Bishops Seminar on Islam

CCT, with support from Church of Sweden, is conducting a seminar for Bishops on Islam. The purpose of this seminar is to help Bishops broaden their understanding on Islam and current trends on Islamic radicalization and extremism. The two day seminar has started on 23rd of May and will end on 24th of May. The attendants include Bishops from CCT member churches, representatives of Church of Sweden, Zanzibar Interfaith Centre and CCT secretariat.

Here are some updates in pictures:

Welcome Note By CCT General Secretary, Rev. Canon Moses Matonya
Welcome Note By CCT General Secretary, Rev. Canon Moses Matonya
Some of the attendants (L-R): Brighton Kilewa (ELCT General Secretary), Bishop Chedieli Sendoro, Bishop Oscar Mnung'a
Some of the attendants (L-R): Brighton Killewa (ELCT General Secretary), Bishop Chedieli Sendoro, Bishop Oscar Mnung’a
Introduction by Church of Sweden by Josephine Sundqvist
Introductory note by Church of Sweden by Josephine Sundqvist
Some of the attendants (L-R): Bishop Alinikisa Cheyo, Bishop Joseph Mutorela
Some of the attendants (L-R): Bishop Alinikisa Cheyo, Bishop Joseph Mutorela
Presentation by Rev. Dr. Bwire, representing PROCMURA and a lecturer on Islam from Kenyatta University (Kenya)
Presentation by Rev. Dr. Bwire, representing PROCMURA and a lecturer on Islam from Kenyatta University (Kenya)
Rev. Dr. Leonard Mtaita presenting on Historical Background of Radicalization in Tanzania
Rev. Dr. Leonard Mtaita presenting on Historical Background of Radicalization in Tanzania
Rev. Dr. Leonard Mtaita presenting on Historical Background of Radicalization in Tanzania
Rev. Dr. Leonard Mtaita presenting on Historical Background of Radicalization in Tanzania
Rev. Dr. Bengston Hakan presentation on Co-existence and Religious Radicalization in Holy Land
Rev. Dr. Bengston Hakan presentation on Co-existence and Religious Radicalization in Holy Land
Audience listening to Dr. Hakan
Rev. Dr. Bengston Hakan presentation on Co-existence and Religious Radicalization in Holy Land
Rev. Dr. Bengston Hakan presentation on Co-existence and Religious Radicalization in Holy Land

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