12
Apr
21

Does Early African Christianity Matter Today

Prof. Andrew Walls addresses the importance of Early African Christianity for Christians today. Wednesday 14th April, 3pm GMT [6pm East African Time]. This virtual lecture is hosted by the Centre for Early African Christianity at Akrofi-Chrystaller Institute in Ghana, together with the Centre for Early African Christianity, at Yale. The Akrofi-Chrystaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture is one of CWC’s partner institutions.
Register for the lecture with this link: https://forms.gle/jFANfGzr81SQA1vj9

 

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07
Jan
21

Moments in the History of the Church in Africa

Apologetics Conference 2020 – Dr. Kyama Mugambi offers a brief overview of important moments in the history of the Church on the continent.

15
Dec
20

African Spirituality

Apologetics Conference 2020- Dr. Rudolf Gaisie from the Akrofi-Christaller Institute in Akropong Ghana highlights important considerations in the discussion about the apparent return to African Spirituality among modern Africans. His presentation draws from World Christianity perspectives often written about by Prof Andrew Walls. The Akrofi-Christaller Institute is a partner institution of the CWC.

30
Nov
20

CWC Alumnus Book Launch

Dr. Kyama Mugambi, an alumnus of the CWC launched his book A Spirit of Revitalization: Urban Pentecostalism in Kenya on the 15th of October 2020. Watch the book launch presentation below.

16
Sep
20

CWC Announcement: New Research Resource now available at AIU

We are delighted to announce that the Church Mission Society, CMS, has arranged for their digitized archive to be available for researchers in East Africa through the Africa International University Library. In this video, Dr. Kyama Mugambi of the CWC explains what this archive is, and how one can access it at AIU.

12
Mar
19

Cross Cultural Mission with Rev.Dr. Tim Naish

Rev. Dr. Tim Naish is the Canon Librarian of Canterbury Cathedral. He is also the Cathedral’s Director of Education, leading on the organisation of training courses at Canterbury, including those for newly ordained clergy from around the Anglican Communion. He served as a missionary in DRC.

He sat down with Dr. Kyama Mugambi of CWC to talk about his cross cultural experiences in mission and the importance of World Christianity studies in the context of mission.

12
Mar
19

Dr Cathy Ross on Cross Cultural Mission and World Christianity

Dr. Cathy Ross is on the faculty of theology at Oxford University where she lectures on Contextual theologies, World Christianity, feminist theologies and hospitality. She also lectures at Ripon College Cuddesdon, is also MA Co-ordinator for Pioneer Leadership Training at CMS. She serves as canon theologian at Leicester cathedral. She previously was a missionary in Rwanda, Congo and Uganda with NZCMS.

She sat down with Dr. Kyama Mugambi of CWC to talk about her cross cultural experiences in mission and the importance of World Christianity studies.

12
Mar
19

Asian Perspectives on World Christianity with Dr. Alexander Chow

Dr. Chow from Edinburgh University is Senior Lecturer in Theology and World Christianity. He is also Journal Editor, Studies in World Christianity (Edinburgh University Press), Book Series Editor, Chinese Christianities (Notre Dame Press) and the Chair, Chinese Christianities Program Unit (American Academy of Religion).
He sat down with Dr. Kyama Mugambi of CWC to talk about World Christianity and linkages between Asian and African scholarship in the field.

 

10
Jan
19

Celebrating Lamin Sanneh

Few historians have played a bigger role as Prof Sanneh in helping the world understand Africa, Africans, African Christianity and African Islam. He was an astute scholar, a brilliant writer, and an insightful teacher. I had several occasions to meet him and chat. Invariably, these casual meetings in the corridors, over meals or in-between conference sessions turned into thoughtful encounters where Prof Sanneh challenged my thinking on one issue or other.
I will cherish his memory as one who encouraged high-quality scholarship among Africans. In our most recent chat in Nairobi in 2018, over dinner at the scenic Lukenya Getaway, he once again spoke of the need for a retelling of the unique aspects of recent African Christian history.
I leave you with a video clip taken at the Yale-Edinburgh group meeting.
RIP Lamin Sanneh 1972-2019

16
Mar
18

The Walls’ PhD Seminar on Culture and Conversion

CWC had the distinct privilege of hosting at the PhD seminar Prof John Mbiti and Prof JNK Mugambi. Also in attendance was Rev.Dr Festo Mkenda, Director of the Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa. The group shared a meal after the lectures.




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