Is the Chairman of the Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches (GSFA), and the Primate of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan (ECSS).
Before being elected and installed on 22nd April 2018 as the Primate of the ECSS and the Metropolitan Bishop of Juba, he first served as the Diocesan Bishop of Maridi in Western Equatoria for 17 years (April 2001 to March 2018).
The Most Revd Dr Justin Badi Arama holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Uganda Christian University, Mukono. He is happily married to Mama Joyce Owukara Ke’ri and have been blessed by the Lord with four children; two girls and two boys.
Is the Vice-Chairman of the Global South Fellowship of Anglican Churches (GSFA), and the Primate of the Anglican Church of Chile and Diocesan Bishop of Santiago.
He studied at the Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, in Pittsburgh, United States, and was ordained deacon in 1982, and priest in 1984. In 1998 he was consecrated as Coadjutor Bishop of Chile, with the right of succession to the episcopal see. He became the Diocesan Bishop in 2000.
He was elected unanimously to be the first Latin American and Chilean Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Church in the Southern Cone of America in November 2010. He served for two three-year terms, being re-elected in 2013, and stood down in 2016.
He then became the first Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Chile when it was inaugurated in 2018.
He is married to Miriam and together they have three adult children.
Is the Hon Secretary of GSFA and the Moderator for the Church of Bangladesh (COB). Bishop Mankhin is also the President of the National Council of Churches of Bangladesh (NCCB), an Ecumenical Body of 23 different Churches and seven ecumenical bodies including Bangladesh Bible Society, College of Christian Theology Bangladesh and Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh. Presently, he is hosting the ‘Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) Leadership Network’ in Bangladesh, a Church of England initiative for all faiths in Bangladesh.
Bishop Mankhin is working on COB to become self-sustaining and congregations to be missional.
He is happily married to Mary Monita, and together, they have two grown up children.
Is the Hon Treasurer of GSFA and the Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America since 22nd June 2014. He is also the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the South, headquartered in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.
Archbishop Beach began his ministry by serving teenagers through Young Life. Prior to serving as an archbishop and bishop, he planted and led Holy Cross Anglican Church in Loganville, Georgia.
The Scripture verse that has most guided his ministry is Proverbs 3:5-6: “Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” (ESV)
Archbishop Beach can be heard on radio stations in the U.S. and around the world via his teaching ministry, A Word from the Lord, and his One-Minute Message, an evangelism outreach to the unchurched.
He and his wife, Allison, are life-long Georgians and have two adult children.
Is a Member of the Steering Committee of GSFA and the Archbishop of the Congo since 2016 and also Bishop of Kindu since 1997.
Archbishop Katanda has also served as Coordinator of ACIST (African Community Initiative Support team), (Church World Action Rwanda) program in Refugees Camps around Goma from 1994-1997. He is also a Founder Member of BOAD (Bureau Œcuménique d’appui au Développement, i.e., Ecumenical Development Support Office).
From 2003-2006, Archbishop Katanda was also a Member of the Senate during the Transitional Government in Democratic Republic of Congo and in the Upper House of Parliament.
He is married to Naomi Katanda and together they have seven children; five girls and two boys.
Is a Member of the Steering Committee of GSFA and has been the Primate and Archbishop of the Church of the Province of Myanmar and Bishop of Yangon since 2008.
He studied at the Trinity Theological College in Singapore, was first a parish priest, then becoming lecturer and afterwards dean of the Holy Cross Theological College in Yangon in 1993.
He was elected bishop of the Diocese of Hpa-An in 2005 until his election and enthronement as the 6th Archbishop of Myanmar on 17 February 2008 when he was also enthroned the 13th Bishop of Yangon. He also serves as the President at Myanmar Council of Churches.
He is married to Myint Myint Yee and together they have three sons, Sa Sai Naw Aye, Sa Sai Luker and Michael Wyne Myat San.
Is a Member of the Steering Committee of the GSFA and is the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of the Indian Ocean (ACIO). He was ordained as a Deacon on March 19th and as a Priest on November 1st 1983. His episcopal ordination was on the 19th April 2009 at St Paul’s Cathedral, Seychelles. On August 27th 2017, he was installed as the Archbishop and Primate of the Anglican Church of the Indian Ocean at St Andrew Parish church, Quatre Bornes, Mauritius.
He studied theology at St Paul Theological College in Mauritius and College of the Ascension, Selly Oak, Birmingham. Lately, he successfully completed his Doctorate of Ministry.
He is also a member of the CAPA Primates meeting and of the Anglican Communion. He also participated as an advisor to the GAFCON Primates meeting.
Born on Rodrigues Island, Mauritius, he is married to Kuin Fong Lee Shee We and together, they have two grown up children and three granddaughters.
Is Adviser to the Steering Committee of the Global South and is currently the Archbishop of the Province of Alexandria and the Diocesan Bishop of Egypt. He had also served as Chairman of the Global South Anglicans from 2012 to September 2020.
From 1979-2000 he served at Harpur Memorial Hospital in Menouf both as a Resident Doctor and from 1980 as the Director of the Hospital.
Dr Mouneer was ordained as a Deacon in 1998 and priested in 1999 and also elected the same year by the Diocesan Synod to be the third Egyptian Bishop of the Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa.
In 2007, Bishop Mouneer was elected as the Primate of the Episcopal/Anglican Province of Jerusalem and the Middle East and re-elected to serve another term as Primate in 2012.
In May 2020, when the new Province of Alexandria was formed, Archbishop Mouneer became the first Archbishop of the Province.
Archbishop Mouneer focuses his efforts in building bridges in the society. Bishop Mouneer is currently the Chair of the Anglican Communion Interfaith Commission.
The Diocese of Egypt under his leadership has been playing an important role in building bridges to achieve religious harmony and national unity. In this regard, Bishop Mouneer has given many lectures and speeches in many universities and organizations all over the world.
Bishop Mouneer is married to Nancy. Together, they have two sons, Shady and Ramez, and also two grandchildren; 1 girl and 1 boy.