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Archbishop Kolini exchanging gifts.
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The visiting delegation.
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Thanks for Godly work - Kolini
by Grace Mugabe
RWANDA 070620-1
June 20, 2007

[L'Eglise Episcopal au Rwanda - Rwanda] The leader of the Anglican Church of Rwanda, Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini has hailed members of the Anglican Mission in America (AMIA) for their commitment to Godly work.

The Primate expressed gratitude on 17 June, while addressing the masses gathered in a get together function at Kigali Diocese, aimed at bidding farewell to clergy and saints from US in AMIA. The function which took place at Kigali Diocese brought together workers and saints from Kigali Diocese and the Provincial secretariat as well.

Addressing the gathering, Archbishop Emmanuel Kolini commended AMIA members for fighting Godly war, and appealed to mankind to stick to the original biblical norms for the sake of pleasing God the Almighty.

The get together function was organized by the Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda, an umbrella organization for the Anglican Mission in America.

A delegation of nine from AMIA had been in Rwanda in a fact-finding mission aimed at tightening belts with the Anglican Church of Rwanda.

The Anglican Church of Rwanda has been on the forefront in advocating for AMIA?s just cause, according to global religious sources.