IMG_1281Rwanda Partnership

Since 2008, Saint Patrick's Church has had the privilege of ministering among fellow Anglicans in Kibungo Diocese. Kibungo is located in the South East section of the country not far from Tanzania.

Our parish has sent teams to minister in Kibungo five times. We have also welcomed leaders from Kibungo diocese to our parish for fellowship and ministry.

Our ministry in Kibungo has centered on training pastors, serving with our sister parish (Musamvu parish) and the Center for Women's Ministry - a PEER counsleing ministry aiming to aid women in addressing trauma from the Rwandan genocide, domestic violence, AIDS and other issues.

Rwanda is a beautiful country of hills and small mountains - hence its nickname Land of a Thousand Hills. The people of Rwanda are a gracious, kind and welcoming people. However, many carry a burden because of the 1994 genocide that left a million dead.

Over the last two decades the country has been rebuilding. The churches have been doing the same thing - seeking to grow and deepen disciples and leaders. Saint Patrick's Church has had the privilege of being part of this.

News from Rwanda

Bible Distribution in Rwanda

January 13, 2016

Bp. Emmanuel Ntazinda and others from the Diocese of Kibungo (our partner diocese in the Anglican Church of Rwanda) distributing Bibles to refugees from Burundi. Burundi is directly south of Rwanda and borders Kibungo Diocese. Ethnic strife is happening in Burundi and is driving folks across the border for refuge.

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News from Bishop Emmanuel

November 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

ANGLICAN CHURCH OF RWANDA, KIBUNGO DIOCESE Date: 26th’ August 2015. THANKSGIVINGS The Diocese of Kibungo is very thankful to God Almighty for the amazing works which have been accomplished in our parishes and local churches. In fact, a lot of things have been done since May as follows: Since May 5th’ 2015, we have dedicated…

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Rwanda Mission Team Video

November 1, 2015

A team from Saint Patrick’s Anglican Church traveled to Rwanda in July of 2014. See a video that captures some of the highlights of our trip.

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