Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Global South meeting in Singapore underway

There are lots of meetings in the Anglican Communion (so much for no structure, Heather) - but this one is important. Here is a list of those attending in person the 4th Anglican Global South to South Encounter meeting in Singapore. There are others there as well - but this is a list of the official delegations:

Province of Burundi, Africa

The Most Rev. Bernard Ntahoturi, Primate

the Rt. Rev. Martin Nyaboho

the Rt. Rev. Sixbet Macumi

the Rev. Pedaculi Birakengana

the Rev. Yvette Inamahoro

Mr. Leonidas Niyongbo

The Province of Central Africa

The Rt. Rev. Albert Chama, Dean of the Province

the Rt. Rev. William Mchombo

the Rt. Rev. Godfrey Tawonezvi

The Province of the Congo

the Most. Rev. Henri Kahwa Isingoma, Primate

the Rev. Canon Sabiti Tibafa Daniel

the Venerable Muhindo Isesomo Adolphe

Hong Kong

The Rev. Peter Douglas Koon, Provincial Secretary General

the Rev. Fan Chun Ho

Samson Jeremiah

Indian Ocean

the Most Rev. Ian Ernest, Primate

the Rt. Rev. Samoela Jaona Ranarvelo

the Rt. Rev. James Wong

the Rev. Eugene Tsifanavy

Mrs. Baozoma Lucie Martine

Jerusalem & the Middle East

the Most Rev. Dr. Mouneer Anis, Primate (also a speaker at this conference)

The Rt. Rev. Andrew J. Proud

the Rt. Rev. Azad Marshall

the Very Rev. Dr. Samy Fawzy Shehata

the Rev. Samuel Fanous

Mr. Mark Takki Senad


the Most Rev. Eliud Wabukala (Chair, Communique Drafting Team)

The Rt. Rev. Stephen Njihia

the Rt. Rev. Bill Atwood

Venerable Raphael Okumu

the Rev. Joseph K. Wanyioike

Miss Grace Madoka

Mr. James S. Mathenge


The Most Rev. David Vunagi, Primate

Mr. Alick Palusi


The Most Rev. Stephen Than Myint Oo, Primate

the Rt. Rev. Saw Wilme

the Rev. Dr. San Myant Shwe

Mr Saw Edward

Mr. U San Iin

Mrs. Joy Hla Gyaw


The Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, Primate and Speaker

the Most Rev. Peter Akinola, Primate, retired and Speaker, Global South Standing Committee

The Rt. Rev. Dapo Asaju (Communique Drafting Team)

the Rt. Rev. Ikechi Nwosu

Venerable Michael Adebayo Farohunbi

Mrs. Ngozi Okeke

Mrs. Titi Maboguje

Mrs. Henshaw Aderemi Adetoye

Consolidated Churches of North India

The Rt. Rev. Sunil Singh

The Rev. Dr. Paul Swarup, Speaker


The Most Rev. Emmanuel M. Kolini, Primate

the Rt. Rev. O. Rawaje

the Rt. Rev. John Rucyahana

the Rt. Rev. Chuck Murphy

the Rt. Rev. Dr. Laurent Sanala

the Rev. Dr. Kevin Francis Donlon

Mrs. Freda Kolini

Mrs. Margaret Murphy

South East Asia

the Most Rev. Dr. John Chew, Primate, Speaker and Steering Committee

the Rt. Rev. Bolly Lapok

Te Rt. Rev. Datuk Albert Vun

the Rt. Rev. Ng Moon Hing, Speaker

Venerable John Yeo

the Rev. Canon Dr. Michael Poon

Datuk Stanley Isaacs, Communique Drafting Team

Mr. Richard Magnus

Mr. Benjamin Lim Chzen Wul

Southern Africa

the Rt. Rev. Dr. Johannes Seoka, Bishop of Pretoria, Deputation Chair

the Rt. Rev. Martin Breytenbac

he Rev. Keith De Vos

Mrs. Louisa Madiako Kojela

Dr. Sybil Nomathonya Elzabeth Seoka

The Southern Cone

The Most Rev. Greg Venables, Primate

the Rt. Rev. Tito Zavala, Bishop of Chile


the Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Deng Bul Yak

the Rt. Rev. Francis Loyo

the Rt. Rev. Anthony Poggo

the Rt. rev. Alapayo Manyang Kuctiel


the Most Rev. Dr. Valentino Mokiwa, Primate and Communique Drafting Team

the Rev. Bethuel Mlula

Professor John Palamagamba Kabudi


the Most Rev. Henry Orombi, Primate, Speaker and Steering Committee – still stranded in London. Please Pray!

the Rt. Rev. Stephen Kazimba

the Rt. rev. George Erwau

the Rev. Cann William Ongeng

the Rev. Canon Dr. Alson Barfoot

the Rev. Dr. Professor Stephen Noll

Mrs. Vicky Nankya

West Africa

the Most Rev. Dr. Justice O. Akrofi, Primate

the Rt. Rev. Dr. Festus Yeboah-Asuamah

Mr. George Amissah, Jr.

Mrs. Doris Sheba Drown

Mr. Michael Ntim

The West Indies

The Rt. Rev. Howard Gregory

Western Associates invited: Australia

the Most Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Driver, Archbishop of Adelaide

the Most Rev. Peter Jensen, Archbishop of Sydney

Mr. Robert Tong

Church of England

all three stuck in London

New Zealand

the Rt. Rev. Richard Eliena, Bishop of Nelson

the Rev. Dr. Timothy Harris

Anglican Communion in North America

the Most Rev. Robert Duncan, Archbishop

the Rt. Rev. John Guernsey

the Rev. Phil Ashey

Mr. Hugo Blakingship

The Episcopal Church – Communion Partners Representatives

the Rt. Rev. John Howe, Central Florida

the Rt. Rev. Mark Lawrence, South Carolina


the Most Rev. Datuk Yong Ping Chung, Archbishop of South East Asia, retired

Tip of the grateful Tin Foil Hat to Cheryl Wetzell of Anglicans United. Thanks Cheryl! You can read more here. Sadly, with the explosion of the volcano in Iceland, the Church of England reps are stranded in London.


Lapinbizarre said...

Australia and New Zealand not "Global South" except by select invite? How come, BB?

Anonymous said...

Interesting that the entire South American community is also left off. It seems not Global South, but parts of Africa and a scattering of asia. Hmmm... Buls*** meeter hits the red here....

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Unknown said...

Anon, Southern Cone is there.

The Southern Cone

The Most Rev. Greg Venables, Primate

the Rt. Rev. Tito Zavala, Bishop of Chile


Unknown said...

Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East, and India, as well as Asia and Africa. Obviously Rowan Williams takes it seriously. We have both ACNA and TEC reps (John Howe and Mark Lawrence) together hanging out. And there are many others there as well, not on this list.


Lapinbizarre said...

Not Australia & New Zealand, BB, apart from Jensen (surprise) and Richard Elena, the NZ bishop who got Lambeth of to a flying start by lying about the opening sermon of the Conference, claiming that it had ended with a "Buddhist chant". Guess that lie was his ticket to Singapore? Incidentally, I see that neither Bishop Duleep de Chickera, Bishop of Colombo, source of that "Buddhist chant", nor any other representative of the Church of Ceylon, is listed as attending. Sri Lanka insufficiently "Global South"?

South Africa - Primate Thabo Makgoba?

Familiar with the expression "Yes Men", BB?

Kevin said...

Ax to grid, Lapinbizarre?

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RMBruton said...

Does anyone know why there were no representatives from the Church of England in South Africa?

Anonymous said...

You have missed the Revd Dr Christian Troll off the list.

David G. said...

Who cares anymore,..I certainly don't,..wasting money on irrelevant meeting, ..that could be spent in Haiti,..or any other poor continent,.... What a waste of time,...

These U.S.A. moneychangers can SUCK JESUS'S ASS!!

Kevin said...

It is the first time I remember seeing your name and avatar here, so Welcome (you do have a way of making a first impression).

These folks may much more about "any other poor continent" than you realize, as many actually represent much of what the World Bank labels "Least Developed Nations." Actually very few represent the US or Canada, while they have provided us in the US support. So oddly your comment is not accurate.

May the Lord Bless you and please turn your emotion into actions and please do send your money to Haiti. I can recommend several ministries who have had a long term presence before the Earthquake if you are looking.