Sudan archbishop to visit Salisbury

AN archbishop from Sudan will be visiting Salisbury at the weekend to meet with the Bishop, preach in the cathedral and raise awareness of the country’s situation.

Dr Daniel Deng Bul Yak is Archbishop of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan, which has had links with the Salisbury Diocese for 37 years.

He is arriving in the UK tomorrow and will be taking part in a peace rally in Whitehall on Saturday before coming to Salisbury to preach on Sunday.

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One comment on “Sudan archbishop to visit Salisbury

  1. New Reformation Advocate says:

    Wonderful. This man ought to be lionized as one of the great hero figures in the AC. I loved how he stood up to the leaders of TEC at Lambeth back in 2008, despite the probable cost in terms of diminished financial support from the US.

    Anything that keeps the desperate plight of the persecuted church in Sudan before the public is a good thing.

    David Handy+