Revd. Ishaneus Gusha
Revd. Ishaneus Gusha

Rev Ishanesu Gusha is the Vicar of St Philip and St James Anglican Church in Palma.  He relocated here in 2021 with his wife and three young sons. Rev Ishanesu and his family love their life among the people and community of Mallorca. The English speaking  Church in Palma is very different from being the Dean of Harare Cathedral in Zimbabwe. He finds the change fascinating, a challenge and an inspiration.


“People first: stop stigma and discrimination, strengthen prevention”

The 26th of June is a day set aside since 1987 for the celebration against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 22/06/2023 12:25


The Dawn of a New Era in the history of the British Monarchy

The British Monarch holds a special leadership position in the Church of England as the Church’s Supreme governor with privileges of approving the appointment of archbishops and other church leaders.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 05/05/2023 15:49


Keeping the Easter Flame Alive in a Troubled World

The lighting of the paschal candle symbolizes the resurrection and light of Christ.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 05/04/2023 10:53


Journeying in the Wilderness

We walk the wilderness paths to grow and learn, trust, and obey.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 22/03/2023 11:17


Celebrating Christian Unity Week

The ecumenical church in Palma under the leadership of Father Baltasar will be celebrating this Christian unity week...

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 17/01/2023 17:45


From the Feeding Trough of Animals comes out the Salvation of Humankind

History always reminds us that we cannot live in a world free from problems and we are not in total control of our destiny.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 24/12/2022 23:30


Christmas is Around the Corner

"Let us give a daily time to self-reflection and self-examination before God, allowing him to speak into our minds those things about which we are ashamed, those things we regret, and those things that cause us remorse."

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 11/12/2022 11:50


Securing our common future: An Agenda for Disarmament

Disarmament is a positive step towards building trust and positive relationships.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 01/11/2022 10:01


The Tale of Unsung Heroines

The idea of honouring rural women with a special day was put forward at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China, in 1995.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 14/10/2022 11:33


The Church and the Social Activities

Significantly, this week is a famous play: Educating Rita to be held at the church on the 10th and 11th June at 7.30pm.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 10/06/2022 15:19


Strengthening resilience in nutrition and food security on the African Continent

This year marks 60 years after the formation of the Organization of African Unity.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 27/05/2022 13:10


Celebrating World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development

May 21 is a day dedicated by the United Nations to celebrate cultural diversity for dialogue and development.

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 20/05/2022 15:37


Family and Urbanization: Celebrating the International Day of Families

A New Command I give you: Love one Another as I have loved you, so you must love one another. (John 13: 34)

Revd. Ishaneus Gusha 13/05/2022 15:45