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Developing Leadership on Congregational Level

NetACT is the Network for African Congregational Theology, a network of theological institutions in the Presbyterian and Reformed tradition in Sub-Saharan Africa.

It was formed in February 2000 in Nairobi, Kenya, as a network between theological institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. These member institutions create and direct the network with the aim of assisting all members in preparing leaders for missional congregations.

Stellenbosch University acts as the central resource centre from where the network is administered and coordinated.


Group photo taken at St Paul’s University, Limuru, Kenya on 7 July 2016.

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Fltr back: James Nkansah-Obrempong (in front); Washington Kamau; Kobus Odendaal; Josephine Mutuku-Sesi (in front); Liz Mburu; Marc Myburgh; Webster Vhembo (in front); Marie-Louise Frost; Tom Joel Obengo Mike McCoy; Tersur Aben (in front); Nathan Chiroma; Jan Oberholzer; a friend of Maggie; Maggie Madimbo; Zablon Bundi Mutongu (in front); Jurgens Hendriks; Berdian Beukes; Gilbert Madimbo; Khamadi Joseph Pali (in front); Rangarirai Rutoro; Hannes van der Walt; Michael Masso; Hannes Knoetze; Kobus Schoeman; Peter Awojobi (in front); Sunday Agang; Annatjie van Niekerk; Ferdinand van Niekerk; Siphiwe Dube; Alphonce Baya; Moses Olele; Gustav Claassen; Roger Tucker; Kobus Gerber (near the front); Campos Afonso; Evangelos Thiani; Ian Nell; Santino Odong Othol (in front); Edwin Zulu; Hezron Komen; Nadine Bowers; David Ngaruiya; Ephraim Yoms (in front); Hennie van Deventer; Gerco Opâ’t Of; Bauta Motty (obscured); Lukas Soko; Avelino Rafael;Jonathon Iorkighir (in front); Naas Swart; Frederick Kakwata;Manasse Matiquele (in front); Len Hansen; Coutinho Moma.

 

Not on the photo but also at meeting: Vivian Ifeoma Agu; Stephen Manya; Koos Fouche, Glen Paauw; Dorcas Chebet; Emmanuel Chemmendich, John Bwire, Mumo Kisau.