“Anglicans United Despite Continued Persecution by Hooligans”
His visit is to show support to Anglicans in Zimbabwe. Non-Anglicans, especially the ex-communicated man of confusion should not concern themselves with how we conduct our business.
The visit will see the Archbishop visit Malawi where they are celebrating 150 years of the existence of the Anglican Church there, Zimbabwe and Zambia. The whole Anglican Worldwide Communion has always been strengthened by these solidarity visits as they enormously strengthen and encourage Anglicans who find themselves in difficult circumstances.
The Anglican Church in Zimbabwe is glad to be part of the Worldwide Anglican Communion. In Zimbabwe we are clear that WE DO NOT TOLERATE HOMOSEXUALITY in the Church. However, the Anglican Communion is a big family, full of diversity and different backgrounds. What we have in common is so much more than our few minor differences. We stand together and move forward, continuing in discussion.
The Anglican Church in Zimbabwe is determined to succeed in its important initiatives that promote good health, access to education, and poverty eradication in line with the 2015 Millennium Development Goals agreed to by the United Nations.
Zimbabwe’s Constitution guarantees the right to worship and we as Anglicans in Zimbabwe are simply demanding the respect of our right to worship without undue interference by loyalists of an ex-communicated man. MuKristu Usanete. Namata Urinde.”
Nolbert Kunonga’s office also commented on the Archbishop’s visit on RelZim.org.