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CMS in Africa

At the heart of CMS’s ministry in Africa is a passion to reveal the love of Christ for all people.

The Africa Forum exists as a focal point for anyone who is passionate about mission in Africa. It has grown out of the CMS Mid-Africa Forum, which united people with a heart for the Great Lakes region. As the Forum widens its scope, you are invited to join in events, prayer, giving and sharing to further God's mission across Africa.

You can subscribe to an email newsletter of prayer items using the subscription form on the right. If you would like to be more involved in the Africa Forum, please contact CMS.

Africa events coming soon


Trisha Wick

Trisha Wick

Speaking about her work in South Sudan. In the UK from December 2014.

Norwich - Sharing News

25 November CMS members and supporters share mission news
Africa Conference 2014 - Swanwick

Africa Conference 2014 - Swanwick

14-16 November. Swanwick. With Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham.

Latest Africa stories


 "Too big to deal with?" Prayer Focus November 2014

"Too big to deal with?" Prayer Focus November 2014

Is there hope for tackling some of the world's biggest problems?
Audiomission Prayer Focus   Thursday, October 30, 2014
East of Arua: we named it Eden

East of Arua: we named it Eden

Land and community are both being redeemed on a farm in Africa in an "upside-down kingdom", say mission partners
News   Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Disabled technicians get man mobile

Disabled technicians get man mobile

John, a 25-year-old Tanzanian, had spent his whole life being carried around by his mother, due to his disability.
Mission Update   Monday, October 20, 2014
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Mid-Africa Prayer Network


Church Mission Society (CMS) is the legal successor to Mid-Africa Ministry (MAM), formerly Ruanda Mission, of Partnership House, 157 Waterloo Road, London.