After the news that the Lambeth Conference has been postponed until 2021, there will therefore not be a visit this year by Bishop James and Veronica from Masasi.

Jonathan Rendell writes:- News from Masasi: The House of Bishops met last week for a briefing on COVID-19 amongst other business All the necessary hygiene matters have been clearly explained to all Bishops who will take these instructions back to their Dioceses: +James was meeting with the Rural Deans yesterday who will intern give the …

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We have received by letter news from Bishop James of devastating floods in these two districts please see the letters under the NEWS heading on our home page.

Bishop James, and his wife Veronica, will visit the UK in July 2020 visiting friends before joining the Lambeth Conference, which is to be held in Canterbury from 22nd July until the 2nd August. Details of his itinerary will be published under our NEWS section.

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Former Head teacher Steve Arbery has made his first visit to Tanzania in order to visit Mtandi school Special Unit. The Special Unit which cares for children with disabilities has long held Steve’s interest and he has supported several fund raising initiatives in order to help the children have better life chances. Read his full …

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The Friends of Masasi and Newala are saddened to learn of the death of Dr Marion Bartlett a long time supporter of our charity and a former doctor working in Masasi. Marion Phillips-the name by which many people will remember her- spent forty years as a surgeon and physician in Tanganyika. In 1966 she married …

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