'Wait upon the Lord and reach out'

The Diocese of Zululand serves 283 congregations – from the Tugela River in the South to the borders of Mozambique and Swaziland in the North, and inland to the Diocese of the Highveld.

cathedralFrom the Diocesan offices, adjacent to the Cathedral in Main Road, Eshowe, we reach out to all our people, helping them to find their God-given identity, calling and talents – so that our communities may be healed of hopelessness, poverty and sickness.

Use our website to catch up on the latest news in our Diocese, find a church near you, get in touch with members of our clergy, find out more about our work in the area, and get involved in supporting the Anglican Church in Southern Africa, as we strive to bring people to Christ.



a Two new deacons were ordained by Bishop Monument on Sunday 25th June at KwaNzimela.

a Diocesan Administrators and Secretaries meet up for their annual meeting

a Bishop Monument joins the youth in a march through the town of Hlabisa at the annual Diocesan Youth Conference

a Recently ordained Anglicans and seminarians from fourteen countries have visited the Anglican Communion Office in London to learn about its work through a series of presentations by staff members.

a Bishop’s charge delivered by Bishop Monument Makhanya at the 49th Session of Diocesan Synod

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