“A unified and self-sustaining Anglican Communion in Africa, providing holistic ministry to all and fulfilling God’s promise for abundant life”.
CAPA’s vision is that of a new society in which the weak, the poor and the vulnerable have an equal voice and are not divided by selfish gains of tyranny or by the forces of social fragmentation such as tribalism and nepotism. CAPA as a continental fellowship of the Anglican Communion is committed to deepening of the values of dignity and integrity, healing and social transformation and to enable the people of God to grow in the faith and live life in its fullness.
The churches are endowed with untapped abundance of resources, social and moral capital to deliver development especially in the most remote parts of the continent therefore complementing the work of State actors and civil society in education, health, agricultural, rural water supply and infrastructural projects. Never the less the pressure exerted by the forces of globalization and the emerging constellation of civil society institutions require a re-articulation of the moral and spiritual resources of the Church in the realm of human development. CAPA bestows a unified and self-sustaining Anglican Communion in Africa, providing holistic ministry to all and fulfilling God’s promise for abundant life.