Malaysian delegation lead intentional discipleship week in Lichfield diocese

Posted Jul 11, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Church of England’s Diocese of Lichfield has welcomed a team of Anglicans from the dioceses of West Malaysia and Kuching to lead a week of events on intentional discipleship. The Primate of South East Asia and Bishop of West Malaysia, Archbishop Moon Hing, and the Bishop of Kuching, on the island of Borneo, Bishop Danald Jute, head up the delegation of bishops, clergy and lay people. The dioceses have enjoyed a 30-year-long Companionship Partnership, but while that is now coming to an end, the dioceses have committed to continue their partnership and friendship in informal ways.

“God is good, and it is through His goodness, I believe, that we are able to gather over these few days”, Bishop Danald said as he addressed a small gathering over an al fresco breakfast in the garden of the Bishop of Lichfield’s house this morning (Wednesday). “It is our joy and our privilege to continue to walk together. We are honored.”

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