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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.

Loving Words for a War-Torn Country

‘We need to respect others and approach them sensitively, ready to listen but always ready to share the unique reality of Jesus Christ’, said one of the participants of this week’s Faith2Share Whole-life discipleship consultation in Sri Lanka. On an island with bitter memories of the recent civil war nobody wants to rock the boat but they also have a story to tell about God’s power to change situations. That story needs to be told with sensitivity so that Buddhist,...

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