The Anglican Society, affiliates of the Anglican Students Federation (ASF), a community of diverse students united by the word of God who will bring difference in our institution and communities. Meet new friends at varsity who share your Christian values and lifestyle.
Participate in services, bible studies, workshops and conferences, and get involved in outreach programmes to help those who are less fortunate.

The Anglican Students' Federation (ASF) is the tertiary student wing of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA), with 58 Anglican Student Societies on campuses throughout South Africa, Lesotho, Angola, Mozambique, Swaziland and Namibia.                                         

These groups offer students a 'home from home' opportunity to continue living a Christian life, through services on campus and access to pastoral assistance from a chaplains.

 

 ANGLICAN SOCIETY (AN'SOC)

Becoming a tertiary students is an achievement to most of us, having completed high school and now at a stage where you have to choose a career that will take you forward in life. However, all this excitement comes with not only academic choices but also social choices. We often shift aside our faith issues and focus more on making friends.

The Anglican Society strives to provide you a place where you will find a balance of friendship, worship, bible study, fellowship, advise, growth in faith and healing.

So look for the sign, “AN'SOC” and register with your Christian Home Away from home

An'soc UWC/CPUT    

 

 

                             

 

                             

An'soc UKZN Howard campus receives a chaplain

ANSOC UKZN HOWARD COLLEGE CAMPUS,the BEC welcomed the new chaplain Reverend Isaias Chachine from St John the divine,we bless and thank the Lord for giving us Reverend  Isaias to minister to An'soc UKZN,the man who believes that the future of the church is in the youth

STRIKE ENDS AT MEDUNSA

Pretoria, 12 August 2014. Our prayers and compassion go out to students at the University of Limpopo, Medunsa campus, as lectures are expected to resume this week, ending a two-week strike at the medical campus.

The university administration informed students via text messages on Monday that lectures will re-start on Wednesday 14 August, following an agreement reached between management and the student representatives. Included in the agreement was an official announcement by the President of the SRC, indicating that students would cease all protests and vandalism. This is yet to be released.

Since the beginning of the protest action, many innocent students have been forced to vacate the university residences; as a result their academics have been adversely affected. “We live in a society where education is the most valuable resource, augmenting our understanding of the world around us. It also serves as a building block of the Anglican Students Federation. Therefore, we encourage members to pray for tolerance, liberality and understanding among all parties involved in the strike", says Gauteng-Mpumalanga chairperson Ngata Holele.

The region also appeals to members in the province to continue to pray for peace at Medunsa. As students in the Anglican Church, we are advocated to be at the forefront of transformation in our communities through Christian values, ethics and lifestyles.

Throughout the week, all Ansocs in Gauteng-Mpumalanga will have special prayer segments for Medunsa during their Bible study sessions and more activity will continue collectively on social media.

 

54TH PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE 2014

We thank God for the ASF 54TH Provincial Conference which took place in Gauteng-Mpumalanga Region!!!

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