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Anglican Inland Missionary Society (AIMS)

About AIMS
The Anglican Inland Missionary Society (AIMS) was founded in Sri Lanka in 1988 to fulfil the call of the 1988 Lambeth Conference for a Decade of Evangelism worldwide.

AIMS is part of the Anglican Church committed to carrying out the Great Commission to make disciples.

Programmes and Events:

  • Training of missionaries to work in the inland areas of Sri Lanka.
  • Working together with the Lanka Bible College and Colombo Theological Seminary.
  • Workers are sent to assist Dioceses in Sri Lanka at their request.

It started in faith and moves forward in faith and prayer.