Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA)
1870, as an autonomous member church of F-XF5079 - Anglican Communion, British Anglicans having first met for worship in Cape Town (South Africa) in 1806 and first bishop appointed 1847. Original title: Church of the Province of Southern Africa (CPSA). Current title adopted 30 Sep 2006.
Honour God in worship that feeds and empowers us for faithful witness and service; embody and proclaim the message of God's redemptive hope and healing for people and creation; grow communities of faith that form, inform and transform those who follow Christ.
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Provincial Synod (every 3 years); Provincial Standing Committee (meets annually between Provincial Synods); Synod of Bishops (twice a year).
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