The Anglican Church of Southern Africa will commemorate the 150th anniversary of its inauguration this Sunday.
A service marking the anniversary will be led by Archbishop Thabo Makgoba with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby making an online appearance as a keynote speaker.
The service will take place at the St George’s Cathedral in Cape Town.
ACSA’s 150th anniversary service will now be held at 4pm on Sunday Sept 20, to enable SABC2 to broadcast it. The @OfficialSACC and @SolidarityRSA will join the service, led by @ArchbishopThabo and with Archbishop of Canterbury @JustinWelby preaching. https://t.co/lg07zmamZR
— Anglican Media SA (@AnglicanMediaSA) September 17, 2020
Makgoba says various religious denominations from the Christian community including the South African Council of Churches will all celebrate with the Anglican Community.
Archbishop of Canterbury @JustinWelby to preach at 150th anniversary service of Anglican Church of Southern Africa, joining @ArchbishopThabo and the Bishops of the Province @acsaworship https://t.co/inIEjC7Voz pic.twitter.com/BrMbvdtiXI
— Anglican Media SA (@AnglicanMediaSA) September 12, 2020
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