Church of Ceylon - Diocese of Colombo
The Church of England existed in Sri Lanka since 1815. The Diocese of Colombo was founded in 1845. It was established by law in 1886.
Consequent to the Anglican Churches of South India, North India and Pakistan becoming part of United Churches in their respective Countries and the Anglican Dioceses of Burma becoming an autonomous Province, the wider historic Province of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon ceased to exist. This situation resulted in the two Diocese of the Church of Ceylon, namely, the Diocese of Colombo and Diocese of Kurunagala, becoming what is known as “extra provincial Diocese”, and continued to be governed by the CCR of the former Province.
The Diocese of Kurunagala was established in 1946 and was recognized legally in 1972.The Diocese of Colombo and Kurunagala together constitute the Church of Ceylon
Poster - 3rd month remembrance of the Meeriyabedde landslide.
The Estate Community Solidarity Network (ECSN) was initiated in the year 2008 by the then Coordinator of Estate Community Development Mission (ECDM, a Diocesan board) Rev Andrew Devadason.
The ECSN is a network of organisations and individuals who have a commitment to the development of Plantation Community.
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Prayer for the Victims of Natural Disaster at Meeriyabedda
Lord of life, we pray for those affected by the disaster at Meeriabedde, that you would comfort those who have survived, that you would take care of those who perished and bless those who working to bring relief at this time of crisis.
Help the victims to be patient and help reunite families. Lord, we pray that you will safeguard the victims from any further disaster or illnesses. We also pray that they are cared for and provided enough food, clean water and shelter for everyone.