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Council of Swaziland Churches

The Council of Swaziland Churches, formed in 1976, has a totalof nine member churches spread around the four regions of the country. The Council of Swaziland Churches is a fellowship of the World Council of Churches. The vision of the Council of Churches is to enable member churches to develop themselves, their communities and the nation spiritually and physically in a just and sustainable way. CSC mission is to further the unity of God’s church as a body of Christ by developing strategies that will enable membership to advocate for justice and peace in all circumstances and dealings.

Inclusive and Affirming Ministries (IAM)

IAM was founded in 1995 in Cape Town and has gained national and international recognition for its work in the fight against discrimination of gay and lesbian people. IAM is the only organisation in Southern  Africa that officially targets the religious leaders of the mainline church communities - especially those that still adhere to patriarchal and fundamentalist values. We also partner with organisations and churches in the rest of Africa in creating dialogue.

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Contacts

  • 1 Hood Avenue/148 Jan Smuts; Rosebank, GP 2196; South Africa
  • T. +27 (0)11 587 5000
  • F. +27 (0)11 587 5099