THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION began in England and spread through colonisation
and missionary work. It has historically been largest in former English colonies and continues to have a strong presence throughout
the world, especially in Africa. This page lists dioceses, parishes and online resources of the Anglican Communion that are in South
Africa. (Websites originating from or about other countries in the Province of Southern Africa are found on our main Africa
page.) As always, we list everything that we know about that has a web page. See our "notes
on structure" page.
If you know of a web site that should be listed here and
is not, please tell
us. If you represent a church or diocese that should would like
to have a web page, please see The Society of Archbishop Justus web hosting.
SOAJ are the organization that sponsors Anglicans Online; if your web page would be listed here, they might be able to sponsor you.
Resources specific to South Africa
We've listed country-specific links at the bottom of this page. Jump there now.
The Province of Southern
Dioceses and Parishes
Diocese of Cape Town
Cape Town, The Cathedral
Church of St George the Martyr
Bergvliet, St Martin
Cape Town, St Barnabas, Gardens
Cape Town (Table View), St Chad
Cape Town, St John, Wynberg
Cape Town, St Mark
Cape Town, St Paul
Cape Town (Kenwyn), St Philip
Kenilworth, Christ Church
Kirstenhof, Church of the Holy Spirit
Newlands, St Andrew
Observatory, St Michael and All Angels
Plumstead, St Faith
Protea, Church of the Good Shepherd
Rondebosch, St Paul
Rondebosch, St Thomas
Salt River, St Luke the Evangelist
Woodstock, St Mary
Diocese of Christ
Diocese of False Bay
Khayelitsha, St Michael and All Angels
Diocese of the Free State (formerly
Bloemfontein, Cathedral of St Andrew and St Michael
Diocese of George
George, St Mark's Cathedral
Knysna, St George
Prince Albert, St John the Baptist
Diocese of Grahamstown
Grahamstown, Cathedral of St Michael and St George
Diocese of Highveld
Gauteng, St Dunstan's Cathedral
Diocese of Ibhayi - Port
Charlo, St Nicholas
Kabega Park, All Saints
Port Elizabeth, Holy Trinity Church
Port Elizabeth, St Cuthbert
Port Elizabeth (Newton Park), St Hugh
Port Elizabeth, St John the Baptist
Port Elizabeth (Parson's Hill), St Paul
Walmer, St John
Walmer, St Saviour
Diocese of Johannesburg
Bedfordview, St Margaret of Scotland
Bezuidenhout Valley, St Michael and St George
Bryanston, St Michael
Halfway Gardens, Midrand, St Monnica
Johannesburg (Fourways Gardens), All Saints
Johannesburg (Auckland Park), St Peter
Linden, St Thomas
Orange Grove, St Augustine
Orchards, St Luke
Rosebank, St Martin's-in-the-Veld
Ruimsig, Ruimsig Community Church
Sophiatown, Christ the King
Sunninghill, St Stephen
Weltevreden, St Michael and All Angels
Diocese of Kimberley and Kuruman
Kimberley, Cathedral of St Cyprian
Diocese of Matlosane (formerly Klerksdorp)
Diocese of Mpumalanga
Diocese of Mthatha (formerly St John's)
Diocese of Natal
Durban, St Faith
Durban, St James
Durban North, St Martin in the Fields
Hillcrest, Holy Trinity Church
Kloof, St Agnes
North Coast Archdeaconry
Pinetown, St John the Baptist
Diocese of Pretoria
Hatfield, St Wilfrid
Pretoria, St Alban's Cathedral
Arcadia, Christ Church
Waterkloof, Pretoria, St Francis of Assisi
Diocese of St Mark the Evangelist
Diocese of Saldanha Bay
Diocese of Umzimvubu
Diocese of Zululand
Online Anglican resources pertaining to South Africa
Theological and Anglican-related schools, colleges and universities are
listed separately below.
Anglican AIDS Programmes, Church of
Regional network giving information on AIDS-related church work in 24 dioceses and six countries.
'a community within the Anglican Communion committed to promote, teach and maintain the Scriptural truths on which the Anglican Church
Anglican Malaria Project
'provides low-cost, highly effective malaria intervention in Southern Africa. AMP is guided by an important partnership between Anglicans
(Episcopalians) and other supporters in the United States, and Anglicans in the Church of the Province of Southern Africa.'
'tertiary student wing of the Church of the Province of Southern Africa'.
Fellowship of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa
'Its aims are Prayer and Worship; Mission and Witness; Fellowship and Study; Service and Stewardship.'
Anglican Youth in Southern Africa
'the movement of young people in the 26 Dioceses that make up the Anglican Church in Southern Africa (ACSA). All children and young people
of ACSA are automatically a part of, (or members of), AYSA, which gives us our identity and unity.'
ANITEPAM: The African Network of Institutions
of Theological Education Preparing Anglicans for Ministry
This organization based in Port Elizabeth, South Africa 'links African Anglican colleges, seminaries and theological education programmes
with each other and with the wider world.'
The Arch Bishop Desmond Tutu
Comemmorative Birth Village
'The Village's facilities include, a skills development centre, a hi-tech interactive museum, a conference facility, a chapel and auditorium.'
A project in partnership with the Diocese of Matlosane.
Bishop Simeon CR Trust
'Established in the UK in 1989, the trust exists to support through
education and welfare projects those most disadvantaged South Africans who still suffer from the inequalities and injustices caused by
apartheid and its economic and social legacy.' Named for Simeon Nkoane (1929-1989) suffragan bishop of the Diocese of Johannesburg under
'An Anglican website for Christians in southern Africa.' Founded in 1997, updated monthly.
Fikelela AIDS Project (Diocese
of Cape Town)
The Fikelela AIDS Project is the AIDS outreach and education programme of the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town whose mission and vision
is to mobilise the Anglican community to make a sustained positive contribution to the reduction of new HIV & AIDS infections and
to drive HIV & AIDS education and care in partnership with others.
Fellowship of Confessing
'accepts membership from any individual, lay or clergy, who accepts the Jerusalem Declaration and GAFCON Statement on the future of the
Global Anglican Church'. Affiliated with Anglican Mainstream South Africa.
Growing the Church
'In 2003 Archbishop Ndungane commissioned Bishop Martin Breytenbach to spearhead an initiative to become known as "Growing the Church".
It was launched in 2007 […]. Our vision is to be: a vibrant God-Centred Church which is clearly growing spiritually, numerically
Social development initiative of the Diocese of Capetown.
for Healing of Memories
'seeks to contribute to the healing journey of individuals, communities and nations.' Founded in Cape Town, South Africa in 1998, this
organization's director is the Reverend Michael Lapsley, SSM. It continues the work of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission's
Healing of Memories Chaplaincy Project of the Trauma Centre for Victims of Violence and Torture.
Johannesburg Anglican Environmental
'a formal body of the Diocese of Johannesburg, seeking to meet the challenges being faced by this generation with regards to the environment.
We believe it is God's will that we look after this precious planet we call home.'
Music for the Highveld
This lovely website supports 'the Highveld Diocese in tackling the AIDS epidemic in South Africa.' The sale of music recordings through
the site helps to provide funding for Tsepho-Hope Centre and the Kwase-Kwaza Home Based Care Project, two HIV/AIDS ministries in
eastern South Africa. An important focus of this ministry is support for children affected by or infected with HIV/AIDS.
Based in South Africa, this site describes web-hosting services for Anglican churches.
The coordinator of this programme writes: 'We hope to share with the rest of the Anglican Communion the wonderful renewal that we have
experienced using this Roman Catholic Process of Renew. We have with permission published all the material for use in the Anglican Church'.
St Mary's Children's
Home, Rosettenville, Johannesburg
'we provide a safe, secure home and therapeutic environment for children from families in crisis, on a completely non-discriminatory
basis. Although we offer residential care, our aim is always to work towards the reconstruction and reunification of families wherever
Southern Africa Church Development
Founded in 1960. 'The main objectives of the Trust is the building of partnerships with the dioceses, missions and rural groups in order
to improve the facilities and resources for the local communities.' Works in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique, Angola
and St Helena.
Textbooks for Africa
'an outreach project of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire in cooperation with the Diocese of Cape Town and H.O.P.E. Africa. Youth
throughout the Episcopal Church are engaged in a fundraising effort to raise money to purchase textbooks for children in South Africa,
"One book at a time".'
Transvaal, Zimbabwe and Botswana Association
'Supporting thirteen of the Anglican Dioceses in the Capricorn Belt of Africa.'
This remarkable organization was founded in Pretoria, South Africa, in 1939 by Anglican nun Clare Lawrence, who came from Ekutuleni in
Sophiatown at the request of Bishop Wilfred Parker. Today it is a mission of the Diocese of Pretoria, providing hospice care, an
orphanage, a nutrition programme, a guest house/retreat centre, a pre-school, drug rehabilitation programmes, crisis care for women
and children, physical therapy, clothing distribution, a primary school and obstetric/gynaecological services.
Theological and Anglican-related schools,
colleges and universities
Bishop Bavin School, Bedfordview
Coeducational, in the Diocese of Johannesburg.
Bishops Diocesan College,
Rondebosch, Cape Town
Founded in 1849 by Robert Gray, first Archbishop of Cape Town. 'An education at Bishops is a privilege for any young man, but those at
Bishops are constantly reminded of their place in the broader South Africa.'
College of the Transfiguration,
'We are a theological educational institution that provides an environment in which future priests are formed, informed and transformed,
so as to be equipped to minister within church and society in Africa.' Formed in 1993 on the amalgamation of two earlier institutions,
St Bede's and St Paul's. According to its website, this is the only residential college of the Church of the Province of South Africa.
Cordwalles Preparatory School,
for boys, through Grade 7.
Diocesan College, Diocese
of Cape Town
Anglican preparatory school.
Diocesan School for Girls,
'Founded in 1874 by Bishop Nathaniel Merriman, DSG is one of the oldest girls' schools in the country. Situated in spacious grounds in
Grahamstown, its campus adjoins its brother school, St Andrew's College. The DSG also has close links with St Andrew's Preparatory School
where the girls attend classes with the boys in the Pre- Primary School and the Junior Primary section.' Affiliated with the Diocese
Herschel Girls' School,
Claremont, Cape Town
'Herschel, founded in 1922, is an independent Anglican School that provides an incomparable learning continuum for girls from Pre-Nursery
to Grade 12 and celebrates the diversity of our students from varied cultural backgrounds.'
'the Anglican Diocesan College of Natal, was founded in 1896 and is an internationally renowned boarding school for senior boys'.
Roedean School, Johannesburg
For girls, founded in 1903.
St Alban's Anglican College,
Anglican school for boys.
St Andrew's College,
'This premium Anglican boarding school caters for 450 pupils from across the globe. From Grade 8 to Matric, pupils experience individual
attention with a focus on fostering individual talent.' For boys; affiliated with the Diocese of Grahamstown.
St Andrew's School, Welkom
Pre-primary through high school. Affiliated with the Diocese of the Free State.
St Andrew's School for Girls,
'A top independent, girls-only private school and co-educational preschool.'
St Cyprian's School, Capetown
For girls, founded in 1871 by Robert Gray, first Bishop of Cape Town.
St Dunstan's College
'an independent Anglican school, the diocesan school of the Diocese of the Highveld'.
St George's Grammar School,
St John's College,
Boys' school founded in 1898.
St John's Diocesan School for Girls,
St Martin's School, Rosettenville,
'an independent, non-racial, co-educational boarding school' affiliated with the Diocese of Christ the King.
St Mary's Diocesan School
for Girls, Kloof, KwaZulu-Natal
St Mary’s Diocesan
School for Girls, Pretoria
St Nicholas Diocesan School,
'An independent Anglican School for boys and girls. Its aim is to offer an excellent education and to provide a secure and caring environment
where children from Grade R to Grade 12 are given opportunities to realise their potential.'
St Peter's Schools
Boys' preparatory school, girls' preparatory school, and college in the Diocese of Johannesburg.
University of Cape Town Anglican
'We praise and worship together, to deepen our understanding of the Christian Faith and to reach out to each other and to others. A lot
of social and spiritual events take place during the ANSOC year.'
Uplands College, White
Coeducational school in the Diocese of Mpumalanga.
Founded in 1989, coeducational Anglican school with several locations.
Western Province Preparatory School,
Claremont, Cape Town
Anglican prep school in South Africa related to St Andrew's College.
Some Anglican schools without websites are listed by the Independent
Schools Association of Southern Africa.