To create an electronic library and archival system for the Anglican Church and beyond in the continent
To electronically archive the witness and ministry of the Anglican primates of Southern Africa.
To improve participants’ ability to analyse and interpret theological texts critically and creatively by providing theological essays and e-books to leaders in the church, both clergy and lay.
The project also aims to provide key texts within the core theological disciplines for theological students across the Anglican Church of Southern Africa and beyond.
• to raise the reading standards of ordinands, clergy and laity;
• to provide e-technology support to all participants to assist their adaptation of this new technology;
• to improve the quality of lives of the beneficiaries by developing and increasing their level literacy;
• to encourage participants to write articles and books that reflect their own theological, cultural, historical, ethnic, economic, gender and racial context;
• to instil the culture of reading and encourage creative writing;
• to enable participants to integrate knowledge, skills and values to express themselves;
• to stimulate imaginative and creative initiatives;
• to make the Anglican Church of Southern Africa’s resources accessible;
• to share with the broader public the reflections and writing of the Anglican primates and other theologians