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Harvey and Nancy Kwiyani - Britain

We come from Malawi and have been involved in mission in Europe and North America for over 15 years. On our journey so far, we have enjoyed two things; the first is seeing African and other non-Western Christians engaging in mission among Westerners in ways that are relevant to Westerners. The second is seeing a multi-ethnic missionary movement emerge in Western cities where people of different ethnic and national heritages work together to share God's love with their neighbours. We are delighted to be part of Church Mission Society, where there is a strategic emphasis on both of these issues.


To train, equip, and unleash the missional potential of the global church in Europe and to build cross-cultural bridges between African and British Christians


Teaching mission education and cross-cultural training programmes. We also lead Missio Africanus to help release the missional potential of global Christians living in Europe.

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The driving reasons for our placement is to train African and other non-Western churches in Britain in missional effectiveness and to help build cross-cultural bridges between British churches and organisations and African churches.

We are involved in training people in mission and we lead the CMS community mission house in Oxford. Harvey teaches on the CMS pioneer mission leadership training course and also sits on the CMS Africa forum. Through Missio Africanus, we run cross-cultural mission training programmes, mostly for African congregations and denominations in Britain.

The community of CMS have received us and made us feel at home among them, which in turn has made it possible for us to follow our calling in Britain. We genuinely feel that CMS are our tribe and that we speak the same language.

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