Missio Africanus

Missio Africanus was established in 2014 as a learning community focused on helping to release the missional potential of African and other non-Western Christians living in Britain. 

In doing so, to help the church in the UK to receive and utilise the gifts of African and other diaspora Christians, and empower the diaspora churches to successfully disciple their second generation and reach out beyond their own communities, Missio Africanus engages British and non-Western church leaders together for mutual learning that enriches the life of the wider church.

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We are partnering with Church Mission Society (CMS) to launch an African Christian Diaspora route to a new MA in Theology Ministry and Mission. Read more about it here>>>

African Christianity Research Consortium

Facilitating scholarly- and practitioner-oriented conversations around themes to do with non-Western missionary movements in the West

Editing and publishing our self-titled Journal of African Missiology

African Theological Network Press

Publishing theological resources for the wider African church through our partnership in the African Theological Network Press

Second Generation Discipleship

Highlighting and addressing the challenge of discipling 2nd Generation members in diaspora congregations via conferences, books, etc. Our resource for this is “Our Children Need Roots and Wings” by Harvey Kwiyani

A podcast exploring issues in the field of African Christianity and African Theology both on the continent of Africa and in diaspora hosted by Dr Harvey Kwiyani.

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“British Christians prayed for revival. When it came, they did not recognise it because it was black.” We need to begin to undo this.
Dr. Harvey Kwiyani
Executive Editor, MAJAM

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About Missio Africanus

Missio Africanus was established in 2014 as a learning community focused on helping to release the missional potential of African and other non-Western Christians living in Britain.