The Anglican Evangelistic Association (AEA)

What is AEA? The Anglican Evangelistic Association is a mechanism to facilitate evangelistic thrusts in all the Dioceses of the Anglican Church of Tanzania. It’s basic objectives are : To do Gospel outreach throughout the Church of the Province of Tanzania. To be on hand to help the local churches in the United Republic of Tanzania. To help rekindle a living faith in the churches in the Anglican Communion. To equip Anglicans to assist in outreach to people in cities, towns and villages. To promote revival where there is stillness. To preach the Gospel to all people. There is a board of six members to oversee the running of the AEA of which the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Tanzania is the chairman. Funding: AEA depends on donations from people interested to see the Kingdom of God ushered in throughout our World and to see revival in the Anglican Church of Tanzania and in the Anglican Communion as a whole. The Founder: AEA was founded by the Rt. Revd. Dr. Alpha Mohamed, the Bishop of the Diocese of the Rift Valley. He was born in 1941 and at the age of 19, after reading Revelation 3: 15,16 I know your deeds, you are neither hot nor cold; I wish you were either one of the other! So because you are lukewarm, neither hot nor cold – I am about to spit you out of my mouth. He committed his life to Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour. He studied at Alliance Secondary School, Dodoma, Tanzania and later at theological colleges in Tanzania, Israel, Australia and the U.S.A. He was ordained in 1967, consecrated Assistant Bishop of the Diocese of Central Tanganyika in 1976, in 1981 he became the first Bishop of the Diocese of Mount Kilimanjaro and in 1992 became the first Bishop of the Diocese of the Rift Valley. Bishop Mohamed feels called to serve the Lord full time with the Anglican Evangelistic Association. He is married to Marian Violet and they have six children; three girls and three book