Office of the Archbishop & Primate

Archbishop Justin Badi Arama has a small staff team - Rev Joseph Ayach Deng has the combined role of Chaplain and Private Secretary, Manyang Gabriel Kon is Press Secretary.  In addition John Ladu ensures that Archbishop and his staff / visitors are safely driven around Juba and the surrounds.

Provincial Secretary

 

Accounts

 

Education

 

Mission & Evangelism

The office of Evangelism and Mission, headed up by Rev Francis Lado, exists to proclaim the risen Christ to all the ends of South Sudan. Our purpose is to train disciples, pastors and all the church leaders, and the body of Christ so that they go out and preach the Gospel of salvation, peace and reconciliation.

1. To enhance Evangelism and Mission throughout the Internal Provinces.
2. To strategies and strengthen Evangelism, Discipleship and Missions
3. Training of Disciples, Evangelists and Mission Teams in all the Internal Provinces and the archdiocese of Juba.
4. Provision of evangelism materials and Bibles in various modes and languages.

Mothers' Union

 

SSUDRA 

 

Communication Commission

 

The Episcopal University

 

Justice Peace & Reconciliation Commission (JPRC)

The Justice, Peace and Reconciliation Commission (JPRC), is a department within the Episcopal Church of South Sudan. It was established in 2000 to champion the cause of justice, peace, reconciliation and healing among various communities affected by the long civil conflicts in South Sudan.  It is currently chaired by Bishop Samuel Peni (Diocesan Bishop of Nzara) and the Co-ordinator is Rev Stephen Mayuen Mou

Since 2000, JPRC has been directly involved in peace building in the country conducting numerous peace and reconciliation workshops, conferences and advocacy.  It’s envisioned a peaceful society, free from violent and hatred. The main aim is to seek and end to wars and conflicts in South Sudan. The long-term goal is to build sustainable peace and harmony through reconciliation and healing in the nation. 

Three years Activity Plan includes:
1.    Military Chaplains Training: to directly support this institution with professional training and personnel capacity building to bring reforms and transformation. The army needs moral disciplines and army work ethics in regard to behaviors; respect of human rights and gender based violent including the issue of child soldiers.
2.    Grassroots Consultation: These are Community Meetings to Outline Action Agenda in the following locations