WCC Governing Bodies and Staff Leadership 2009

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WCC Governing Bodies and Staff Leadership 2009


PRESIDENTS

His Beatitude Archbishop Anastasios of Tirana, Durres and All Albania

Orthodox Autocephalous Church of Albania

Mr. John Taroanui Doom

Maohi Protestant Church (Tahiti)

Rev. Prof. Dr Simon Dossou

Protestant Methodist Church in Benin

Dr. Soritua Nababan

Protestant Christian Batak Church (Indonesia)

Rev. Dr. Ofelia Ortega

Presbyterian-Reformed Church in Cuba

His Holiness Abune Paulos

Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church

Rev. Dr Bernice Powell Jackson

United Church of Christ (USA)

Dame Mary Tanner

Church of England

WCC OFFICERS

Rev. Dr Walter Altmann

Evangelical Church of the Lutheran Confession in Brazil

Metropolitan Prof. Dr Gennadios of Sassima

Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

Rev. Dr Margaretha M. Hendriks-Ririmasse

Protestant Church in the Moluccas

Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia * (Ex-officio)

WCC General Secretary

Methodist Church in Kenya

WCC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

AFRICA

Bishop Ivan Manuel Abrahams

Methodist Church of Southern Africa

Dr. Agnes Abuom

Anglican Church of Kenya

Pastor Antonio Pedro Malungo

Evangelical Reformed Church of Angola

Ms. Iyabo Oyekola

Church of the Lord (Aladura) Worldwide

ASIA

Bishop Samuel R. Azariah

Church of Pakistan

Rev. Dr Margaretha M. Hendriks-Ririmasse

Vice-moderator

Protestant Church in the Moluccas

Ms. Hae-Sun Jun

Korean Methodist Church

CARIBBEAN

Ms. Nerissa Celestine

Church in the Province of the West Indies

EUROPE

MS. Margareta Grape

Church of Sweden

Metropolitan Prof. Dr Gennadios of Sassima

Vice moderator

Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople

Bishop Dr Hilarion Alfeev

Russian Orthodox Church

Bishop Dr Martin Schindehiitte

Evangelical Church in Germany

Rev. Graham G. McGeoch

Church of Scotland

Archbishop Dr Nifon of Targoviste

Romanian Orthodox Church

H.E. Metropolitan Vasilios of Constantia-Ammochostos

Church of Cyprus

Ms. …

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