Central African country’s bishop will attend Lambeth

Via Anglican Journal

The Anglican church in Malawi says it will attend the forthcoming Lambeth Conference in England, despite many African church leaders saying they will shun it. The leader of the church in the central African nation said he does not believe in boycotts, rather contact and dialogue.

“They have a right to choose to go to the conference or not,” the Bishop of Southern Malawi, James Tengatenga was quoted as saying in the The Nation newspaper on July 6. “It is always good to sit at the table and talk. They have made their choice.”

Bishop Tengatenga is a member of the Lambeth Conference Design Group.

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