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Celebrations as Burundi’s Bujumbura Christian University holds its first graduation ceremony

Bujumbura Christian University in Burundi is celebrating after 13 theology students became the first from the University to graduate.

05 March 2019

Vigils held for Burundi as African Union warns of genocide

Coventry Cathedral will take part in a vigil for Burundi tomorrow (Friday) as the African Union warn of an impending genocide in the east African country. And staff at the Anglican Communion Office in London will pause to pray for peace for the troubled country.

17 December 2015

One killed and two injured in gun attack on church

A young boy has been killed and two people injured after an armed gang attacked a church in the Burundian capital Bujumbura. No motive for the attack on St Mark’s Church, Ngagara, is known; but it is believed to be part of ongoing violence that has left more than 240 people dead since President Pierre Nkurunziza announced in April that he would seek re-election for an unprecedented third term. President Nkurunziza won July’s election and survived an attempted coup.

09 December 2015

Anglican Church of Burundi assists communities after destructive landslides

Response to rebuild homes and provide water, sanitation and school materials in Rumonge and Bujumbura Dioceses

21 May 2015

New Anglican university to encourage inter-tribal harmony in Burundi

A new Christian university planned by Anglicans in Burundi aims to promote inter-tribal harmony across the nation through the teaching of the Gospel.

18 May 2014