James Langstaff

A Bishop Reflects

The Love of God made Visible

Ordination Charge – Ordination of Deacons and Priests 23rd September 2015 Isaiah 58.6-9 Adamnan of Iona (also known as Eunan) is probably not top of your list of famous Christians from the British Isles. Today is the day on which he is remembered within the life of the church as he died on 23rd September in the year 704. He had been born around 624 near Raphoe, County Donegal, was educated by the.. Read More

A new school, a new hope

On my recent visit to our partner Diocese of Kondoa in Tanzania, I saw the beginnings of a project which Bishop Given, with others, is developing to found a vocational secondary college in a place called Chemba. Kondoa is a newish diocese in a part of Tanzania not reached by the missionaries in previous centuries – it really is virgin territory for the church.  The Diocese has no secondary school – they have very few schools at all… Read More