Provincial Executive Committee 2014-2016
|Provincial Executive Committee
2014 – 2016
|SEATED (left to right):
Mrs Frances Dickson (Diocese of Port Elizabeth) – Provincial Treasurer and Stock Controller; Mrs Lucille Henniker (Diocese of Cape Town) – Provincial Vice President; Mrs Nana Khoza (Diocese of Pretoria) Provincial President; Liaison Bishop Daniel Kgomosotho (Diocese of Mpumalanga); Mrs Monica Thaele (Diocese of Free State) – Alternate Provincial Vice President and Mrs Pinkie Madiehe (Diocese of Pretoria) Provincial Secretary.
|STANDING (left to right):
Mrs Carol Constance (Diocese of George); Mrs Nomalungelo Ntlokwana (Diocese of Port Elizabeth); Ms Mamello Qhobela (Diocese of Lesotho); Mrs Jacoba Kleinsmith (Diocese of Saldanha Bay) Contact Editor); Mrs Pamela Mntonintshi (Diocese of Highveld) and Mrs Clara Moloto (Diocese of Johannesburg)
Anglican Womens Fellowship
"Wishing all our sisters a blessed and prosperous 2014."
Provincial Council Resolution 2012
23rd Provincial Council Meeting
24 -28 October 2012
Provincial Council Resolution
The Anglican Women’s Fellowship strives to follow the example of Christ who came into the world “in order that (we) may have life, and have it to the full.” John 10:10.
The AWF prayer says:
God our Father, you have called us to worship and serve you in your church.
We ask you to bless the members of the Anglican Women’s Fellowship.
Unite us in love, by the power of your Holy Spirit and
grant that we may serve you in the world.
Through Jesus Christ our Lord. AMEN.
At the 2012 Desmond Tutu International Peace Lecture (UWC), Mrs Graca Machel, a widely respected advocate of women and children’s rights made the following observation about the South African society: “With our staggeringly high rates of violence and abuse, of broken families ... we are ...a damaged society. Perhaps in celebrating our political settlement ... we have overlooked a core task; the hard, necessary job of fixing our human selves.” Although her focus was South Africa, the reality is that other Southern African countries share the same long history of brutality during colonisation and there are similarities in the way we deal with our common pain.
Photo's from the Provincial Council
We need to remember that when one becomes a member of the AWF, they do not only belong to the organisation, but also to the body of Christ and the Church, through the power of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, one can proudly wear the badge, which reflects our motto: “United in Prayer, Service and Love”.