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Anglican Journal

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Background Information

Employment History

Caretaker Head

Church of the Province of Central Africa


Bishop, Anglican Bishop

Mutare , Zimbabwe


Bishop

Kunonga


Affiliations

MDC

Member


Education

degree of Doctor of Divinity


Web References(139 Total References)


Media

newhopeforsudan.org [cached]

The head of Zimbabwe's Anglican Diocese of Harare, Bishop Sebastian Bakare, says his congregation is looking to divine intervention as renegade former bishop Nolbert Kunonga and a small breakaway faction deny worshippers access to church property.
"We have exhausted all channels," Bakare said in an interview quoted in the privately-owned Standard newspaper on February 1. As its new head, the church appointed Bakare, who has criticized Mugabe for denying his people human rights and religious freedom. Despite several orders including a high court ruling that the Anglican church majority led by Bakare be allowed to share the properties with Kunonga's group, pending a final legal judgment, gangs of youths supporting Kunonga have barricaded church buildings denying access to worshippers. Some of the faithful resorted to holding church services in the open air, or in buildings offered by other denominations. "We will only fight through God as he knows what is best for his church and he is the one who can correctly distinguish between good and evil," Bakare was quoted as saying. "They are conniving with some rogue members of the police force and working in unison to violate the high court judgment," Bakare said of the breakaway Anglican group.


relzim.org

Retired Anglican Bishop Sebastian Bakare said after years of watching the rot of grabbed institutions Anglicans are happy with the decision the Supreme Court made earlier this week.


www.anglicancommunion.org

This eviction from our Church buildings and other properties marked the beginning of our exile, just as the children of Israel were forced into Babylonia, led at the beginning by Retired Anglican Bishop Sebastian Bakare.


bulawayo24.com

The Mutare "bishops troika" comprising Trevor Manhanga (Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe) Patrick Mutume (Catholic Church) and Sebastian Bakare (Anglican Church) met US ambassador Christopher Dell at his offices in Harare on December 19, 2005 and explained how they intended to execute their plan.


Anglicans Online | News Centre Archives

www.anglicansonline.org [cached]

The US Episcopal News Service has published this feel-good story about life for Anglicans being improved in Zimbabwe since Sebastian Bakare became Interim Bishop.
The Herald (Zimbabwe, published by the government of Zimbabwe) reports that 'Bishop Sebastian Bakare leaves his post as Bishop of the Anglican Church's disputed Harare Diocese following the appointment of Reverend Canon Dr Chad Gandiya as the new leader of the Province of Central Africa.' The US Episcopal News Service, reporting the same story , notes that the reason Bishop Bakare stepped down is that the diocese elected a permanent bishop, The Revd Canon Chad Nicholas Gandiya (no doctorate mentioned).


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