The Rt. Rev'd Amos A. Fagbamiye, is the first Nigerian to become an Anglican Diocesan Bishop in 2011 in North America and Canada. He is the pioneering Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Trinity ADOTT which was formerly called the Missionary Diocese of the Trinity (MDT).
The ADOTT currently has 66 clergy and 60 congregations spread over the United States of America and Canada.
Prior to becoming a diocesan bishop. He was one of the first two Nigerian priests to elected and appointed in 2007 a Suffragan Bishop of the Anglican Church in the Convocation of Anglicans in North America (CANA).
The Ven. Dr Gbenga Akinbola is an ordained Anglican priest. Ordained deacon in July 2000 at the Diocese of Akoko in Ondo State, Nigeria. He has passion for youth work, evangelism, church growth and developing lay and clergy through biblical instructional materials.
He is from Idanre, Ondo State. He has served in various churches as curate and vicar including St Luke’s Church Odo Irun, Irun Akoko and then served several years as the Vicar of the St. John’s Pentecostal Charismatic Youth Church Ikare Akoko, while at the same time serving as the Youth Chaplain of Akoko Diocese and the acting Administrative Assistant to the Bishop.
In August 2003, Ven Akinbola began serving as one of the priests at Archbishop Vining Memorial Church Cathedral Ikeja, Lagos in the Diocese of Lagos West and became the pioneer Youth Chaplain of AVMCC (2004 to 2007).
The Ven John Beasley (Archdeaconry Emeritus) was born December 21, 1933, in Linton (Southern Indiana) to Ruth Custer Beasley. He and his two younger brothers grew up in Indianapolis where he graduated from Washington High School then joined the US Army, serving state side. Upon mustering out, he became a Tool and Die Maker at Allison's, later advancing to Industrial Engineer. From there he moved to Evanston, Illinois, ( near Chicago) attending Seabury Western Seminary and became a priest in the Episcopal Church in 1972. In 2006 he left the Episcopal Church and was accepted into Nigerian Anglican Church, Lagos, through the auspices of Bishop Amos Fagbamiye. In 2010 Bishop Amos Fabgamiye preferred John to Canon, then to Archdeacon Emeritus at ACCR ( Anglican Cathedral Church of Resurrection) where he serves at the Bishop's pleasure. He is married to Margaret Hart Beasley; they reside in Indianapolis. They have two daughters and two sons, nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.
Ven James Mwangi was born in Gatheru Muranga Kenya by Late Selathiel and Late Beth Wacera. Attended Primary Education at Gatheru Primary , School,and joined Karingu Secondary School. I joined National Youth Service did Plant Mechanic for four years. I Worked in different companies in Nairobi , Peterson Wear, Magic Contractors etc, before joining National Council Of Kenya where I worked three years.I joined Trinity College 1991-1994. I was made deacon 1993 and ordained Priest 1994 in Nairobi Diocese. I worked as priest at St Stephen Jogoo Road, St Veronica South B, St Francis Karen, St Phillip Jericho. Moved to USA in 1998 where I joined St Thomas Episcopal Church in Whiteland, later joined Nazarene church of Franklin for eight years. In 2006 I joined Accr Indinanpolis , was preferred as Canon 19th August 2012.Appointed as Archdeacon 25th October 2015, and at the moment serving as Youth Chaplain in Anglican Diocese of Trinity. Married to Alice Macharia and blessed with three kids , Samuel Macharia,Casey Macharia and Chrystal Macharia.
I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in the exquisite sense of mere tranquil existence, that I neglect my talents. I should be incapable of drawing a single stroke at the present moment; and yet I feel that I never was a greater artist than now.
When, while the lovely valley teems with vapour around me, and the meridian sun strikes the upper surface of the impenetrable foliage of my trees, and but a few stray gleams steal into the inner sanctuary, I throw myself down among the tall grass by the trickling stream;
She packed her seven versalia, put her initial into the belt and made herself on the way.
"To be Christ-centered and an all-inclusive multicultural and multiracial community of faith that promotes worship and liturgy throught the Holy Spirit, and relying on the word of God to empower all who seek the Lord Jesus Christ His fellowship, presence and love."
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