The Presiding Bishop of the American Episcopal Church an American branch of the Worldwide Anglican community, the Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry who touched thousands of lives in Africa with his powerful sermon, “Go, Go, Go”, he preached in Zimbabwe in June 2017, will be the man to preach at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding at Windsor Castle.
Preaching to approximately 25000 Anglicans who came from different parts of Southern Africa for the Bernard Mizeki pilgrimage in Marondera Zimbabwe in 2017, he challenged the Christian community to go and preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to all the entire nations.
The 65 year old Bishop and one of the senior religious leaders in the United States of America reminded people that everyone had a duty to play in God’s vine yard.
Saturday May 19 the world eyes will be on him, as he will give the sermon of the wedding ceremony for the British royal family. Bishop Curry will give the sermon while the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will officiate at the ceremony, and Rev David Conner, the Dean of Windsor will conduct the service.