He visited South Sudan and reported for Episcopal News Service on the independence celebrations and the church’s work in Abyei. He visited clergy in three dioceses, to build on the relationships he established in prior grant work, and was invited to teach and preach. His grant work influenced his book, “Backpacking Through the Anglican Communion.” … Read More »
The Rev. Bart Segu is working this summer to promote peaceful Muslim/Christian relations in the Diocese of Kibondo, Tanzania. He has begun training his co-leaders, and they will conduct extensive interviews of stakeholders, victims of violence and religious leaders. A conference of interfaith leaders at the Kibondo Training Center will be held at the end … Read More »
He taught, studied and lived in community at Leonard Kamungu Theological College in Malawi.
He trained parish representatives in HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention in Malawi; he also implemented parish-based care teams for HIV/AIDS patients.
He conducted training for twenty home-based caregivers of HIV/AIDS patients using the established Channels of Hope resource in the Diocese of Malawi. The Care Teams had been established with a prior EES grant.
She attended the Contextual Theology Programme at the College of the Transfiguration in Grahamstown, South Africa. She then convened a two-week workshop on healing and reconciliation using a contextual theology approach in Cameroon.
He worked with an experienced team to train twenty-nine leaders from the Diocese of Upper Shire in Malawi in the Community of Hope program of lay pastoral care.
She participated in a cross-cultural immersion in Uganda, with a focus on the role of women in the Ugandan Anglican church.
With the support of the Bishop of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, he held a successful conference in March 2012 to explore establishing an Episcopal church in Krakow. The Polish Episcopal Network continues to work for an expanded presence in Poland.
She made a mission trip to Belarus, for immersion and evangelism with those previously oppressed by Soviet power.