I am doing well and the works of mission with our brothers and sisters in the Anglican Church Diocese of Mpwapwa are going well. Yesterday I had spoke with the area deans of the diocese in regard to our relationships and desires to work together in all areas of our mission as a church in our Anglican Communion. This was a first seminar of it own in this diocese and we established a solid ground for such desire.
I visited many areas and I have a lot. I am looking forward to share all what I have learned and seen to our Episcopal Church, Diocese of MA.
I am doing well. I am now in the Diocese of Mpwapwa for my extension of my mission trip to Tanzania from the diocese of Tanga.
I will be working with the Bishop of Mpwapwa and the Arch Bishop of TZ Jacob Chimeldya. I will be back in Boston on Oct. 20, 2015.
Please pray for my ministry and stay in Tanzania, for our building of our Anglican Communion between ECUSA and ACT dioceses of Tanga and Mpwapwa.
The Rev. Fr. Kutta
experience as a pastor, teacher, and mental health counselor, Phillip brings
many talents to his ministry here at Grace. Phillip has overcome a great
many obstacles on his way to his goal of becoming a priest, and now he is
filled with joy to have been appointed our priest. Among Phillip's many
goals are to involve parishioners in liturgy and worship, and to strengthen
pastoral care. We applaud these objectives, as we eagerly anticipate to
whatever God has in store for Grace Episcopal Church.