Africa conference 2020 – recordings

You can re-watch the 2020 Africa conference recordings here. Just click the Playlist icon in the top-right of the picture to select which video you want:

Friday programme

Welcome, introductions and song
Sally Botteley, William Challis & Stephen Burgess

Bible reading 1: Mark Ch.4 vs 35-41
Paul Thaxter, CMS Director of International Mission

Africa report from CMS
Stephen Burgess, Regional Manager for Africa

Mission partner contributions – Ethiopia & Uganda
Chris and Suzy Wilson – Gambella, Ethiopia
Malcolm Pritchard – Gulu, N Uganda

Saturday morning programme

Welcome, introductions and song
Sally Botteley, William Challis & Stephen Burgess

Bible reading 2: Mark Ch.5 vs 1-20
Paul Thaxter, CMS Director of International Mission

CMS-Africa report
Lucy Ochieng, Head of Operations

Reports from CMS-Africa and their Local Partners
Karobia Njogu, Cross Cultural Manager, introduces five local partners:

  1. Meshack Okumu – Kenya
  2. Joseph Noel Sati – Sudan and S. Sudan
  3. Paul and Regina Lueth – S Sudan
  4. Bisoke Balikenga – DRCongo
  5. Paul Kibona – Tanzania

CMS-Africa Financial Freedom for Families
Henry Mwaniki, Training Manager

Mission partner contribution – Madagascar
Derek and Jane Waller

Saturday afternoon programme

Welcome and notices
Sally Botteley, William Challis & Stephen Burgess

CMS ‘new directions’ update, followed by Q&A
Alastair Bateman, Chief Executive Officer
Debbie James, Director of Mission Transformation

Mission Partner contribution – Africa wide
Caroline and Dick Seed: based in South Africa

Introductions – new people in mission
Anthea and Martin Gordon – Goma, DRCongo
Neil and Sue Browning – Moyo, N Uganda
Tom and Verity Claire – Arua, N Uganda
Patricia and Peter Wyard – Aru, DRC

Communion service
William Challis

The songs are all available on YouTube:
‘Praise my soul the King of Heaven’ and ‘Strength will rise as we wait upon the Lord’ were produced by Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church
The “African Blessing” was sung by the Destiny Africa Children’s’ choir
‘Good, good father’ was produced by Wallingford Baptist Church

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