Anglican Diocese of Armidale

The Anglican Diocese of Armidale exists to glorify God by introducing people to Jesus and helping them home to heaven.



The Diocese takes seriously Christ’s command to “make disciples of all nations”. In response to His command there are people from the Diocese currently serving in a number of countries around the world and among Indigenous people in Australia.

Parishes and special districts across the Diocese support a great many mission organisations, foremost among these are the Church Missionary Society (CMS), the Australian Board of Mission and the Bush Church Aid Society of Australia (BCA).

There is a mutuality in the Diocese’s relationship with BCA. While parishes and special districts support its work financially, BCA provides assistance for the Diocese’s ministry at Lightning Ridge.

As well as the support provided to mission activity more generally, the Diocese is linked to, and actively supports, the work of the North Kigezi Diocese in Uganda.

North Kigezi Diocese Food Relief Appeal

The lockdown in Uganda due to COVID-19 has led to many people being at real risk of starvation. The Armidale Diocese has launched an appeal so that funds can be sent to the North Kigezi Diocese to help feed those in need. Donations can be made to: 

Anglican Diocese of Armidale     Ref: NKD Food Relief

The video below gives more detail about the dire situation faced by people in Uganda.

Learn more about the Diocesan supported missions

CMS Queensland and Northern New South Wales
CMS New South Wales and the ACT