secretary
01722 411922
Fax: 01722 411990

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