We have witnessed great pain, like you, here in Nairobi and beyond, but remain confident that our God will not leave nor forsake us (Heb.13:5). With the ever-changing landscape that the COVID 19 pandemic continues to present, and the logistics and technical aspects involved in hosting a face-to-face General Assembly meeting, the leadership of AEA is proposing a hybrid (online and in-person) meeting in Nairobi from the 28-30 April 2021. We plan to host a maximum of two representatives from each National Alliance and member organizations on-site in Nairobi and arrange to have others participate and follow the proceedings online.

This General Assembly is particularly important for AEA and the Church in Africa.

We would be ushering in the next General Secretary and the management team, launching Vision2066, electing Board members, adopting an amended AEA constitution, etc. We would also have an opportunity to appreciate the out-going Secretary-General of the WEA, Bishop Efraim Tendero, and welcome his successor, Bishop Prof. Thomas Schirrmacher, and more.

We will continue to inform you about the specific details of the programme, including timetable, speakers etc.

GA highlights:

The General Assembly is open to all AEA members and the Global Church.
The quota for Business sessions at the Assembly are as follows:

a) Each Member National Alliance – 5 delegates
b) Each Associate Member – 2 delegates
c) Each Special Member – 2 delegates
d) Every 500 Individual Members -1 delegate

Please find the AEA constitution attached, for ease of reference and for those who may not have this. The stipulated numbers for representation in the constitution is for business sessions; however, we do not set any limit to who can attend the G.A.

All can benefit from the entire programme of the GA, and non-official representatives sit-in at the business sessions to observe. In any case, the official business is a small portion of the GA- focused on the mission and edification of the Church

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