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Day of the African Child 2020

June 16 Day of the African Child 
 
Day of the African Child is celebrated on 16 June every year to commemorate the 1976 student uprising in Soweto, South Africa. It has been commemorated since 1991; as an initiative by the then OAU now AU. 
 
2nd Symposium on misleading Theologies under the theme “Complexities of Theologies of Wealth and Prosperity”

2nd Symposium on misleading Theologies under the theme “Complexities of Theologies of Wealth and Prosperity”

 
Dear Member Churches/National Council of Churches/Theological Associations/Seminaries,
 
Receive greetings of peace from the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC). It is our hope and prayer that God is protecting you and your families during this global pandemic of COVID-19.
 
The AACC Theology,

Life of Mary-Anne Plaatjies-van Huffel celebrated worldwide in online service from WCC

Rev. Prof. Dr Mary-Anne Plaatjies-van Huffel, 2017. Photo: Peter Kenny/WCC

Life of Mary-Anne Plaatjies-van Huffel celebrated worldwide in online service from WCC

05 June 2020
The worldwide ecumenical family came together to celebrate the life of African bridge-builder, transformer, and social justice champion, Rev. Prof. Dr Mary-Anne

CONDEMNING INJUSTICE AND RACISM IN THE USA

CONDEMNING INJUSTICE AND RACISM IN THE USA

As the whole world continues to see the unprecedented exposure of rampant racism, particularly against people of African Descent in the USA, the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) condemns the injustice and racism we are witnessing in the USA. We

Gender, Theologies and COVID-19 Rev. Dr. Lydia Mwaniki, Director of Gender, Women and Youth

•The Ten Theological theses on the Covid-19 pandemic just about to be published by the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC), rightly state that, “How we speak about God in relation to every aspect of life determines whether or not we live and act according to our faith… in every situation”. 

Rev. Dr. Fidon Mwombeki speech at Africa and African Diaspora (AAD) Launch

•       Important to converge Africans together to speak to their own narrative (both Africans on the continent and those of the 6th region – the diaspora), to reflect together and create inroads to achieve a dignified future for Africans wherever they are. African dignity has been so often injured and demeaned,

World Vision International, East Africa Regional Office and All Africa Conference of Churches Partnership Framework Signing Ceremony


 

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