Welcome to Diocese of Nnewi- Anglican Communion

Alive unto God

Welcome to Diocese of Nnewi- Anglican Communion

The Diocese of Nnewi was carved out of the old Niger Diocese and Inaugurated on the 14th of February, 1996.

Like the rest of the Church of Nigeria, The Diocese of Nnewi is spiritually dynamic, united, disciplined and self supporting. It is committed to pragmatic evangelism, social welfare and epitomizes the genuine love of Christ.

Rt Revd Ndubuisi Chukwuka Obi

The Diocesan/Bishop


The Great Favour With Revd. Everest Ohanuka


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In Diocese of Nnewi, we are passionate about Evangelism- winning more souls for Christ, bringing succor to the spiritually needy and alleviating the plight of the less privileged. We, therefore, need your support for our churches to grow in number, impact and depth for the benefit of our society.


Diocese of Nnewi in numbers


Key Officials


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Expect God to Do Something Unexpected

God doesn’t do things the way we think he should. That theme emerges reading de-conversion stories or listening to people explain why they left Christianity based on supposedly intellectual arguments. God doesn’t fit our expectations. He is not like us; he is wholly different.

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If God, Why Suffering?

According to Christianity, what God values above all is relationship. But for relationship to be meaningful, it must be freely chosen; for relationship to be freely chosen, there must be the possibility of it being rejected; and wherever there is the possibility of rejecting relationship, there is also the possibility of pain and suffering.

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Seven Stages of Healing

The Anglican Communion’s Director for Theological Education, the Revd Dr Stephen Spencer, considers the mental health implications of the Covid-19 pandemic and reflects on the lessons to be learned by the disciples on the road to Emmaus.

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