3rd-Inter-Continental-Theological-Education-for-Mission-in-the-Anglican-Communion-(TEMAC)-Conference

Theological Education for Mission in the Anglican Communion (TEMAC)

3rd Inter-Continental Conference

Dates: 29th May to 2nd June 2019

Paper Presenters

  • Revd. Canon Prof. Joseph Galgalo (Kenya)
    Vice Chancellor, St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya

  • Joseph Galgalo is Vice Chancellor of St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya, and Associate Professor of Systematic Theology. He earned a PhD in Systematic Theology from the University of Cambridge. He is an ordained minister in the Anglican Church of Kenya and Honorary Canon of All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi, Kenya. He has a keen interest in inter-contextual and contextual theologies as well as theological education. He is an author of several articles and book chapters and the book African Christianity: The Stranger within (African Books Collective, 2012).

  • Revd. Shady Anis (Egypt)
    Lecturer, Alexandria School of Theology, Egypt

  • Shady Anis teaches Systematic Theology at the Alexandria School of Theology, Egypt. He has earned a Masters of Arts in Religion-Systematic Theology Specialization, with research honors from Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry in Pittsburgh, USA, working on a thesis “A Review and Assessment of Two Responses to Richard Dawkins.” His research interest and teaching expertise is on Christian doctrines, Ethics, Reformation, and New Trends in Theology.He is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Systematic Theology.

  • Revd. Br. Nelson Bako (Solomon Islands)
    Head Brother, Melanesian Brotherhood Religious Community, Solomon Islands

  • Nelson Bako is from the Melanesian Brotherhood Religious Community in Solomon Islands. He has worked in various capacities in the Brotherhood. He was admitted as Novice in 2003, and as a Profess Brother in 2006. He was ordained as a Deacon in 2013, and was ordained to priesthood in 2015. Since 2017 he has been serving as the Headbrother of the Melanesian Brotherhood.

  • Sr. Jemma CSF (Korea)
    Religious sister of the Community of St. Francis, Korea

  • Jemma is a Religious sister of the Community of St. Francis, Korea. She has lived a religious life for 27 years, and made a life Profession in 2009. She had professed her first vows in the Society of Holy Cross, but later founded the Korean Franciscan Sisterhood. She is committed to motivate the younger generation to become interested in the life of Religious Community, and works towards this goal. Her personal work in the Religious Community is related to the Church Clothes, making clergy dresses and alter clothes which has offered her opportunities to meet many priests and lay leaders and to listen to their own voices.

  • Br. Christopher John SSF (New Zealand)
    Minister General, The Society of St.Francis

  • Christopher John Masters SSF was born in New Zealand and since 1983 has been a member of the Anglican order of Franciscans known as the Society of St. Francis (SSF). As a Franciscan he has served in New Zealand and South Korea and is currently based in Australia. From 2012 to 2017 he was Minister Provincial (provincial leader) of the Province of the Divine Compassion (covering Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Sri Lanka) and in 2017 was elected minister general (international leader) of SSF. In this role he spends most of each year visiting each of SSF's friaries around the world. He holds an MA Theology in Franciscan Studies from the University of Wales, and PhD in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand. His interests include spirituality and the Franciscan mission of work for justice, peace and the integrity of creation.

  • Prof. Esther Mombo (Kenya)
    Director of International Partnerships and Alumni Relations at St. Paul's University

  • Esther Mombo is presently Director of International Partnerships and Alumni Relations at St. Paul's University. Her PhD in Church History is from the University of Edinburgh, UK. She is actively engaged in mentoring women in Theological education and Ministry. She is a member of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians and serves as co-moderator of Education Ecumenical Formation (EEF) Commission of the World Council of Churches. In the Anglican Communion she has served in different commissions including the Windsor Commission and Theological Education in the Anglican Communion. Her research interests focus on the development and growth of the church in Africa focusing on the Role of Women, Theological Education, Gender Mainstreaming, and Interfaith Relations.

  • Dr. Naw Myatt Hsu Mon (Myanmar)
    Academic Dean of the Holy Cross Theological College

  • Naw Myatt Hsu Mon is the Academic Dean of the Holy Cross Theological College (HCTC) in Yangon, Myanmar which belongs to the Church of the Province of Myanmar (Anglican) and serves as a Secretary of the Executive Committee of Association for Theological Education in Myanmar (ATEM). She also serves as the Secretary of Religious Education Committee at the Holy Cross Church in Yangon. She obtained her Doctor of Theology degree in Mission and Culture at Lutheran Theological Seminary, Hong Kong in 2016. She teaches Missiology and New Testament at HCTC.

  • Revd. Br. Emmanuel OBa'a, CCSB/OSB (Cameroon)
    Founder of the Congregation of the Companions of Saint Benedict (CCSB), Cameroon

  • Emmanuel Oba’a is the Founder and Prior General of an Anglican religious order, the Congregation of the Companions of Saint Benedict (CCSB) in Cameroon. Originally coming from a Roman Catholic family and having begun his priesthood preparation at the age of 17, he joined the Anglican Missionary Diocese of Cameroon in 2005. He was received in the Church in the Anglican Diocese of Cameroon in 2008. He is the Founding President of the Association of Active Children of Cameroon.

  • Sr. Lic. Theol. Estelle M. Sogbou (France)
    Member of CheminNeuf Community

  • Estelle M. Sogbou is a consecrated member of the CheminNeuf Community. She studied Catholic Theology in Lyon (FR) and Bonn (DE). Since September 2017, she lectures Dogmatic Theology, respectively: Ecclesiology, Theologies of Ministry and Christology in the Theological Institute of les Dombes (FR). She is a member of the Executive Committee of the AÖF/ ERF (Ecumenical Research Forum).

  • Sr. Lic. Theol. Estelle M. Sogbou (France)
    Member of CheminNeuf Community

  • Estelle M. Sogbou is a consecrated member of the CheminNeuf Community. She studied Catholic Theology in Lyon (FR) and Bonn (DE). Since September 2017, she lectures Dogmatic Theology, respectively: Ecclesiology, Theologies of Ministry and Christology in the Theological Institute of les Dombes (FR). She is a member of the Executive Committee of the AÖF/ ERF (Ecumenical Research Forum).