New user? Register here:
Email Address:
Password:
Retype Password:
First Name:
Last Name:
Existing user? Login here:
 
 
Letters to the editor >

Bishop Mwenda has support in the diocese, too

Sir, - Your account of the latest attempt to unseat Bishop Mwenda< href="/80256fa1003e05c1/httppublicpages/a23f414677a49d2f802571800035cb72?opendocumentNews, 2 June) needs balancing for a fairer judgement on events in the LakMalawi diocese.Opponents of the Bishop may be claiming some legal victory, but munderstanding is that the suit they brought was thrown out, and the temporarrestraining order, barring the Bishop from exercising his duties, was in effeclifted. He is now able to resume his work, and the diocesan offices anresidence are available to him.It is also to be hoped that those clergy supporting the Bishop will now bfree of the fear from physical violence, and the threat of eviction from theihomes, that they have lived under in the past few weeks.This information comes to me from weekly communication with a priest in thdiocese, Canon Rodney Hunter, whose reliability I trust. It is also his viethat matters would now be best left to settl
ROBIN ELLIS
24 Lyndhurst Road, Exmouth
Devon EX8 3DT

Top feature

Ebola virus: ‘impact is still real’

Ebola virus: ‘impact is still real’

Sierra Leone is officially free of the Ebola virus, but the devastation caused by the disease has left lasting scars. Molly Hodson visited the country to see how it is coping  Subscribe to read more

Top comment

It's both hands together

Christianity needs political visibility on both Left and Right if it is to remain untainted by partisan associations, says Nick Spencer  Subscribe to read more

Mon 25 Jul 16 @ 8:22
Grave used by thieves to be relocated https://t.co/XE22WNq93E

Sun 24 Jul 16 @ 20:44
Christianity needs visibility on both Left and Right if it is to remain untainted by party politics | Nick Spencer https://t.co/no9ZT192yj