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Anglican Diocese of Johannesburg

The Anglican Diocese of Johannesburg is part of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. It was formed in 1922 from the southern part of the Diocese of Pretoria, and at that time included the whole of the southern Transvaal. Today it is much smaller, and comprises the central part of Gauteng province. The Cathedral of the Diocese of Johannesburg, is Cathedral Church of Saint Mary the Virgin. The headquarters of the Diocese and the Bishops office are Situated at St.Joseph's Diocesan Centre in Sophiatown, Johannesburg. The following are diocesan schools St. John's College, Johannesburg, St Mary's School, Waverley, Bishop Bavin School, St Peter's College, Johannesburg and Vuleka School. The diocese has a total of 75 Parishes

List of the Bishops of Johannesburg

References

  1. ^ "The Revd Stephen Moreo elected as bishop of the Diocese of Johannesburg". Anglican Church of South Africa. Retrieved 16 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Moreo becomes Anglican Bishop of Johannesburg". SABC. 16 March 2013. Retrieved 16 March 2013. 

Bibliography

  • Lee, Peter (2005). Compromise and courage: Anglicans in Johannesburg 1864-1999. Pietermaritzburg: Cluster.  

External links

  • Official website
  • Vuleka School
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