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ORDER OF THE CONFERENCE JOURNAL
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Officers of the Conference - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1
Corrrmittee on Coordination{Executive Committee of the
Annual Conference) -'- - - -
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Roll of Lay Delegates - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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Daily Proceedings - - - - - -
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Disciplinary Questions - - - -- - 22:.
Composite Report of the District Superintendents
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Treasurer's Report -
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Statistical Repor.t - - - - - - - - -- 36
,Reports of the Boards and Committees - ~ 42
Appointments - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 65
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Pastoral Records - -
Chronological Roll - - - -
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Roll of Missionaries Not Hembers of an Annual Conference - - -- 92
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President:
Secretaries:
Assistants Secretaries:
Statistician:
Assistant Statisticians:
Treasurer:
Assistant Treasurers:

Shaumba Pierre
Joe Davis
Asher!la Pierre
A.J. Reid
Nuseu Emile
Wetshi Victor
Uma Djela Auguste
Um'Okoko Marcus
Omeunga Joseph
Umanguo Albert
E.. H. Lovell
Joe Mavl
School Inspector
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OFFICERS OF THE CONFERENCE
Bishop Nev1811 S. Booth
Ashema Pierre, Joe Davis
Ongendangenda Joseph, Wayne Culp
Luhahi Emile
Luhaka Jean, Larry Pleiman
John Wesley Shungu
.:3nundu Paul, 1'1useu Emile
COHl'UTTEE _ON COORDINATION _r
Chairman: The Bishop
Lay Womel1
Yema Luhahi
Ekoko On'Udinga
Telesia Shaurnba
Edith Hartin
Gladys 11a1.v
Nildred Lovell
AJ,ternates
Hazel Reid
Lorena Kelly
Uyaka Veronique
Dorothy Davis
Hyaundu Pauline
Ethel Homfeldt
Mbu Huseu
Ex ... Officio
Legal Representative
Lay Men
Luhahi Emile
Kashama Sjnon
Djamba Pierre
Ukunda Andre
Emundu Paul
Burleigh Law(de.
ased)
Umumbu Victor
W.. S.. Hughlett
Usamba Albert
Ong el1da11g enda ;:,
Koi Paul
Stanley Maughl:
Field Treasur
Group I
Committee on Coordination (see p.l.)
Group II
Comite Medical - Hedical Committee
1. Koi Paul
10.Hembi Michel
2. Dorothy Gilbert
11.Ukit'ut!ambi Louis
3.. Lulengi Samuel
12.Dikitele Michel
4 Wemb'Ulua Frangois
13.Dungu Pius
5. Athanase
14.Dr. N.A. Siksay
6. Oleka Pierre
15.Dr. Robert White
7". Om'Okoko Pierre
16.Tunda Andre
8 Osango Armand
17.0mumbu Victor
9. Dr. Wm. Hughlett
18.Lwnbu Michel
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ka 't-_Tsonola Asi Comite - Nominating Committee
onu
1. A.J., Raid
B.Wayne A. Culp
2. Raj.J:'1D:el:
9.Shutsha Reid
B.E. Lovell
10.. Gladys Maw
4 Diongo Albert
J.l.Lupungu Paul
12.Luhata Daniel
5" Udimba Paul
6. Ongendangenda Joseph
Andre
7. T'Olenga Alphonse
1 .Ukitana Polycarp
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.Kir.abulu Paul
Education - Board of Christian Education
1 .. Joanne Naughlin 16. Kukanya Jacob
2 .. Yemba Victor 17. Ukitana Raphael
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Hyonbo Emile 18. Dorothy Culp
Lukali Raphael 19. Edith Hartin
5. 1.101et Hughlett 20. Lokoto Paul
6 .. Udimba Lopema Moise 21. Lunganga Jean
7. Omanguo Albert 22. 01eka Pierre
80 Gladys Maw

Unya Marie
9. Uhano Cosmas 2 Kinyamba Armand
10 .. Uminu Paul 25.
Uyaka Veronique
11.. Ekanga Jean 26. Dorothy Rees
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120 Udimba Paul

Ekoko Veronique

Djamba Pierre 2 Shutsha Pierre
11-. Ekoko Crowder 29. Norene Robken
15'. Sarah Reinecke
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Gomite
J.M. Davis
2. Kasongo Jerome
Lomena Jean
Om'Okoko Marcus
5. Dan Adar.1s
- Board of Education
6. Ongendangenda Joseph
7. Osamba Albert
8. Umumbu Victor
9. Kimbulu Paul
10. Luhahi Emile
11. Mildred Lovell
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Gomite ka Finance Finance
1. Ndjati Daniel
2. Museu Emile
3: Eluhu Joseph
Omeonga Joseph
5. Umumbu Andre
6. Barbara Norris
7. Kashama Simon
8. Wetshi Victor
Group III
12.
13.
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15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

UkUnda Andre
Lorena Kelly
Barbara Norris
Douglas Crowder
Uhano Cosmas
Nguwu Pierre
Tunda Shungu Frangois
Emambulu Jean
Virginia Law
Ukita Sumbu Albert
9. Shungu J. Wesley
10. Ashema Pierre
11. Rtanley Maughlin
12. Jack Hosking
13. Wayne Culp
1'+. Lorena Kelly
15. Luhaka Jean
16. Diongo Albert
Comite ka Wekelu ndu Relutiol1..s y'Esambisha - Board on the Hinistry
1 .. Ashema Pierre
2. I\fdjati Daniel
3" 'Z.M.. Davis
'+r Loyell
5. Joe Haw
6 .. Museu Eraile
7. Ngandemema Jean
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8. On'Udinga Frangois
Gomi te ka Nusique - Music COID!!li ttee
I. Dorothy Gilbert
2. Joanne Maughlin
3. Ongendangenda Joseph
y.. Luhahi Emile
5. Lupungu Paul
9. Shaumba Pierre
10. John w. Shw'lgu
11. A.J. Reid
12. Wayne A. Culp
13. Om'Okoko Marcus
1'+. 1f.Jetshi Victor
15. Dtmgu Albert
6. Gladys Maw
7. Okita Kenge Leonard
8. Paul Alexander
9. Uhanu Paul
10. Djamba Pierre
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Comite ka Transport , Ehikelu ka
mvudu ndu k'Agriculteur- Building and
Agriculture Committee"
1. Jack Reitz 13.
Pungn Albert
2. J,arry Pleimann 14. Uminu Paul
3 John Hughlett
IJe Onumba David
1+ Okita Sumbu Albert
16. Kimbulu Paul
5. Umanguo Albert 17.
Okita Kenge Leonard
6. Mulenda Frangois
18. Shutsha Pierre
7. [canley Haughlin 19.
Elembo Pierre
B. John W. Shungu 20. Lumbu Michel
9. Lukali Raphael
21. Osongo Antoine
10. Takoy Daniel
11. Joe
12. Hozel Reid
Com1te ka Nyafiganya Lukumu 1'01010 lu Wedja wlEyuyu - Board of Missions
1. Luhaka Jean
U.Takoi Daniel
2. Djati Daniel
l4.T'01enga Alphonse
3.. Elembu Pierre
IJ.Unyangunga Paul
1+ Ethel Homfeldt
16.Upeleli Daniel
Jo Lukala Alphonse
17.Wetsh'Ukunda Auguste
6.. Lokoto Paul
1B.Djulu Albert
7. Lomena Jean
19.Luhata Frangois
B. Losomba Frangois
20.Ukita Kanda Jean
9. E.H. Lovell
2l.Yona Radion
10. Lungunga Jean
22.Hbukahamba Silas
11. Ngoi Jean
23.Evangelyn Lewis
12. Pungu Albert
Comite ka MbUka Lusaka - Resolutions
1. Gladys Maw J. Wetsh'Ukunda Auguste
2. Kinyamba Armand 6. Uorma Hosking
3." Losomba Frangois 7. Mulenda Frangois
4- Ngoi Jean
Group IV
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Comite ka Nyanganya Lukumu 1'01010 - Board of Evangelism
1. Museu Emile
Udimba Paul
2. Ahuka Paul
Umana Andre R:
3... Dikitele Michel
IJ. Umeunga Joseph
'+ Dendi Jerome
16. Upelele Daniel
5. A.J. Reid
17. Usungo Pius
6. Lukanga Albert
lB. Wemba Kungu Armand
7. Lumbelelu Nicolas
19. Wayne Culp
8. Lunumbi Andre
2.0. Douglas Crovlder
9.' Lupanu .hugtistin
21. E.H. Lovell
10. Pierre
22. H.,T (I Maclin
11. Luhata Daniel
23.
Apamantu Jean
12. Tambwe Frangois
24. Lukangaka
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Goroite ka Tubukubuku - Literature & Publication
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1. Osamba Albert 12. Umandjela Auguste
2. Norma Hosking

Emambulu .Tean
Omeunga Alphonse 1 Dorothy Gilbert
Dorothy Davis 15. Muriel White
50 On'Udinga Frangois 16. Luhahi Emile
6. Edith Martin 17. Lorena Kelly
7. John W. Shungu 18. Om'Okoko Marcus
8. Omanguo Albert 19. W.S. Hughlett
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Jack Hosking 20. Wemba Kungu Armand
10. Ukunda Andre 21. Lodi Hichel
110 A. J. Reid
Gomite k'Okondo wa Conference - Historical Committee
1 .. Shaur.1ba Pierre 6. LULTumba Jer8me

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2. Dende Jer8me 7. Olelmnya Paul
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3.. Luhata Daniel 8. Shungu Joseph
40 Joe Maw 9. Eteti Davis
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5. Lukandju Jacoba
La Lolonga l'AlCenda ... on Youth Work
1 .. J.hahi Emile 9. Omalokoho Isaac
2. Kasongo Jerome 10 .Onena Joseph
3.. Admas 11. Paul Llexander
4. ,.;anl8y lVIaughlin 12. tJI,{it'Uharnbi Louis
5... Shu.ngQ Pierre 13. Larry Pleimann
6. Uturrrba Samuel 14. Uvungu Andre
7... Odimba Paul 15. Gladys Maw
8" Omeunga Joseph 16. Dorothy Culp
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COi.C'.A ka Cinema, Esatu ekina nau Radion - Audio Visual Committee
1. John Hughlett 5. Emundu Paul
2... Ukunda 6. Tunda Shungu Frangois
30. Paul Alexander 7 Dorothy Rees
H.T. Maclin 8 Koi Paul
9. Ukamba Enrrnanuel
Goroite k'Ulimu wa l'Atei.w'Ar:.1antu - Women" s Work,
10 Telesia Shaunba 13. Yohari Mamba
2. Elaine Crowder 14. Hozel Reid
3, Dorothy Davis 15'. Sally Pleinann
40 Dorothy Culp 16. Nor ene Robken
5. Violet Hughlett 17. Uwanga Adisa
60 Unya Har ie 18. Uyaka Veronique
7 Mildred Lovell 19. Ethel HOlafeldt
8. irginia Law 20. Mary Jane Hughlett
90 Ekoko Veronique 21. Carol Siksay
10. Uwanga Adisa 22. Ekoko Veronique
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Comite k'Ulimu we. l'atei vr'Apami
1. Gandemema Jean
2. Ahuka Paul
3. Akasa Alphonse
4. Dikite1e Michel
5. Stanley Maughlin
6. Dungu Albert
7.. Ulmmba Emanuel
8. Elembo Pierre
9.. Eluhu Joseph
10. Jack Reitz
Lukala Alphonse
12. Lukangaka Albert
13.. J a co ba
14. Douglas Cro"w"der
15. Andre
16. Luhata Daniel
170 Tambi'!e Frangois
18. T'Olenga Alphonse
19 T'Uleku Daniel
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Hen's Work
20. Udimba Lopema Moise
21. Umana Andre
22. Umumbu Andre
23. Unyumbi R'11ile
24. Lwnbu Michel
25. Joe Maw
26. Djulu Daniel
27. Umumbu Victor
28. Emundu Paul
29. T'Olela Jean
30. Sarah Reinecke
31. 0menya Andre
32. T'Oleka Daniel
33. TUl1da Shw.1.gu Frangois
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35. Wurnb i Armand
36. Umumbu Andre
37. U\vanga Kekumba
38. Wemb'Ulua Frangois
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LAY DELEGATES
Katako KQmbe
10 Katako Benoit
2. Umumbu Andre
3. Okita Kenge Leonard
4. Untu Hamuntu Athanase
5. Tambwe Franqois
6. ,='elesia ShaUlnba
7e Omalo::oho Victor
80 Uwanga Adisa
9. Tunda Shungu Franqois
10. Yemba Victor
11. Stanley Maughlin
12. Dorothy Rees
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Kindu
1. Ukunda Andre
2. Djamba Pierre
3." Hyombo Emile
4 Unya Marie
Mildred Lovell
North
1. Edith Vlartin
2. Ongendangenda Joseph
3.. Kukanya Jacob
4- Uvungu Andre
5. Wemb'Ulua Franqois
LQt:1-1a South
1. Moto Victor
Ong'anumbe Emile
3 Nguwu Pierre
4- Emundu Paul
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Keke Gabriel
Lomela
1. Ohano Cosmas
20 Okit'Ohambi Louis
3c Ukamba Emanuel
PARTICIPATING IN 1964
Minga
1. Losomba Franqois
2. Kasongo Albert
3. Ekoko Veronioue
4. Lupu.YJ.gu Paul
5. Lulingi Samuel
6. Lukangaka Albert
7. Umeongu Alphonse
8. Umumbu Victor
Tunda
1. Okita-Kanda Jean
2.. Apamatu Jean
3. Uminu Paul B.
4 .. LomEina Jean
5. Tunda Andre
6. T'Olela Jean
7. Hamba Yohari
8. Kataku Pierre
Wembo.Nyama
1. Ta Sumbu Albert
2. Osamba Albert
3. Koy Paul
4. Lumbu }'iichel
5. Kimbulu Paul
6. Omenya Andre
7. Wembi Michel
8. Larry Pleimann
9. Uyaka Veronique
10. Djulu Daniel
11. Luhahe Emile
12. Kashama Simon
13. Katshita Patrice
Sturday, July 18
8:30 AcM.
DAILYPBOOEEDINGS
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The Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration opened with a service in Lambuth Memorial
Church at Wembo Nyama. Guests and fraternal delegates were introduced.
9:50 A.M.
Tea was served to conference members, lay delegates, guests and fraternal
gates on the lawn in front of the William Hughlettts home.
3:00 P.M.
An historical dram
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depicting the past, present
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and future of the Methodist
ch in the Central Congo was presented on the athletic field.
5:00 P.M.
A tour of the places of historical inter6st on Wembo Nyama Station was conducted.
7:30 P.M.
A congregational hymn-sing was conducted after which guests and fraternal delega...
tes brought words of greeting and fellowship. Dr. Henry Sprinkle, Editor the World
Outlook presented the Church at Wembo Nyama with a plaque honoring the charter members.
He also presented Kibmulu Charles with a medallion honoring him as the first Congolese
ordained Minister of the Oentral Congo Annual Oonference.
Dr. Omar Hartzler representing the Southern Congo Annual Oonference. Rev. William
representing the Presbyterian lviission and Ohurch in the Congo, and Dr. Pierre
Shaumba, representing the Congo Protestant Council, all brought words of greeting.
Bishop Booth, in turn presented Dr. and Mrs. Sprinkle, Dr. Omar Hartzler, Rev.
\tilliam Washburn and the five other members of the Presbyterian delegation with miniatu
re Atetela talking drums as rememberances of this historic occasion.
Edith Martin announced that the entire Bible in Otetela, now in the hands of the
publisher, would be off the press before the annual conference meets in 1965.
Alex. Reid announced that his book Congo Drumbeat, to be published next month in
English, will be translated into Otetela Lmmediately. He also brought us recently recorw
dod greetings from Jack and Margaret Reitz, Lorena Kelly, and Ruth Lawrence.
Bishop Booth made some closing remarks after which the service was dismissed.
July 19
9:30 A ..M.
The morning worship service opened with choir singing IIJehowah is present
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after
1/aich the congregation led by Ongendangenda Joseph the conference Bong leader, sang
God of IIGrace and God of Luh!lhi Emile led the congregation in prayer after wh:ich
the congregation said the apostles I Creed in unison. The 'l'lorship service continued with
the presentation of tithes and offerings after which the host district superintendent,
amfOkoko made necessary announcements. Th'6 choir then sang"Let Him In." Bishop
Pishop Booth brought the of the morning basing his message on Ephesians 1.10. He
that the world must be one or destroy itself. After the choir sang 'Rock of
Ages" t Joe Davis pronounced the benediction.
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The service of Holy Oommunion opened with the congregation singing "Sun of My Soul"
after "Ihich Urn 10koko Marcus and four laymen led the congregation in prayer. The congre...
ge.tion then sang III Gave My Life for Thee
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after which a number of people testified to
\6 blessing of God in their lives. After the congregation sang "There Is Power In the
_lood
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, Bishop Booth led the congregation in the ritual of the Lord's Supper. He was.
a.ssisted by John vi. Shungu. UmlOkoko Marcus, Shaumba and A.J. Reid.
The evening wership service opened with the congregation singint "Love Game
at, Ohristmas ", after Which guseu Emile led in prayer. Aftel' Urn 'Okoko Marcua made neces..
sary announcements, the choir sang a special number. A.J. Reid brought the sermon of the
evening basing his message on John 14:12. In clOSing the congregation sang "Draw Me
l:earerl!. \Hlliam Hughlett led the prayer of dismissal.
8:50 P.M.
;J!! \ The Nominating Oommittee met until 10:00 P.M.
r:'-21daY2 July 20
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The Oommittee on Ooordinatinn and the Nominating Onmmittee mat until 12 noon.
Z:C) Por-t.
'l.'hecl"lmmitteee in Group VII (a) 'and the' Nom:in!'.ting cOIlll'nittee met untU, 0:00 P-M...
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The worship service opened with the congregation singing nClose t.
i"l:..ich Ngandemema Jean led in prayer after the choir sang. Dikitele Michel, the
pastor and Joe Davis made necessary announce:':!ents, Luhahi Emile brought the eermon.,
ri:' the e't[oning basing his 1!lessa;ge on Lul!:.:; 10:25-42.
7he choir sang a special number after which the congregation prayed the Lord IS
for" :tn.:un.ison.
':::10 committees in Group II met until 10:00 P.M.
Tl:e committee i:.1 Group II met until 10:00 A.M.
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':1::20 committees in Group III met until 12 noon.
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cot:J1:lit tees in Group III continued to ':'16et until ;:;0 P.M.
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3230 PeMo
The cO!!ll:llittees in Group VII (a) met until 4:30 P.M.
1: 330 PaMo
Ti.'le committees in Group IV (a) met until 5:)0 [P.M.
7 P .!v! 0
7:1e evening worship service op6ned with the congregation singing IIFor the Beauty 0:
'tl16 Earth" after which Dikitcle Michel led in prayer. the choir rendered a ape...
n 1 .... "",ho<>... ;1'\ I':nnp". Kashama Simon and his falllily s I.t'lg "Stand ing On the Promises of
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Joe Davis made necessary announcements then brought the message of the evening bas
ing his remarks on Matt.6:55. Kashama Simon and his family the service by
/I All Hail the Power 0 f J as u.s I N8.l:le
8:50 P.Mo
The committees in Group IV (b) met until 10:00 P.M.
Wednesday, July 22
As a prelude to the morning worship service, a string quartet rendered a special
The service opened with the congregation singing "Love Come Down at Christams"
after which Annimae v{hite led in prayer. /,fter the congregation sang "I know that my
Redeemer Lives n, Bishop Booth brought the message of the morning basing his remarks on
Ephesians 1:190
The bar of the conference was fixed as the first business session of the annual
conference opened. j,shema Pierre called the roll of the conference. The names of those
'\1ho passed away dul'ing the last year were called and the members of the conference stooe
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for a moment of silent prayer. The roll of missionaries was also called after which

Nick and Carol Siksay and Evelyn Lewis were presented to the conference.
The officers of the conference for the new quadrennium were elected as folr.ws:
Secretaries: Ashema Pierre and Joe Davis
Treasurer: John W. Shungu
Assistant Treasurers Museu Emile and Eluhu Joseph
program as printed was adopted with several changes. The program with the
approved changes is given belows

?:'leme: "One Witness In One World U
Friday" July 17, 1964
Arrival of delegates
July 18, 1964
C' _ -.. Anniversary Program
July 19. 1964
9:50-11.".00 a.m. vforship and Sermon Bishop Newell S. Bcoth
5:00- 4-:50 a.m. Holy communion
7:50- 8:50 a!!1. Sermon: A.J.Reid
8:50-10:00 a.m. Special committees
July 20, 1964
8: 00...12 :00 a.m. Group I
2:00- 5:;0 p.m. Group VII a
7 : 30- 8: 50 p.m.
Sermon: Emile Luhahi
8: 50-10: 00 p.m 0 Group II
Tuesday, July 21, 1964
8:00-10:00 a.m. Group II
10:00-12:00 a.m. Group III
2:00- 3:30 p.m. Group III
3:30- 4:30 p.m. Group VII (9.)
4:30- 5:30 p.m. Group IV (a)
7:30- 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Joe Davis
8:30-10:30 p.m. Group IV (b)
Wednesday, July 22, 1964
8:00- 8:::> a.m. Ser!'.lon: Bishop Newell S. Booth
8:40-10:00 a.!'.l. Business Session
10:00-10:15 a.m. Recess
10:15-10:30 a.m. Business Session
11: 30-12: 00 a .mu 'viol'S hip: Mrs. ShaUI!J.ba Theres e
2:00- 3:30 porno Group V (a)
3:30- 5:30 p.m. Group V (b)
7:30- 8:30 p.m. Sermon: Mr. Kashama Simon
8:30-10:30 p.m. Group II
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T;lUrsday, July 2;. 1964
8:40 a.oo Sermon: Bishop Newell S. Booth
8:40--10:00 Business Session
10:00-10;15 a.mo Recess
10:15-11:30 uomo Business Session
11:30-12:00 aGEl., Worship: Shaumba Pierre
2:00- 3:30 p.m. Group III
.3:30- 5:50 p.m. Group II
7:')0- 8:30 Semon: Lukali Raphael
poll!. Group VII
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2}+, 1964
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O;CO - 8:40 a.rno Sermon: Bishop Newell S. Booth
aeo .. Business Session
10:0J-10:15 a.mo Recess
l1:50 a.m$ Business Session
IJ_ ;5C-12:CCl a"m o Emile
2:00-- :;:)0 pem. Group IV (a)
3:50- 5:50 peOo Group IV (b)
7:30-. 8:30 porn. Sermon: Douglas Crowder
p.m. Group VII (8:)
cTuly 25, 1964
8:CO- 8:40 a.mo Sermon: Bishop Newell S. Booth
aom.. Business Session
a.mo Recess
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10:15"11:30 a em 0 Business Session
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Group I
2:C:)- p.m.
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': : ;:'0... : 0 p.,m., Sermon: Wayne A. Culp
8: ;::::_1 '): CO p.mo Group VII (it)
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Sunday, July 26, 1964
9:0Q...ll:00 a.m. Sermon and Ordination Service: Bishop Newell So. Booth
3:30-4:50 p.m. Memorial Service
7:50-10:00 II Reading of Appointments: Bishop Newell S. Booth
It was voted that the groups of committees be revised before next year. The number
of groups should be decreased and the sub-sections (a) and (b) should be If
a group is too large, the (b) section should be given a new number.
The Conference voted to accept the committees as set up by the nominating Commit
tee for the new quadrennium. The new committees will be posted with a notation indica
ting the rooms in which each Committee is to meet. Each comoittee was requested to give
a list of their officers to the conference secretaries 0
Disciplinary question nO 2 Was asked and answered. (See Disciplinary Questions)
Ilshema Pierre presented the Compos i te Report of the District Superintendents. It was
adopted as read and the parts of it concerned with the work of the various
was referred to those committees. See report nO. 1.
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The Conference adjourned for recess.
10:45 a.m.
The businoss session reconvened with the Oonference delegates and members singing
"Lead On 0 King Eternal" after which the Conference cast a secret ballot for statisti
cian for the new quadrennium.
John W. Shungu. the Conference treasurer, presented the annual report for 1965-64.
After some questions were asked and answered, some items were referred to the Finance
ComTIittee and the report was adopted; See report nO. 2.
Bishop Booth announced that the election of the CO!llJnittee on Ooordination for the
ne"; quadrennium would start tom.orrow. He explained the composition of the Committee and
asked the Nominating Committee to present names before the Conference session tomorrow
morning.
I.shena Pierre gave the report on the balloting for statistician, Luhahi fuile was
elected. Joe Davis and John W. Shungu made necessary annou:1ce:::,mt.s after "Thich the
business session adjourned.
11:30 A.M.
The noon worship opened with the congregation singing UBlest Be the Tie" after
",hich Telesia Shaumba led in prayer. She alst' brought the message basing her remarks on
Galations 5:28. She gave a report on her recent trip to the United States, stressing the
repeated demonstration that she observed of IIYe are all one in Christ Jesus'J She closed
tbe service ...lith prayer.
2:00 P.M.
The is Group V met until 5:30 p.m.
7:;0 P.M.
The evening worship service began with the congregation singing IISunshine In My
Soul" after which Andre Lumumba led in prayer. After the choir sang a special number
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Joe Davis made announcements concerning the Committees which wO'J.ld meet after the service
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A trio then brought q speciql number in song after itlhich Kashama
Simon brought the of the evening, Lasing his remarks on John 1:1
5 and JaM 8:12" He and his family the sang "The Light Of the World Is
Jesus" after which Djamba Pierre closed the service vlith prayer.
8:30 p.m.
The committees in Group II met 10:00 p.m.
Thursday, July 23
8:00 A.M.
The morning vwrship service opened vlith the congregation singing "I
know that My Redeeemer Livesl! and "My Anchor Holds" after which Pierre
Shaumba led in prayer. Bishop Booth brought the message of the morning,
basing his remarks on Ephesians 2: 14. Jolm 'vI q Shur1gu? his interpreter
closed the message with prayer. The congl'egation sang "Su....'1shLYJ.g In My
Soul" in closing.
8:45 a.m.
The business session opened i'Ti th the balloting for the clerical me
\ mbers of the Committee on Coordination. The Nominating Committee pre
sented t'>lelve names and four others were added fr'':::J. the floor. Six vIere
t;) be elected.
Bishop Booth named Andre, Barbara and Kasongo Jerome
c:J tellers. The ballot was cast.
The Nominating Committee then presented the names of t,.,elves laymen
from which six "7ere to be elected v Four other names were added from the
flooro
Bishop Booth named On'Udinga Franc;ois, 1'!ayne Culp, and Lumbu Michel
as tellers. The ballot was casto
The :nominating Committee presented the names of t't'lelve laymen from
\,:hich six were to be elected" Th::.'ee names ivere Ctr1ded from the floor.
Bishop Booth named Djadi Daniel, Anni:nae 'iol[hite, and Edja Narie as
The ballot was cast.
Shaumba Pierre our clerical deL.=;gate to Generc,tl Conference gave a
report on that conference.
The session adjcurned for recess at 10:20 A.. M.
10:1..1-0 AoM.
The busj,ness sess ion reconvened '\Iii th the conference singing "Come
Thou Fount!t after which the tellers of the clerical and laywomen's ballo
re:oorted. Shaumba Fierre, Joe Davis, and Ashema Pierre were elected as
ministerial members in that order. ':2elesia Ekoko Veronique, and
Yewa Luhahi vlere elected as laywomen members in that order 0
The second ballot was cast for ministerial members after which the
second ballot for the elect:J.on of the members was cast.
Osamba Albert, our lay deleg2cte to General Conference presented his
part of tILe report on that conference. 'I'he reports of ShamJlba Pierre and
Q.sam"Qa Albert. weretilcs::eJ2tedcwi th t-:'hSJ,nlcs. ABishoPCBooth explained!, that
I"neL,'I:10 memorla.ls nal" vue entra_ Gongo rrnueJ. onf'erenc'tJ sent '(.0 tne
recent General Conference, received a favorable response.
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The tellers of the laymens ballot reported that Luhahi Emile, Kashama
Simon, Djamba Pierre, Ukunda Andre, and Emundu Paul were elected in that
order as lay members of the Committee on Coordination.
After necessary announcements were made the business session adjour
nedQ
11:50 a.m.
The noon worship service opened "dth the conference singing "Stand
Up, Stand Up For Jesus" after which Edith Martin led in prayer. Shaumba
Pierre brought the message basing his remarks on Joshua 1:9 after which
he closed the service with prayer.
2:00 pem.
The in Group III met until 3:30 p.m.
3:30 porn ..
The committees in Group II met until 5:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
The evening worship service opened with the congregation singing,
" IIThis Is My Father's World", after which Dende JerClme led in prayer. After
the choir brought a special number in song, Joe Davis made announcements
concerning the meeting places of the committees "\'Thich met after the even...
ing serviceo After Kashama Simon and his family brought a special number
in song, Lukali Raphael brought the message of the evening basing his
re:'larks on 1v1a tt 1: 23. In closing, the congregation song liThe Solid Rock"
and Dikitele Michel led in prayer.
8:15 p,n.
The in Group VII met until 10:00 p.m.
o! ay, July 24-, 1964
8::00 C.m.
'I'he morning worship service opened with the congregation singing
IilL"':.:' He after which Hulenda Frangois led in prayer. Bishop
B:::oth brought the message of the morning basing his remarks on Ephosians
.. The service closed with the congregation singing" To the Worl:."
a.m.
The business session opened with a report of the tellers on the se
cond ballot for ministerial members of the Committee on Coordination.
?here was no election.
There was also a report from the tellers of the second ballot for
lay"\{omen members. Edith Martin "laS elected as the fourth member.
Bishop Booth announced that OLIT C.P.C. delegates for the new qua
drebbium should be elected. The conference asked the Nominating Commit
tee to present names for election.
The conference voted that the IiIominating Committee be composed of
sixte'::l members and that the district superintendents bring four names
from each district from l..fhich blO from each of the eight districts will
be elected.
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Wayne Culp and Ongendangenda Joseph were elected assistant secre
taries of the Annual Conference.
Luhaka Jean and Larry Pleimann were elected assistant statisticians
See Disciplinary question N 1.
Ashema Pierre presented the report of the annual meeting of the Cong
Protestant Council at Elisabethville in February, 1964 after which Shaumb
Pierre, Secretary General of the C.P.Co, gave a general report on the
work of the C.P.C.
The conference voted that copies of the prcposed new constitution of
be to each district administrative cOlli1cil. The administra
tive councils will then send their reports on this document to the Commit
tee on Coordination before its meeting in January, 1964. In this way the
committee on Coordination will make a decision on the proposed
tion before the next meeting of the C.P.C. in February, 1965.
Huseu Emile presented a report on the consultative constitutional
Assembly vrhich met in January, 1964.
Barbara Norris gave a report on the new pedagogical regents school
which will be opened at Katubue in September, She and Bishop Booth
spoke of entrance requirements and the type of school it will be.
Bishop Booth spoke on the unity of the church which mentioned sc
aften in the reports from General Conference and the Congo Protestant
Council. He urged the conference to give their thoughts to the delegates
who will be attending Central Conference at Katubue next month. He asked,
"Do we llJant organic union with other denominations or co we want a fede
ration of churches and still remain a Dart of the Central and General Cor
ference, or do "ItTe ",rant an autonomous Methodist Church witoin the country
in whiCh 'l/ie find ourselves? The business session adjourned at 10:00 a.m.
10:25 A.M.
The business session reconvened with the conference singing "where
He Leads Me I Will Follow", after which another was cast for the
clerical members of the Committee on Coordination.
John W" Shungu presented a report on the Bible Societies Conference
held in Nairobi in Novembre, 1963 after which Edith l'Lartin announced aga:
that we vlOuld have the entire Bible in Otetela by next year.
Djamba Pierre presented the report of the Board of Christian Educa
tion. Bishop Booth suggested that this report be sent to every Sunday
School superintendant thrc1;8hout the conference. also announced that
Dr. Gorald Harvey would visit the Congo this year and that the Board of
Christian Education should present suggestions as to how his ti,e should
be used while here. After some discussion, the report was adopted. See
report nO .4.
The tellers of the ballot for clerical members of the Committee on
Coordination reported that A.J. Reid was elected as the fourth member.
Another ballot was cast for the two remaining clerical members.
Lulengo Samuel presented the report of the Board of Christian Education.
Bishop Booth suggested that this report be sent to every Sunday School
superintendant throught the conference. He also announced that Dr. Geralc
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Harvey would visit the Congo this year and that the Board of Christian
Educatipn should present suggestions as to how his time should be used
while here. After some discussion, the report was adopted. See report
nO. 4.
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Lulengo Samuel presented the report of the Medical Committee. The
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report was adopted. See report nO 5.
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Kasongo Jer8me presented a report from the Congo-wide Protestant
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Youth Conference which was held at Luluabourg in August, 1963. The report
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was accepted.
After necessary announcements were made, the report on the balloting
for the clerical members of the Committee on Coordination was given.
Museu Emile was the fifth member elected. The business session adjourned.
11:45 a.m.
The noon worship opened with the conference singing "Rescue The
Perishing" after which Museu Emile read the scripture verse on which he
based his message- John 4:34. After Lupanu Auguste led in prayer,
brought the message. E.H. Lovell closed the service with prayer.
p.m.
The Committees in Group IV (a) met until 3:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m.
The committees in Group IV (b) met lli1til 5:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
The evening worship opened with the congregation singing "Let Him 11
after which Omeunga Joseph led in prayer. The congregation then sang,"
Come, Thou Almighty King" after which Joe Davis made announcements conce:
ning the meeting places of the committees scheduled to meet after the
service. Douglas Crowder brought the message of the evening basing his
remarks on John 15:5. John W. Shungu, his interpreter, closed the messag
with pl'ayer, after which the congregation sang, "Nothing But the Blood of"
Jesus" After prayer at the altar, the service was dismissed.
8:15 p m.
The committees in Group V met illltil 10:00 p_m.
Saturd s::z, July 25
8:00 a m.
Tlt>9 morning worship service opened with the Conference singing
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MOl.!'ning Light Is Breaking" after which Wetshi'Ukunda Auguste led in pra
yer :B ishop Booth br'ought the message of the morning basing his remark::
on 5:25-27 and 6:14-17. In closing the worship service, a tric
song liMy Faith Look Up To Thce'J
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8:40 A.M.
The business session opened, as another ballot for the laymen member:
of the Conuni ttee on Coordination was cast. Since \vayne Culps duties as as'
sistant secretary made it necessary for him to remain in the Dusiness ses
sion Bishop Booth asked Larry Pleimann to replace Wayne Culp as a teller.
Osamba Albert presented the report of the Day School Section of the
Board of Education. After several questions the report was adopted. See
report nO 6. .
The tellers reported the results of the last ballot for laymen
members of the Committee on Coordination. Burleigh Law "\AlaS elected as
the sixth member.
The conference agreed the six lay men with the largest number
of votes on the next ballot would be the laymen alternates. The ballot
was cast with each conference members and delegate voting for six laymen.
Another ballot was cast for the two laYVlOmen members of the Committe
on Coordination which are still needed.
Dimandja Noise presented the report of the Medical COl'nmittee. After
questions and the report was adopted. See report n.7.
Another ballot for the sixth clerical member of the Committee of
Coordination ItlaS cast.
Upelili Daniel presented the report of the Conference Board of Mis
sionso After some discussion, the report was adopted. See report no.8.
The tellers reported that Gladys Iviaw \1aS the fifth laY1"oDan member
elected to tlle Cmmni ttee on Coordination.. Another ballot was cast for the
sixth layvloman member.
Wetshi Victor presented Ar.nimae W':r1i te with a book filled with letter.:
of gratitude for her work during the last thirty four years in the church
among the Atetela. She responded by giving God thanks for the opportunity
of serving the Lord during the last thirty-four years in the Congo.
The tellers reported that Uma Djela Auguste and Wetshi Victor recei
ved the largest number of' votes on the last ballot for the sixth clerical
member of the on C0orclinCl.tion. ffhe conference agreed to vote
for only one of the tviO men on arwther ballot. The ballot \1aS cast after
vrhich lvere e. The business session adjourned for recess-
at 10:20 3.ot1' ...
10:40 a.m.
The session rec -vlith the conference singing "Come To Jesus,
COEle To Jesus'! after 1tThich the tellers renort that vletshi Victor and
Dma Djela Auguste 11.ad receivec1. exactly 52- votes apiece so ballot
had to be cast for the sixth clerical nember of the on Coordi
nations.
The tellers re-oorted that six l.'1V1:18n alternate to the cOEmlittee
on Coordination elected in the o:cder' of priority which follows.
Umumbu Victor, Hughlett, Usamba Albert, Ongel1dangenda Joseph, Koi
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Ekoko On'Uc,inga present the report of the Social Evangelistic
Cmmnittee. The report vras adopted. See report nO. 9.
Ekoko also
vlark. The confere;:1ce
ented the report of the Committee for Girlt
report. See report nO.10.
Ekoko On'Udinga prese:lted aD:ther - the report of the s
School Com.mittee. The re'Qort l'1aS ado-oted. See re1)ort n.ll.
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She then esented the rel)Ort of 1iJo;,aen's Work Co.tnn1ittee. The
conference adopted the report. See report nO.12.
Ekoko On'Udinga then made a. '2sentation to Nrs. Booth vlith the
request that Bishop Booth take vlOrds and gift of the v/Omen in the
Central Congo A.1'll1u.al COl'"lference to l"'Irs. 300th.
Asnema PieT're then a lJresentatiol1 to Bishop Booth himself, prai
sing hL'1l for his leadership the st t1,'lenty years.
Bishop Booth respoJ.1c.led. by essing his gratitude for the privilege
of being al110ng lIS during these st t"Vler:.ty years. He said tha.t }irs ,Booth
and he would never forget the vlOrcls of the heart just expressed by Ekoko
O".o.'Udinga and Pierre Ashema. He said that ..-re vlOuld all-lays be in their
prayers.
'The tellers relJorted tm.t ltretshi Victor Has elected as the sixth
clerical member of the CmDluittee 0.:1 Coordi;:tation. lima Djela Auguste would
be the first clerical alterJ:late .. A ballot lieS then cast for the five
remai:1ing clerical 8.1ternates. The five having the largest number of
votes will be alternates" I'he ballot ..'laS cast.
The tellers re,)orted Hildrecl Lovell ..vas elected as the sixth
laywoman member of the Committee on Coordination and Hllz Reid was
elected as the first alterD.ate these tvlO had the largest rrw:nber of votes
aIlcL the conference voted that an absolute majority vIas not necessary_
Another ballot Vlas cc;,st for the remaininG laY'lilomen alternates.
The five 1,'lomen having the largest n1.illlber of votes lvill be the alternates
Luhaka Jean 'oronosed that the annual confGrence send l'lOrd to the Contral
Conference as to vrhom annual conference would like to see elected
bishop. Bishop Booth Gxplained annual conferoilce do not nominate
bishops.
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ship
sion
Bishop Booth Cll1:;'1oUllced that GonlITli t on Coordination, together
i t1 s n81v ers 'vlOuld T{l2et at 1:30 p.m. and tllat evening l'/Or
service Ilould be at 7:00 pom. There 1Vould be another business ses
of the annual COllfcrc).1cE: Get 7g3C D m
The session
11: 50 a.m.
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The lloon vlOr shi\l o'':kned
shiI?-f:?:I!, aft?r Dio'7g0 Albe:rt
of "Gne mornlng las rcnar.\:;:s
service with ,raycr.
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conference sing "Rescue the Per
led in prayer.. brought the t1essage
on. 10:45-Jo11n 1:1. S111lngu closed tl:
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1:30 p.m.
The Cornmi ttee on Coordin2. tion until 5:50 p.m.
p.m.
The evening vJOrship sGrvice opened wi-h the congregation singing
"Jesus sball Reign" after ldhich ShlUlgu Joseph led the congrGgation in pra
yer. Joe Davis armo1)l1ced t a business session of the annual conferen
ce ',muld be 11eld ili"lnedia t follmvil1.g the evening service" VJayne Culp
brought the nessage of tbe evel1ing ing remarks on Jo1m 17:21.
Dikitele Michel clos the s ce with prayer.
7:50 p.m.
business sessien opened ''lith the nominating Ccrrunittee presentinE'
a list of six names from I'lhich three C. p. C. counc iller s were to be elec..
ted. TvlO more names l:lere add to list from floor. A ballot was
cast. Emile presented the report of Youth C ommi ttee. 'rhe
report \1aS adopted. See report nO.13.
The IJominc"ting Cornmi ee a list of names from which tvlO
people from district 'ilere to elect to frominating Cormnittee.
for the comin!? Quadrennium. A ballot was cast. Museu Emile presented
the report of- Finance Committee. 'rho committee asked that a layman
be eet as ass tant erence treas1..TI'er, who would have the specific
responsibility of caring the district superintend ' fund. The
conference elected
The report of the Finance COl"mittee \'ias adopt See report nO.lY-.
The tellers reDorted that the five other clerical alternate members
the Comrnittee '\'Jere 'Okoko Harcus, Omeunga Joseph,
Umanguo Albert, E.IL Lovell and Joe Maw, in that order.
The layvlOmen alter112,tes nwnbers 2 thl'ough 7 are Lorena. Kelly, Uyaka
Veronique, Dorothy Davis,]yaundu ine, Ethel Homfeldt, and Mbu Museu.
The tellers report that Lunahi Enile, Lorena Kelly, and Tu.lJ.da
Andre iiTere elect as cOUlicillors of COl'1g0 Protesta.:.1.t CotlIlcil for
the nevI quadrennium. Alternate C01J,i:lC illors \1Tere elect in the follow
ing order: Emulldu ,i1vrayne Cull), 11us eu Emile and shi Victor.
Cdimba Paul pres ed report of the Board of Evangelism. After
the report i;[as
ed, it adopted. See amended report nO.15.
st n.8. 11 were a and anSlller

See Dis-
The conference voteCi. to a Jolm w. Shl.L1J.!!U to be OlIT fraternal dele-
e to Soutb::::rn Conso Annual COl1ference meets v18. He
idll be f,uest ealcer at t.te Southern Congo Alulual Conference.
Disciplinary Questions Nos. - 2Y- l'lere asked and answered.
Shungu JOSG1')h -presented the r the Historical Committee.
The was adopted. See repor
cipl
stions.
Ta Smnbu Albert 1')resented the renort 0: the Literature Cor.'lI!1i ttee.

After the report '.'las amerlded , it was adopted. See report n 17.
Ta Sumbu Albert also nresented renort of the Language
The report was adopted. See report n.
Okit'Okenge Raphael present the report of the Agriculture Committ
It was adopted as read. See I'eport nO. 19.
Lupungu Paul presentc:G. the report of the Hus Committee. It vJaS
adopted as read. See report n. 20.
elili Daniel present of the thodist Mens Conmlittee
It was adopted as' read. See report nO 21.
Joe Davis prese:n.ted thE? :;:eport of Transport Cormnittc:'H3. vms
adopted. See report n. 22.
The report of the Andio-Visual Aid Co:n..lni ttee was read by Stanley
Maughlin. It viaS adopted as road. See report n 23. Umu.mbu Andre presen
ted the report of the Boaro. of Lay activi ties. It was adopt as read.
HOltrever, item n.l I'JaS referred to the Finance COmYnittee'" See report nO
24.
The report of the conference lay leader, as asked for discipli
nary question nO. 6 (b) ,.;as road b:T Umumbu iL.l1dre for Umml1bu Victor. It
\vas accepted as read. See report nO" 25.
Umumbu Victor I.,ras reclected conference lay leader. See disciplinar
question nO. 6(a).
Disciplinary stions n 6(c), 3 were asl:::ed and ansi.IJGt'ed.
The tellers rO'Jorted the Of' tl10se ct to the ilTomil1.ating
Commi ttee See Oonference Boards ..and .. Burleigh Lcl'w W..::S elected chair
ncn of the Nominating OoIIlrl:i. ttee;' ....
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Discinlinary Question 11. 32 vlaS referred to district superinter
dents . They vlill a recol'!l.aond2.tion to the COTIl.lllittee on COGrdination
vrhich meets in January, 1965.
Bishop Booth lTI2:de aIllolUlcem'3,1ts conceraing tomorroir's' program aftE
\'vhich liJiliiam Hughlett brought gr3etings fron: Dr. E.Clayton Calhoun,Pre!:
dent or Paine College. Joe Davis brought greetings from jvlargarita.
neice of Bishop vial ter LaInbuth, and Bishop Booth broug ht gree
mgs frdm s e. A.J. Reid closed th3 bus ss se:')sion vlith prayer a
11:00 p.m.
:qpc:lay, Jul.Y 2..9.
8:00 a.IIi.
The Bishop's Cabi:lot met until 9:00 a.m.
9:15 a.m.
The morning 'vrorshil:) service opened. vrith the congregation singing,
"There Is Power tJie :81000.
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after vThich Lupanu Auguste led in )rayer.
Th? choir brought a special number son;; after lihich .the congregation
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sald the apqstles'. creed in lmj.son. After the tithes and offo1 ings vwre
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were presented, the choir brought another special nurl1ber in song.
On'Udinga Frangois, Secretary of the Cownittee on Conference Rela
tions, presented tho men to be adri1i tted on trial into the conference
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Bishop Booth then asked them the traditional questions from the Discipli
ne, after vThich they k.J.1elt at the altar and Bishop Booth led in pr2,yer.
He then admitted them on trial into the conference. See disciplinary ques
tion nO .12.
On'Udinga Frangois then presented those to be received into full con
nection in the conference, after which Bishop Booth asked them the tradi
tional questions from the Discipline. They then knelt at the altar and
Bishop Booth led in prayer. then ad;:,itted them into full cOlmection.
See disciplinary question nO.15.
The conference voted that the secretaries of the annual conference
be the editors of the conference journal "md that it be the official jour
nal of the conference. The conference also voted that vThen all business
is completed, the conference adjourn.
Luhaka Jean, the conference statistician presented his arillual report.
See disciplinary question nO. 26. After several co:r.1ments by Bishop Booth,
the report was adopted. He pointed out several obvious errors and asked
that those responsible make necessary changes before the r'2port is publi
shed in the jODInal. See report nO. 3.
The congregation rose and sang "'::'he Conquest" after vlhich Bishop
Booth brought the sermon of the morning basing his fnessage on Ephesiens
4:1-7; 11-13. He closed his messaGe with :prayer after vhich the congre
gation sang "The vJay Of The Cross!!
On'Udtnga Frangois presented Hyombo Emile,. Koi Hyango and
Oki tana Poly-carp to be ord<:dned deacons. shop Booth led the ordination
service after ,,{hich he Dres ented vli th their certificates of orc1im .. ',
tion.
On'Udinga then presented Shango Pierre to be ordained elder
Bishop Bcoth tog.ether 1:J'i th District Superintendents Um.1 Okoko Harcus, Pierre
Ashemal and On' Uc1inget Frangois led the ordina, tion service. Bishop Booth
presenlJed the certificats of to Shango Pierre.
Bishop Booth asked the congregation to join in silent prayer,after
1rhich be asked all those 1.Jho he had ordained during the past ten years to
sign his Bible at the close of the service. ( they nad not yet signed).
Other aDl'lOll11Cements were also 8 after which Jo1m 1;1. Shu11gU pronoun.ced
the benediction,.
1:30 p .. m. , .
The Committee on CoorCiiY.lation r.:et 1_mtil p.m.
3:20 p.m.
The memorial service or '\<lith the conGregation sing, "I Know
That my Redeemer Livesg o.fter vrhich A.J. Reid lod in prayer.
He then eulogized the late jolo lIaise after which Violet Hughle
and Uny-a Wetshi eulogized the late Ruth Davis.
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William Hughlett said "vords of gratitude in Llemory of the 1&te Dora
Jane Armstrong.
Pierre Ashema SUIJ,med up the "lOrds of those who spoke before him. His
closing remarks vlere be.sed on I Corinthial'lS 15:20-22.
The evening service opened vTith the congregation singing "Jesus Sa..
ves
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, after uhich Lodi Michel led in Then the congregation sang
"There Is PO-Vler In The Blood
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and Ngoi Jean presented the report of the
Resolutions COl1LlTIi ttee. The report 1-vas vri th thanks. See report
nO. 26.
Bishop Booth brought the message of the evening his remarks on
Ephesians 3:14-21. In closing his mess 0, he asked the congregation to
pray in silence after which he read the for the coming year.
The congregation sang "Son Of Hy Soul", the midst of the reading of
the appointments. l
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hen Bishop Booth read the r est of the appointments.
After ann01.ll1Cements vTere model Jolm 1:1. Shu..l1gu dismissed the service ,,'lith
prayer and the conference of 964 was adjourned.
R.art I. Or,g,anjzati.Qll and IntrQductor.x R.ejJor.t.:
1. Wno are the Officers of the conference?
President: Newell S. Booth
Secretaries: Ashema Pierre, Joe Davis
Assistant Secretaries: Cngendangenda Joseph, lIJayne Culp
Statisticia..l1: Lu11a111 Emile
Assistant Statistician: Luhaka Jean
Treasurer:: Jor.J1 vJesley Shungu
Assistant Treasurers: Museu ile, Enn.:mdu Paul
2. Is the conference incorporated?
Yes. It is incorporated vlith IIpersonalite civile" and the
Representant Legal is Rev. Wesley Shm'lgu. The suppleants
are Hetshi Victor, Joe Davis, W.S. Hughlett.
3. Is an auditor a,')1)ointed for the treasurer's Books? Yes, Huseu
Emile. -
4. 1rlhat is the rpport of the program
See Daily Proceedings
5. are members of the boards and COlTlYli ttees?
See Conference Boards ,,::.nd
6. (a) is elected conference lay leader? Victor
(b) tvnat is his report? See report no.
(c) vmo are confirI;lCd r.S distr1,ct loy
Katako Kombe _ To be elected
Kindu - Ukunda Andre
Lodja North - Uvu.ngu Andre
Lodja South - Elu.ki Daniel
Lomela - Kinyamba Pierre
Minga - LUPlli'LgU Paul
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Tunda - To be elected
Wer:1bo Eya ... Djulu Daniel
7. What is the report of the strict superintendents as to the
status of lifork in their districts and suggestions for the
futu:r'e? See Composite Report of tr t Superintendents
.par_"t II. Pertaining to Ministerial
8. Having made enQuiries as to the life and character of the
ministerial menlbers of the Conference, does the Board on the
Hinistry recommend the their lives are such that they be 'con
tinued in the tive ministry? Yes.
9. 'Who are acceyted supply pastor jate Pierre, Diandja Pier
re, Adidiema Paul, OnD. KenGt10 Isaka, Usu..11.go Pius, Djadi Andja
Albert, U1:ja:l.dji :idjate Albert, Djok'Embo AlbertI Hatete Andre,
en' Nicolas, Etsl:ima Alphonse, Tafurnba Dfu'Lie , Lotokola
Joseph.
a. - accepted. supply pastors have beGn retired?
1. This year? Utatu Pierre.
2. _, eviolls years? Hoise" Jean-?: Abulu...'ki
Jerome, Lundula Danlel, Tusumba PhlllPpe lanndu
Lus1llia Joseph, Djovu Paul, Dikul u Thomas,
Ya.nga lhchel.
10. V[nat accepted tors n8\{ under full-time appointments
are taking the conference course of study?
a) 1. - Ts.fUJfJ.oa Dani,O)l, Lotokola 8e:,:,h, Natete Andre, Etshima
Alphonse.
2.- Orna Djela Samuel.
3.- jck'Embo Albert.
4.- jati Pierre, Diandja Pierre, Djadi!Andja Albert,
01 , On'Dye. Jicolas U1'Jandji Jdjate Albert.
b) 1.- :None, 20 0 Pius, 3. I'Ione, 4. Ona Kenemo Isaka.
11. ar e r take the course for reception on trial?
a.- Ekanga , a Jean, Hyango Pius, Loperna Pierre,
Al
l [c l' .... t c:. <r'.:'},"'r' "112 ,.,-,ba AIY'110ns e
LUlnbi L3.r:Ibort, \..,,;:0 C , 1 \.A.I1.. i-!. ...:J_ 1.....'
Ckoka ston, Andr e, Tusu..1.ru Armand, On' Dr:1b?
David, Radio.
b.- 'I'hesG will go to the school of Theology.... Hgongo Louis,
sha.ma Jean, Okoko Rechard, Ra;-rnol1d, Lokonga

c.- Those condliluing the School of Theology:: LuJcali Honore
tshi :emile
12.Who are received on trial? Ekanga Booker, Ekanga Jean,HyanfP
Pius LOPGlUba Pierre, Lambert, Naluanyi Auguste,
Hbulc JAhc'1.I:lba Silas, Okoka ton, Shomba .mdre, TuSuku Armand,
On' David, Yena io.
13.1AJho remain on i2.1?
a)
stuc1 s of first year?
I 21;
1.- Ekanga Booker, Ekanga Jean, Hyango Pius, Lopemba Pierre,
LUJl1be Lambert, Maluanyi Auguste, Hbukahamba
Gaston, Shomba B. Andre, T'Usuku Armand, On'Umba Dav1d,
Yona Radio.
2.- None.
b)In the studies of the second year?
1.- Daniel, Takanda Jean, Apamatu Jean
t
Unyumbi Emile.
2.- Lukanga Albert, Hgoi Jean, Luhata Fran<;o1s.
c)In the studies of the third year?
1 .... None
2.- Stevenson J. R.
d)In the studies of the fourth year?
1.- None
2.- None
14. Who on trial are discontinued? Yemba Paul
15. Who are admitted into full connection? Hyombo Emile, Koi Hyango
,Armand, Okitana Polycarp.

16. What full members are in studies?
a) Of the third year?
1.- Hyombo Emile, Koi Hyango Armand, Ukitana Polycarp.
2.- Lukali Raphael, Lungi Paul
b) Or the fourth year?
1 .... Udimba Paul, Dikitele Hichel, Oleka Pierre, Osongo Antoine.
2.- None.
17. What fUll members have completed th8 studies of the fourth year?
Takoi Daniel, Shango Pierre.
18. Who have been elected and ordained deacons?
a.- Local Deacon: None
. b .... Deacon: Hyombo Emile, Koi Hyango Armand, Okitana Polycarp.
19. Who have been elected and ordained elders?
a.'" Local Elder: rifone
b.- Elder: Shango Pierre
20. Who have had their conference membership terminated?
a.- By voluntary Location: None.
b. - By involuntary Location: Heme
d.- By judicial procedure: Ahuka Paul.
21.; What ministerial members have died during the year? Ngandjolo Hoise.
22. What ministers have been retired?
a.- This year? Shungu Joseph, Lukandju Jakoba.
b.- In previous years? Kimbulu Charles
7
Lumumba Jer8me, Lupanu Aug.
Lunumbi Andre, Wetshi'Ukunda Auguste, Lumbelelu Nicolas, Unya
ngtlIlga Paul ..
23 Who are vlithout appointment to attend school? Lungi Paul.
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24.-What other Dersohal notations should be made?
a. Lukala' Alphonse and Koi Gabriel have retired for health reasons.
b. DjlUU Albert has been relllstated in to membership.
c. Onema Joseph has been ordaineo. an elder in the States.
d. Upeleli Daniel did not "Jork as a pastor during 1963-1964; He
has nm.., returned to tho activo ."1inis try.
e. Lilltali Honore and Wetshi Emile have been received on trial into
the conference. They will do supply vlOrk in the Southern Congo
Conference during the SUI1Der vac2.tion lilhere they 1dll also be
ordained deacon.
f. Shtmgu Joseph ['1.<"1.S been reinstated into conference membership thi
year and then retired.
Part III. General Business:
25. What are the reports of the boards and cOT!1Jni ttees and secretaries of
the Conference? See Reports of the Boards and Comrnittees.
26. w'hat is the rel)Ort of the Conference statistician? See report nO.2.
27. What is the report of the Conference treasurer? See report N.3.
28. What is the report of the auditing cornrn.ittee? The bool,:s have not
been audited.
29. vJhat is the schedule for Irdnimum SUT)Dort for pastors and teachers?
The Corml1i ttee on Coordi1l2" tion is the 32.1ary co
r
;1:ndttee.
30. What apportioD!ilGnts of Conf8rence
. Committee? See report nO. 12.
31. What are the objectives of the for trw coming year? See
reports of the BO::1rds and CO;EL:titt8os ..
32. Where shall tho next session of thu COEforcnce be held? The place iE
to be fixed at the next session of the Co:::r:1ittee on Coordination upc
the recoTI1;;:endation of tho District Su}:;erin.tendents_
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COMPOSITE REPORT OF DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS
1963 ... 1964
Jesus said, liThe gates of shall not prevail against it'J .f.'Iatt.
16:18. We thank God for his marvelous pm-jer. This year we had trouble
which caused us to marvel. Since politics were new, people were greatly
upset in their thinking. sus himself helped us carry his work
forward. The leaders of the church prayed and worked hard. They went
among the people and held revivals. We saw that the hand of God was among
us. Nany villages sent \-lOrd to us to come preach the Gospel of Jesus
Christ, ,the one who d for us and '''ho saves us We had revivals on
our stations and in the out villages. People surrendered their hearts
and their possessions to the Lord. We also had revivals in our schools.
Pastors and teachers help pupils to accept the Lord Jesus.
Where there was hatred and resentment, love entered in; people stood
up and pled with us to give them pastors, teachers, and nurses. These days
many people "rant their children to enter school; many people are having
trouble because they do not have medicine and Christians do not want to go
to doctors that deceive them '.lith false medicine.
This year, Christians contributed rice, coffee, peanuts
r
and money to
pay the salaries of pastors. Truly, these are difficu t days in the
Congo, but God's Work going forvrard. This year 'ilre received more begin.
ners, preparatory members, and full members into the church than in other
years. We believe thc"t " Christ is Lord'J Our teachers and nurses con
tributed their offer s joyfully to the church.
This work vlaS done because of the 8.110neSS of thE.; i.vorkers. sionaries
and Africans 'lIlOrlmd hard. 1Viissionaries did not 'want to just stay on the
station - they ....lent the people in the out-villages to tell them the
words of the Lord
SUNDALSCHOOI&=
Sundays Schools are improving in many places because teachers are
working together with stors. But in some places, this work not im
proving much. We institutes in each district so that people may be
taught how to improve this work. In some places the people did not recei
ve Sunday School lessons. We need pictures to show children in Sunday
School so that they will better how were
W01.lJS:
Women's work has gro....m and spread in all of our tr ts. Women are
ivorking hard - they hold meetings in villages and they !lave ir confer
ences. They contributed marvelous gifts and they performed works of mer
cy to help poor people who vIere sick or hungry. They the Gospel in
their villages.

The Methodist Youth Fellowship is a youth organizat which young
people study how to become like Jesus in their deGds, their works, their
faith, to show respect toward God and people.
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The first reason that we have IvfiF's is to help young people to ser
V8 God and others, while they are still ;;loung. Our youth had a great
desire to go preach to peoplo and to help those who were in trouble. We
urge the Church to work hard among YOW1g people during the vacation pe
riod. The church should get close to thorn and talk ",ith them. The Word
of God says, "Bring up a child in tho way he should go, and when he is
old he will not depart from So the church should bring up children in
the right way_
We have in villages that havo prunary schools, but in many
villqges, we do not yet have MYF's. Each pastor should have a MYF in his
church; we are with the work of the They go preach in many viI..
lages; they help the poor and provide them with wood and vrater; they pound
rice for the roof houses for them - they and their leaders together.
Each district sends delegates to the annual youth conference.
LAY WORK:
This year, the "I;'lOrk of the laymen caused us to reJOlce. They have
gone forward in giving their offerings to pay pastors' salaries and in
making bricks to build churcllOS. They preached in many villages as hel
pers and leaders together Vii th the pastors _ Laymen contributed tmvard
the of doors for parsonages, toward Christian weddings
1
and the
funerals of chiefs. When Chief Opedi died, laymen contributed ,000 fr
as a sign of Christian love. God's Work has gone forvrard this year be
cause laymon and l)astors hB.ve "I;'lOrked togother.
STATION PRIHARY SCIIOCLS:
We thank God for the improvement in our schools this year. In some
places, there was trouble because of the clamor stirred up by politicians
but in other places, our schools ",ent along very nicely.
State school ll1spectors and our church school inspector made
tion trips to our schools in order to help them go forward. They rejoi
ced to see the unity of the directors, teachers, and pupils in their
work.
We built some new school buildings this year and vie hung some new
doors. We taught our pupils hmv to cultivate cassava, beans, plantains,
pineapples, and sweet potatoes.
not large because of J)olitical t
many pupils continued to nttend
In some
rouble.
school.
places,
But in
the student bodies
spite of the trouble,
wer (
REG)ONAI;.j11.Il'ib-RY SCHOOLS:
We thank Go{l for his '.lark in the regional schools. These schools
have grOl,m much. P:rom them ,,'Te receive m2cI1Y PUl)ils in our station schools
We are tharJ{ful to lea,ders who held revivals in lnc.ny of the regional
school centers in on effort to bring young l:18n and women to Jesus Chris
In many places parents and their children built school buildings. In
some places, the nm-, school buildings have not yet been completed, but
we have hopes thnt they vlill be completed soon. In some places, we 10F
teachers 1/1110 'llanted to retllrn to their home villages. It was very dif'
ficult to make arrangemonts for those schools.
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We request that schools that have grovm considerably like those at
Bena Dibele, Olemba, Lu.khungu, Kibombo, and Kondo have Cl full six years of
primary school. vie request that 'vc be permitted to hEl.ve tvIO regional
school directors in the District
.YJ.1.LAGE (NOiY-8UBSIDIED) SCHCOL:
Pastors and their l1_elpers worked hard to improve those schools.
There are many pupils L1 them-parents h2cve a great desire for their chil
dren to go to school. Those schools have grown considerably in the dis
tricts. We need diplomaGd teachers to lift the standards of the schools.
Since we have many pupils, we ask that. the conference help us to lift the
schools :;.t Lodi, .K'rJ.alala, Osongo, Okoka, and The
work of -chese schools lS go for,varct o::.mong the pastors and tnelr helpers.
SECONDARY SCHOOL:
In the school year 1963-64 vTe had 221 students in fotU' classes.
C1assq
FOYS
Total.
1st C.O. 85 103
2nd C.O. 49 50
3rd Secondary 4-4 46
4th Secondary 21 22
We had these professors:
3 from 11rdvsrsity
2 from pre-tmiversi ty
2 from 6-year school
1 from 4-ye2.r t trD.ining school
1 from n1ll'se's trainiz
We had one secretG.ry and one carpenter.
The secondary school has a great 1'10; :tor profes sors. VJt.'; hone to
keep some of the professors ,-,ho are nQ1;,T \.,1th us and receive some tiornl
ones from among the missionaries. We feel certain that they will liVe
among us and teach in our secondary school. We also h01l8 to rec some
professors from Ulr.BSCO and other organize, tiol1s lv111ch are helping people L'l
the Congo. And so v,e request education ers and the Co::nni ttce en Coor
dination to permit our best students to reE1Qin in school.
Our school has a great need for a sc tence laboratory order thi.t
our students may see ".;ith their eyes \-lhe,t they are be taught in the
classroom.
We need a mimeograph - vIe hope the Committee on CoordinC1tion and the
annual conference will remember us in this regard.
We als? need ::lor b?oks c:ur 1 brt,ry, He Y1E::ed from all con
ference memoers and :'11lSSl0narles Hl tl:ns mat'cer.
In addition, we need a new refectory and dormitories. Steel beds
be placed in the dormitories. 'ifIe ask the conference to help us
find a place for girls to
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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AT LODJA:
At the of this school year, we received fifty students in
the first year classo We did not have a second year class this year be
cause vIe did not have a first year class last year. We expect to have
both a first and second year this year if one more teacher can be found.
Virginia Law carried the greatest teaching load this last year, but
all the other teachers also worked hard. We thank God that thirty-five
students continued until the end of the school year. Many of them studied
hard.
NEvv"ELL S. _BOOT.H INSTITUTE:
There were 62 boys and 34 girls enrolled in the institute this year.
There \vere tvlO sections of the first year class and one section of the se
cond year class. We had three teachers, one superllisor and 9 vlOrlnnen.
The work of the school went fOrl:12"rd in several respects.. Good rela
tionships 1>fGre maintained between the school and parents; the teachers
worked hard in following the instructions of the director concerning les
sion preparation; the dir0ctor has worked hard for the unity of the schooL
Thanks be unto God for his blessings among uSQ
1'-RADE SCHOOL:
We thank God for taking care of us even as he took care of Daniel in
the lion's den.. We had three teo.chers, one secretary, and 75 students
this year: Some teachers ,,'Jorked hard in the clas srccm and preach
ing in \vorship services.
Our students in the wood section of the school have continued to
make chairs, te.bles and other things. Those i11 the building section have
built buildings.
Because some teachers "rent on Q stril\:e, we had to close the automo
bile section .There \ifere 37 students in it. We 1}lOuld like to reopen this
section in September if "\Ire can find te2.chers.
We still do not have the l{ind of buildings 1;10 so Vie are conti
nuing to build mud houses in ord(3r to sholt) I'lissionaries our need.
We had 21 boarding students 1,!hen "re clos the automobile section;
no,r ....le have 170 We request that parents give their children produce ins'"
of money \ifi th ,-.rhich to pay their boarding fcss.
We thank the chu.rch i:1 America for heliJing us carryon this '-'lork.
vJOlvlE}E.S SCHOOLi?=
On Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the study reading, writing
and arith'11etic. On Thursday, they study hygiene, housekeepil'1g, cooking,
and Bible. On FridE,y, they study sewing. This scheol increases the
de;sire of Wallen to read; those -v!ho have not been literate are studying
Laubach..
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BIj3LJ? SCHOOL:
ttpray ye the Lord of the "Go ye therefore, and teach all
nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, anci. of
the Holy Ghost" See also Romans 10:14-15. The school year began with,
but toward the end of the year we found that some of our students were
not really called to preach, but to ch. AncL so itlO let go. Eight
young men graduated this year.
vIe ask the church to send students to the Bible School. Many villa
ges are pleading for pastors - they do all they can to help and to
hold their pastors.
KLNDERGARTEN:
This school is the:: begin.l'1.ing of Christian vmrk. Christ looked upon
small children as those to whom the Kingdom of Heaven bGlongs. This
school needs teachers who love children and can heln to awaken the minds
of children in order that they may be led in the path of morality and re
ligion. It is a difficult school to teach in-only those who have self
control can do it. The children eat many things such as bananas, peanuts,
sugar 5 bread, milk, rice, and oatmeal. The children like to come to .
school every day to study and play.
They need additional playground equipmtmt.

The 1,vork among irls is going forv12,rd because God works 'l;li th us.
All the leaders of girls' hostels love to help girls in those things
that are beneficial such as praying and Bible read at bedtime, and in
the early morning.
They are so learing to raise cassava, rice, pineapples, corn
and plantains. The girls a desire to do well in schooi
P9Y$' B04@JNG
vie thank God for his VJr-J. tcn6are in 1963-64. Students and leaders have
together. Rice, meat, fish, oil, salt, soap for washing clo
thes, dishes, tables, tr, nclws bedf> , 2xl.d mats are all furnished to the stu
dents.
We reJOlce that our students have strcmg and beautiful bodies. They
do various kinds of work such as carrying \'later, cultivating gardens,
gathering kindling, and Sv[G ing ide and outside buildings.
IvfED reAL vlORK:
__
We thank God becaus e the ical work is go fonmrd. We are awar
of the fact that God is '\'JOrking with us. !tIe are happy as ,.,0 work togethe
l'iith our Drs 0 Hughlett and Siksay..
Dr. Hughlett is hel.ping us by keE:Yping us SUPI}lied i1rith medicines. He
is our medical advisor. Dr 0 Siks8- 1,'101'1:s day and night in treating pa
.
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Patients come to us from many different sections-Lubefu, Kibombo,and
places. We are happy to receive so many patients in our hospitals and
dispensaries.
CONFERENCE PHYSICIAN:
This year God saw our trouble and began to help us. Both foreign and
Congolese physicians were hard to find. Drug supplies were low in
pitals and dispensaries. The Church bought a large supply of drugs at
Leopoldville, but by the time it had arrived in the Central Congo, much
of at had been lost. The church had to look for drugs in Southern
sia, but customs were high and there were difficulties in transport. For
a long time Air Congo and M.4.S. could not help us. There are many thie
ves between Leopoldville and Lodja.
God blessed us in the coming of Dr. Siksay among us in order that
we might have a real physician at Wembo Nyama for 18 months. The Confer
ence physician and leaders, especially Mr. Paul Koi and the legal repre
sentative worked hard with government officials to make certain arrange
ments concerning medical personnel and the health of people.
High government officials have praised the medical work of the
,; IJ is trying hard to obtain needed drugs.
We have tried to help the people at Djalu with food and drugs, but
we never did receive the food and drugs which were promised to us by the
Congo Protestant Relief Agency, "Caritas Catholique", and the Red CrOSs.
The church also helped with the school and dispensary at Djalu.
We have had trouble in the leper colony at Tunda. And at Minga, the
director left. So the work at Tunda and Minga has gone down. Hm-lever?we
have straightened out these affairs, so the work is going forward agaln.
MATERNITY AT WEHBO NYAHA:
We thank God for the work of our maternity this year. Many women
come and gave birth. Many pregnant women also came this year for regular
check-ups. 732 babies were born in the maternity. We thank God for the
work that He has given us to do. It is work that goes on day and night.
DENTAL DEPARTHENT AT WEMBO NYAMA:
We treated 843 people this year. We thank God that He is always
",ith us in our 'lJlOrk. We serve Him by helping our people in their bodies
and hearts.
INDUSTRIAL DEPARTMG:N1'S:
We thank God that the work of building buildings on our stations, at our girls'
hostels, schools and dispensaries, and the repair of buildings everY'-lhere ht e gone
forward this yea:t. Our stQtion sidewtUks qnd c(",mpuses 1: Qve been wall cared for. We
need leaders to lead us in building. We hope that we wiil have many buildings next
year.
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LITERATURE:
IIChristian literature is the right hand which sows the Word of God helped us
in his work.
IIWe finished translating the Bible and sont the manuscripts to the press to be pu
blished. This work required eight full years.
These books were published at the press. Ekondo wa lu Bible uma lu Aleta, Ekondo
wakuki Jesu, Atumami wa Jesu, and Lumu la lushi la lushi ndu parcartes.
These books have been prepared for publication: Wulu w'Uwandji, Biuku ya Dombelo,
Okondo a kete ya Palastine, and Buku di'esambu.
Graded Sunday School lessons have been translated from the "All Africa Sunday
School
W.S.C.S. lessons for the entire year were translated and published at the press.
And tips on how to improve W.S.C.S. meetings were mineographed.
A scripture-verse calendar was printed.
We met with Doris Hess while she was here. We considered such questions as a lite
rature workship, travel scholarships, how to request funds, how to write books to deepe
the spiritual life of Christians, and how to find literature workers.
Mr. Osamba Albert was asked to study some aspects of literature work abroad after
he had attended Conference.. And Mr. Taluyamba Albert went to Luluabourg
to .study dis'!':!':tbtt" on. 13:ciratq,r,Q., ...,..
'_' .. ,H
We are happy in our work and we hope to work even harder next year with the help
of God.
FRFSS;
Last year there was fighting and trouble at Lodja, but God remained faithful in
all things. All pressmen left their work and we closed the press in June, 1963. But
we started to print books again in October with five men who had never done printing
before. Three of them left eventually, but two of them have remained with us and have
worked well.
Two of our former pressmen will be returning soon. We feel that four men will be
able to print all the pamphlets that are now in our hands. Even though the press was
closed for three months, we still were able to turn out a lot of work this year.
We printed the following literature:
1. Adult Sunday School lessons and teachers" lessons for children.
2. Lessons for Pastors' Wives.
3. Catechism.
4. Ritual of the Methodist Church-every pastor should purchase this book.
5. How To Serve God In Sunday School.
6. The Saviour's Birth.
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7. Calendar with daily scripture verses-not many have been sold. If we print these again
..
next year, we ask the pastors to help us sell them.
8. Scripture Union Cards with suggested scripture readings for each day of the year.
However, many of our pastors do not follow these readings. We hope they will start
i.
doing this.
Ala Otetela, a primer for adults was printed at Leopodlville this year; the hymn
book will be printed there later this year.
Since we do not have a bookmobile, we ask our pastors to help us sell books.
Respectfully Submitted,
Ashema Pierre
Dungu Albert
Eluhu Joseph
Lungunga Joan
.,
Ngandemema Jean
On'Udinga Frangois
Om'Okoko l'1arcus
Wetshi Victor
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Report No.2
CONFERENCE TREASURER'S REPORT
1. World Service:
a. Sent abroad from C.C.C.63-64 to Treasurer Gen.Comm.- -
46,711 Fr
b. In conference-from C.C.C. 1963-64
- ... - - - - - ... 23,3
4
5
l)t sent to treasurer, Cent.Conf. - - - -
- - - -
- -... 11,672
2) Central Conference
a) From other years - - ~ - - - - - -- 29,96
6
b) t from C.C.C. - - - - - - - - - - - 11,623
41,639
2. General Administration Fund:
From C.C.C. 1963-64 to Treasurer?Gen.Commn-
- -
23,3
4
5
3.
Episcopal Fund
"

From C.c.C. 1963-64 to Treasurer, Gen.Conm.


.. - - -
5
6
,197
4. Conference Claimants:
a. From other year - -
- - - - - - - -2
4
3,311.50
...
b. From C.C.C. 1963-64
- - - - - - - - - - 47,054
=
29,3
6
5.50
c. Paid out to ten c1ainants - - - - - - - 47,200
5. Central Conference:
a. From other years - - - - - - - - - - 97,306.50
b. From C.C.C. 1963-64 - - - -
- - - - - - 64,022
=
6. Annual Conference:
a. From other years - - - - - - - - - - - - 11,311
b. From church at Katubwe 1963-64 - - - -- 39,806
c. From C.C.C. 1963-64 - - 206,475 deficit
d. Transport plus food - - - - - - - - - -
7. Other Conference Funds:
a. From other years -- - - - - - - - - -
b. From C.C.C. 1963-64 _ - __ - _ - __ 85,846
. ~ ~ ~ ! _____________
9,518
c. gell lt Karapa1a 39,275 _
8. Non-Conference Retired Hinisters' Fund:
a. Fron other years "- - - - - - 65,041
b. From C.C,C. 1963-64 - - - - - -
116,757
:;::
c. Paid out to ten claimants
9. InterdenonL.l.ational Cooperation F11l1d:
a. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 23,287
b. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 23,287
CETA.... - - - ... - - ... - - - - - - - - - - - 23,287
-
-
69,861
10. Other Committees Fund:
a. From other years - - - ... - 6,604.50
b. From CCC 1963-64
- 32,432
:::
c. Disbursements - - 1,000 - - - - - - -
11. District Superintendents' F1.111d:
a. Balance from 1962-63 - - - - - - - - - 32,147
b. Fron Field Treasurer - - - - - - -107,000
c. From CCC 1963-64 - - - <h - - ---289,978 . -
:::
4
2
9,1
2
5
Salaries 418,925 plus Pensions 10,202 ::: 429,125
12. Conference Secretary of
Other years - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
7,600
130 Protestant Bureaux of Education
National 32,994 plus Provincial 49.2. 500
plus 51,024 still held fron 1962-6j - - - - - - --
All apportionnents 1,069,029
Bureaux of Education 82,494
::: 1,151,523 Fr
Deficits - - - - - - - - - -
Balance
John W. Shungu
Conference Treasurer
July 7, 1964
STAir H!AL Ht:.LJUli'l' - no. j
I T EMS
Workers:
I K.K.IKinduILodja !Lodja lLome1alMinga !Tunda lW.Ny. ITota1 I 63-64
I 1Nord 1Sud I 1 [ 1 !
J 1
1. Members of Conference
II! 6! 4I 51 6! 8I 17I
60
3
1 1
A. Under pastoral
appoliltment 101 61 131 51 3% 51 71 91 59
1
1. Africans 8, 5, 3, 41 51 7! 9,
44
3
1
2. Missionaries 2" I' l' 1 ... - ... -"
51
! II! 1 X 1
11!
8
B. Others: 1 - - -t - 1 1
t iI' 1 ! !
1. Africans
.... ...... ::
-1 -I -I -1 -1 -1 -1 -1
2. Missionaries
-1
II
_1
.-
1
-
!
4
1
21 21
9
1
2. Hembers on trial
ly
A. Africans -I II -! -1 -1 21 2y 91
B. Missionaries -,
-1 -1 -r -1 -! -1 -1 -!
"
3. Missionaries 71 21 81
2i
-1 -1 -1 61 621
4. Other missiol1l1ry worke:t 21 -1 21 11 -1 -1 -I -! 51
5. Other salari89. pasto- !
!
,
!
v
!
49
1
y
ra1 workers
39!
21" 6
3
7
1
!
24'
27;
23 317 3
1 ! 1 I ! ! I
A. srrpply I
31 21 -I -1 II 15! 41 251 501
B. Local preachers and!
1 1
recei
ving'-- salary 1
311 31 631 711 -1 101 91 13!
200 ! 2'
6. Other Christian life ! ! ! !
1 1
'WOrkers 81, 18
5
1
... t
71
-I 8! 3
4
71
1
.
3
1

1
7. Voltmtcr workers
I
24
5
1
4{
185, 100! 7
0
t
9!
8
1
18 639
5,
A. Local preachers
-
...
,
.
-
6
1
6!
B. Exhorters nnd 1 !
1 v
1
class leaders 215
1
4;
35!
9,
.
8
18;
289
1
9
8. Baptized children
- !
r
under 12
1
601 381 2481 262
1
58
t
17
1
50! 761 799! 1.1
9. Enrolled begiru1ers
I
7211 189
1
2.563
1
203
1
1.479
1
7411 487
1 1.8681 8.351
1
9.3
10. Preparatery members 248 54 1.891 220 367 149 794 594 3.817 5.9
...
______._-.i.._....... ____.........
I K.K. lKindu I Lodja ILodja 1 Lome1a t IvIinga I Tlmda J W.Ny. Total
OJ-o,+
! .
r 1 1 Nord ISud! ! 1 1 1
tIl 1 1
11. Total on probatlon '..
sum of 8,9 and 10 11.02(j 227! 2.890! 685
1
907 1 1.331! 2.538! 11.538
17.311
]2. Full members enrolled 1 2.06a 1.992
1
3 .. 630
1
4.214
1
1.23'6' 1.951! 4.020
1
7.236! 26.242
25.
13. Christian families 16] 6681 311 1 770 1, 77! 171 ! 467 336! 2.961
3.28(
14. Members of Men's 1 1 1 1 1 I 1
Societies 31q 124! 855! 2.0001 181 1 259 t 3861 717! 4.832
5.10(
15. Members of women' s So., J ' ! ! ill
cieties , 82)1 521; 973 I
2

214
! 685 1 658 ! 1.34911.532! 8.761
8.76:
16. Members Youth SocietieS 51d 158" 198, . 732! 250! 82 7 600, 358 v 2.888
1 1. . .
5.39(
17. Number of preaching 98' 31 212 13 5 , 23 ! 126, 168, 185, 983
j)Laces , , I 1. .. 97(
18. Sunday Schools 63" 10 129 70 21 46 40 98, 477
76(
1 , 1 I II! 1 .
19. Teachers and officers .
in Sunday Schools t 63l 38! 237 1 104 I 29 Y 46! 321 98 647
64E
20. Pupils Sunday SchoolS 3.0641 1.:230 12.057 1 4.293 ! 1.410 ! 23 .. 700
1
2 .834 142 .. 773

21. Average attendance 1.2.14511..08011.958 n.1741 697! 116 79012.779 110.739

22. Children Baptized 601 381 48 163 I 58 ! 55 1 50 1 76 548
77]
23. Adults BaIJtized 148
1
78 I 232 147 1 126 I 325! 1041 196 1.356
1 22.435
24. Beginners Received 721! 2781 298 866 1 470 I 386' I 38511.863 5.267
7.04]
25. Preparatery members I v f 1 1 1 1
received 1 136 87' 125 166, 220 J 127 152 I 300 1.313
1.92:
'Y.
26. Full members from pro- . .
bation 12.1541 179 1 125 I 147! 126 1 325
f f
104 196 3.356
, v
2.76;
. .
27. Full members received I! I! i
by transfer t 35! 8 I 5 7 I 14 1
8 8 I 4 1
89 20
28. Full members remeved ,
I 1
1
by transfer 60'
2 l"l:-O 50 10
-1 3 165 27
! 1
29. Full members vrho died t
3
2 4
19 t 80 ! 15 I 18 1 1 ! 9 178 19
1
30. Christianmariages .
performed
1
11 4 1
-
1 1 I
4
1
2 I
11 2
t
! 1 I 1
,
.
--
I K.K_IKindu lLodjal Lodja !Lomelal
a 1 I W. I Total
, 63..64
Nord Sud
I
1 II! I
I ! 1
31. Nwnber of schools 1 35 lOt 61 5
0
10
6 1
9 24 I 201+ 1
1 1
1 1
32. School Staff 92 411 41
41 1
102 1 497 3 79
1
26
1
1
75
1
A. Teachers 7
6
! 24 I 89! 74 I 39
1
39 39 94 1 474 f 4
8 . 23"
B. Administrave workers! 2! 3! 11 2t
2 2
3
1 I 1
33. Students (Total)
1
2.314 68413.078 1.130 1.417'11..064
1
1

081 2.827 1 13,595 12.6


1 J!.
1
A-.. Hale ,1.439, Y:99! 1 863, JIG 711 1.685 'I 8.979 10.2
B. Fem8.1e " 875" 185 795
1
348 346
370
1.142 . 4.616 4.4
1 ! 1 1 1
34. Finances
!
A. Local receipts
1.Budget 1295.813
1
.5OO
1
36.325!_ 117.030 1580 544! 13 .. 500 IJ..,l73.5o:j 1.730. 7ld 943.8
2.Building and equip 1 !! 'I 1
! "
ment - "50.000
. . 50.000
2.0
til
t !
B.From government SOUl'Ce
r
. .
1. Budg e t r6.aB.taE 3.lsB.j23 L2+L4ri 93 224013
2.Bui1ding and equip- ! I
1 ! ! ! ! !
ment I! 1
C.From Board of Mission!
1 I ! ! I I , ,
1.Budget ,888073 3t4.S36305255 263528,373450343270 12603
4
8,? 3806760,:;3.2962
2.Bui1ding and equip- 1 ! ! 1 . Z II!
ment I - ! - ! 44.200 I -! - ! -! 44200 I 515
D.Total teachers .3d-tQ}8:i %7611 - 18023
E.Total exponsos
! 1
1.Budget
! 695966'-342837Q' J2 78CfJ)!
-
IJ382695J;l3031153l,51 2101+6
2.Building and equip
ment
1
M E DIe A L :
I I I
35. Nwnber of units
A. Hospitals ! 1 1
-
- 1
!
1
1 ! 1 ! 4
-
-
Bo Dispensaries or
, 1
': t
..
ment centers I
7 1
!
i
I
3
1 1 1 J t 22
. I I 1
1
1 1
-
f ...
'-___"'--_.__ __ .._..._... _.... ___.__ _
:;;:;;:;;:;;;ezs.:;;: U!!"!AI';

t le.K. lK1ndu ILodja ILodja I 11inga 1 Tunda I vJ.:Ny. 1 Total
l

}jord. Sud
! I
t J
! J I !
I' . I!
c. center 1
1 1 1
1 t 4
36. Medical J 19! 2t 3! - 1
3 I 40 I
27
83 177 ! 18
2 2 !
A. Doctors J! -I -
1
-! -1 ! - 1
B. Missionary Nurses 1 - 1 1 1
261
C. Nurses in Training, -1 -i - 1 - I -! 13! - t
14 27 t 9:
D. Nurses aides 14 2 2 - 1 24 10 37 90 5
- I 1 1 2 1 16 1 28 t 52 ! 2
E. others 1 41 - II!
F. Salaries of \AJorkers 473J97,5 122794 116522 - 133240 634553 613842 1171889 24277
G. Total Expenses! ! 1 r
1 I !
I . !
(l)Budget 729815,5317473 313354 - - 72125 714377 861802 1326629 4335635,5 3390 92
I ! 1
(2)Bui :tding and! 1 1 I ! J
!
eq1llpment
! t I I
! 1
37. Patients
!
A.Number 13785 ,
-
!
-
-
.
1
!
2242
.
, 214
.
, 2537! 18778! 2417
(1) Total number of ..
patients t !
! ! ! !
!
(2)Tota1 number of .
days in 9185!
- !
-
- !
11922 ! 2528 ! 22833 1 46468 1 8446
B. Clinic patients 1 17185 . 4338 . 2245
!
1785 I 5786 J
19304
-
5
06C
3! 9397
C. Daily Treatments .
average ! 18817! 83
42 , 36851 , 57914 80110 27381'7! 24331
-
!
- ! . . ! .
D. Number of materni'ijr ,
patients ! 110
- -
- 1 - !
296 1 52 I 732! 1190! 72t
38. FINANCES:
! !
1
! 1
! !
A. Local receipts
from fees and
1 I 1 t ! 1 !
gifts:
(1) Budget 1 401281129441111904511 - 11569291 2041171160162 ! 107233412479680! 91047.
(2) Building and _ 1
equipment ! - ! - ! - 1
!
- I 46598 ! - ! 46598! 500
B. Receipt from
I
! 1 1
!
Gouvernment
! t t
(1) Budget 135
00 190115
1
2036151
246
1
"!" I
-
I 1
1

(2) Building and


Equipment
t
t I !
1
1
I
1
l.o
I K.K. IKindu ILodja ILodja !Lomela I Hinga ! Tunda I W.Ny. 1 Total 163-64
I 1 tNord lSud !
III
C.Board of Mission
1 I ! I 1 I J
(1) Budget I39+8J2
t
ll355
4
I
D2800 ! - I - 'iO)83 )_ 12590001 2586001
1
478(:42
II! 1 1
(2) Building and
II! ! ! t I I i
Equipment
39.Ministerial support 14]2629
1
3)'8555
1
319926
1
393394 1287727
1
347804 t299023
A.Pastors 135i243 1256910 1310896 12
66446
{i09567,5 I
B.District superint
endents I 4J2S3! 32077
1
31992 ! 351251 25690 1 31090 I 26644
1
66167 291048 ;176569
C.Episcopal 1 82511 61011 6450 1 I026! 513 7 I 5818 t 5933111232 5Ee48 i 39229
4o.Conference ! 251810 225281 16105 ! 19582 I J.:Oi99! i 2)596 .23561 I 166125;1.16191
A.Conf.members
t 1$2051 ]:089. ll504 1137+2 ,1" 7$, 16569 1 l3?2 8 v16829 116951 38045
B.Non-Conf.members . 7282 64-39" 4601 5840 114' 6628 7283' 6732 446191 78047
41.Annual Conference ! 368+1! 3219923010 122047 ! 12943 ! 1$883 ! 28964 133659 2)9346 ! 132112
Administration
1
!
!
42.Central Conference! !! !! , 1
Flmd ! ll72
6
! 9$9 I 6903 I 6878 43141 6628 9932 10098 65538 ! 35319
! !
43.Central Conference
Administr. ! 3641
1
3219" 2301 I 2748 2157
1
3315 ! 2636
1
3366 23383 t 17122
44. InteI'd enoL1inational I ! I! I ,
Co-operatlon Fund ! 109231 96591 6903! 8045
64
71% 9946 ! 12404! 10098 74449 ; 51061
45.Benevolences ! 109231 9658y 6902 ! 3245 6
4
71
1
6628 9768
1
7678 66273;
46.Building and repairs! -! -! v y - ,- 8250; 9300 1 17550 109208
47. Other purposes 101364' 22003 ;118987" 31791 71325 313709 ll46583b29477
1
A.Other Conferences 6339 . 12875' 92d+ 9826 6471! 9946 2636
1
' 201:95! 77+96 I 50434
B.Other COP1mittees 1]36211 6439 4EOl 4738 2157. 3215 f 97681 2559 v 43098 3L
C.. iIl.SoC,,"S. 4349, - 2211 2480' 2460 2672" 2036 41973
1
22792
D. M.Y.F. ! 7500 - - ! 4150 10180'16170 I 979
1
4905 1 4388l.t113850
E. World Day of PraJel 20931 18601 3YoOj 1078 13001 1:'100, 1964 v 13000 3849
F. Other work - - 539:>0; 282050 942625
1
33679
48. Total Contribution , . 1 . 1 I
of the local church ! . I ! ! ! 1 ! 1 1,
Nos .39 to 47 1827221t6352l.tQ 48291.41 4829421454169144919214491921 119
84
31' 4979333!
28b
.:t
41
9
1 I! I I I
1 r
! I ! 1 !
It
..
4-1
I K.K. lKindu !Lodja !Lodja !Lome1a IMinga ! Tunda IWONy. !Tota1 163-64
! 1 !Nord ISud ! ! 1
I !
4-9. Total amount recei ! ! I ! ! 1 II!
ved by pastor (+12639pID2401319926135J243 12569001341985 ! 26&46
1
704 566$ 1903&5
50.Amounts received 1
! ! 1 1
from outside the locaX
churches !
! 1 !
A. From Conf.
, , ,
! v
, ,
!
Benevolences
J3j!-82 03500 0 0 12c400
51800 37800 77500
, v ,
! I
744 292
. ! !
u
B.From Board of
Missions
! 1
I.Budget v
2. Buildings
;59)00
51.Number of Church
! ! .
buildings
1
16 i 27, 58,
52 ! 14 !
22 ,
30, 52 2711 190
8
4
4
A. Permanent 5
2 14"
0
3 , 8 , 48, 35
0
B. Smi-permanent !
- ! -1
_I _0
f
_0
2 ! 11
_
3 1
C. Temporary 8 ! 22 ! 54! 50
1
II! 16 ! 111 44 206
1
155
1 1 ! ! ! !
52.Number of pastors
residences
I 24 ! 18 ! 63 ! 63 ! 131 16 ! 301 49 ! 2761 229

42
Report N".4
BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION SECTION
1. The Sunday School lessons are to be paid for from the Church,budge\.
2. This corm::littee 'vlants to stress the inportance of having Sunday
School all the tino even when the boarding students are out of
school. Lay leaders and nissionaries can take the places of teachers
who may be gone.
3. The teachers should rJeot with the director to study the lesson each
week. And try to nake the classes interesting vii th discussions, etc.,
rather than lecturing.=It is suggested that tho teachers study t h e ~
book" Working With God in Sunday School II, or other books.
4. Each district should have a leader to work in the district to irnprove
Sunday Sclmools in all of the villages.
5. Teachers should COl.1G to class on time. Then students will be pronpt.
6. Teachers should go out and hunt students and encourage theJ:1 to come
to class.
7. There should be Bible studies for adults in the Sunday School hour,
not a sermon.
8. The work of the Sunday School is the work of everyone, not only
preachers c_nd teachers. Hany lay people would be good Sunday School
teachers.
9. Wlla t oan we do to inspire people to wcmt to C O l ~ l e to Sunday School?
We should check attendance carefully and follow up those who are absent.
We should havo DOl:lOry work and various kinds of testing to see what was
learned in the lessons. Recognition of regular attendance and those who
have learned the lessons. Have then stand in church, and after six months
send their naEles in to the Dikendji.
10. We want nissionaries I,ho can help in rausic teach classes in piano
and in sinG ing
11. Sunday School should last an hour at least.
12. The S(1:,1e people who "fOrked on Sunday School lessons last year will
continue to vlOrk on them this year.
Children's and Kindergarten - Dorothy Culp
Prinary and Youth - Taluyamba Albert
Edith Martin
Adult - Taluyar:lba Albert, Norene Robken
13. Re the visit of Dr. Harvey frOD the Board of Christian Education in
the United States from DeceElber 3 - 17, the purpose of his Visit is
to study the progran of Christian Education now being carried on in
our Conference.
The ConEli ttee makes the following recorJ)':lenclations :
1) That we have two study groups in our conferonce. at Kindu for
Kindu, KiborJbo, and Tunda, and one at Lodja for Lodja, Lome1a,
Katako Kombe, Hinga, and WeI:1bo NyarJa.
2) That tho district leaders, councillors and Conference Councillor
attend one of these study groups.
The COElraittee on Coordination has nade arrangenents for the travel
of these workers.
Chairman: Umanguo Albert
English Secretary: Gladys Maw
Otetela Secretary: Djamja Pierre
Report N 5
HEALTH COJ'.-l1'HTTEE
W.S. Hughlett was elected chairnan, Samuel Lulenge secretary
" for and Carol secr!9tary for English.
There has been a fund available for niscelleneous health projects
around the nission posts.
We propose that tho funds for this year be put in the care of
Nr. Paul Koie. That he study such health projects as raay be subnit
ted to hitr by directors of dispensaries and hospitals with the ap
proval of their Adl-;:)inistrativo Councils, and disburse the funds for
such projects as he approves. He nay consult with the Medical Coun
sellor in case of doubt.
We propose to nptify ,11 station chairnan of the present section.
We recommend that all posts having nurses arrang e for a
nurse to inspect regularly, once or twice a nonth, the clonnliness of
their posts includinG such items as toilets, water springs, back and
front yards, trash pits, etc., and includinr: the preniSE)S of the hos
pitals and dispensaries thei:1so1ves. We solioit the full co-operation
of the station chairnan in this program. Upon approval by Pa11l Koie
of theso projects, he is authorized to reimburse the hospitals for
the salary of the nurse inspoctor for the time used for the inspec
tions, providing reports of the inspections are subnitted to him and
to the station chairl'1an of each place.
Carol Siksay
Secretary for English
44
Report N 6
BOARD OF EDUCATION DAY SCHOOL SECTION
The Day School Section of the Board of Education elected as chair
nan. Lubahi Emile, Otetela Secretary, Usanba Albert, French Secretary,
Ongendangenda Joseph, and English Secretary, Virginia Law. The follow
ing actions were
1. The Legal Representative is requested to issue to Schoel Directors
and the Inspector an attestation of service. This should be coun
tersigned by a governMent official.
2. The request fror:1 Lodja for an additional director for regional
schools is referred to the Bishop's c2binet.
3. Requests for new sectic!ns of 5th years c,t Tshu:m and Dh10lm in the
Lodja District; LonerJbe a:nd Putu in the 1;;[e::1bo District; 6th
years sections at NyB..L'la L9wO and Bema Dibele in the Lodja South Dis
Ki t8.rJbala II in th? Ka Konbe 1!duku,
IJdJU In the WO:lbo Dlstrl.:::t;. In the
LOIlei a Dlstrlct; lj-th ye2"r classes c,t Lcd1, l'JdJovu, OsanGo, USUTIba and
One;:la in the Lodja North District. K2ndolo in the Katako Kor:1be Dis ...
trict; and new classes at Lcme;onY2" Eotokodi, Lunbehandjula; and a .
complete prinary schoel at illcunu in the Mil1e:;a District, vlore consi
dered ane:' E,ccol')ted witIl follOvrL'ls conditions:
(a) sufficient nu.;',,-ber of stUdents for year.
lJ.LYlIDlli:1 r.eq1:'irenent of ios and equil?':t:mt.
c) ssr'JOCs c l(';nt r tllreTlents.
d) qualified persollilel.

c) The addition of this not chal'1go tho total rn.1.2]ber
within the Qistrict.
(f) These classes s{loulcl be cle,1roc1 first by the school inspector.
4. The report cards as used ltYc:LJCl vrere accopted for all
schools. Ong enda Jos Ncuwu Pierre "fill advise the prin..
ting press ill printinc these.
5. T\.,1O students finishinrl: ",ith succo;) s the 4th year of secondary school
agree to teach in pri:Je_ry s
6. It was approved to request a 5th ye2.r in the tVO;J!Jc Nya:1a Secondary
School. \
7. The follmring roco':l1:18ndation vm.s concer;'1ing teachers' housing:
(a) A teacher Dust live in the house assigned hir.:1 and ::lOt jJove out
leaving the house lmoccrLpied.
(b) If a teacher wishes to c0nstruct a houso on a mission
station he rmst receive sioIl frO),l tho Adjlinistrative Coun
cil.
(c) A teacher y_",ay have his Olm hOUSe:; if approved lW t.he st2,tion.
8. A reauest for for lossos SUffered by teachers at LodjC)
last -year 'vas refus sinCE) they left sUlldonly without c1 gating
responsability.
9. Exponses for shotlld he paid by each teacher and
the receiDt'8d factures osento( to the school director. This v:ill
be a reduction in professional tax ide
45
10. Request for special study:
(a) Kinyanba Pierre, Lencla, is advised te prep2.re and take the
jury at Lodja fer a 4th year d lorna. married he Day
not enter Secondary School.
Cb) ESlL."lE;U .?ierrc, Kn tako e, is r ed to the s cholal'-'
ship cO[Juittee to talw the entrance eXaD for the Pre-Regence
at Katubue.
(c) Kekumba Daniel, Katako is referred to the Medical
mi ttee and ical studies.
11. The CorTI]ittee 011 tiOD is requested to provide funds for
a special COlITSe for directors and inspector.
12. An exam for School Directors is to be given at Lodja on Septenber
3rd. The following are approved to take this:
1) Ngu:wu Pierre, 2) HyanGo Armand, 3) Ohanu Cosnas, 4) Kinbulu
Paul, 5) LushiDa .r'iarcus, 6) Or.lenya Andre, 7) We"tsh'trn:u.nda
Albert, 8) Manya Andre, 9) Urnuntu Andre.
13. The 111 teacher at Hinga will continue to receive his salary
fronl his director lmtil the legal representative has a ruling from
the government.
14. Prinary te.?chers \lith less the'.n 6 years of prinary study
study and 1)2,SS an exanen of" 6 yenr lovel work.
1
15. This 1.ll gently reauests 8. school inspector ';Those entire
tirl1e is eiven to this work -and vrho Daintains 2. perlJanent office
and records.
16. Teachers are reauested to brine: any c0l:1plaints to the church and
not to the State officic.
1
.ls even though their friends are e:'JlJloyed
there.
17. Kasende Daniel requests a rec tiO::-l to University at
Stanleyville. The legal representative consultine 1'lith those who
knovI hin is request to i)repare this.
18. The school inspector is asked to 2. list of approved books
for priDary schools.
and related subjeots is approved for
Djalu'.
19. A wonan tec"cher for s
20. The inspectors of schools are reQuested to pr"?p8.re the school
calendar for following yeG'.I' before tho closing of school in
June.
21. The Bishop's cabinet is requested to assiGn finishing
the School work on tho Mission.
Virginia Law
Ril;;;lish Secretary
Report N 7
lvIEDICAL COHHITTEE
AI\JIIUAL 1964
Mel:1bers Present:
Chairnan - Tilllda Andre
Secretary for Otetela ... DLlandja Noise
Secretary for English - N.E. Siksay
Koie Paul, Djac1iu Moise, vJerlbi J.Uchel, Lulenge Sar.mel, We::lbulua Frangois,
TuharJbi Louis
t
Wenbo Nyaua GeorS2s, Pastor OleJta Pierre, Dr. W.S. Hugh
lett, Lur:fbu rllchel, Pasteur Diketoli, U:ltuhaLl'Untu AthC:l:le.se, Pastor
O[1'Okoko Pierre.
I. Request by Hedical ttee for a dentist, eloctors and m.ITses. In
particular ,YO would a special Qlu for Ray Hatson and Chlora
Dean in the hope that their prese:1ce could be shortly forthccJing.
II. It was decided to give Djalu a Haternity Section and v18 hope that
it will be possible in the nec:tr future to obtain inter-hospital comlauni
cation systems to relay requests for a doctor or to relay instructions
of treatnent by a doctor.
III. It was decided that the salary of the infirniors and other person
nel who work at the leprosariw1 ought to be paid by the institute itself.
IV. The cODDittee has decid that Louis Tuhanbi should CODe to Weubo
l'Tyama on Doctor Hughlett's return to talm up special trainin,g in eye
work.
V. The Medical ttee feels :1 t this tiDG that none of the applica
tions for nurses eGploy:I'Jent can be accepted because of the difficulties
in finding funds to pay then.
VI. Concerning the construction of perwanent rural dispensaries by the
village was decided that such villages T,\rhich provided these ser
vices ought to receive their ication at one-half the normal price for
three yearS
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and that the Chief ,his wife and children should receive ','
free nedica care.
VII. To settle the question of nurses salar s, a sUb-CC;:'lilitb,;e vlaS
sen !>lhich included Tundrt Andre, Untu Athe.l1aso We;:bulua Frangois, .
Djadiyu Moise, Diraan.dja Hoise, Koie Paul, Alberi, Okit[>.kenge
Leonard, U-:n.rr,lbu Victor, Larry PIeir:.tc:mn, KashD.l1a o..ncl N.E.Siksay
The Cor:lni ttec decid to verify the assur sal8.ry of 88% of the
state with the hope to keep 2_bout 50% of the assured et for other
expenses such as icines, furnis s, aDd 'ltJOrltr::en's salo::.ries. It
was decided that the CCG":1itt88 should s a delegat of 1vn. a Hu
G
hlett,
N.E. Siksay, and Djadiy'"1J. Hoise to the Coru:li ttee on Coordination to seek
a possible solution as to how to obtain the 2,110,081 Francs required
to boost the nurses' salaries up to 88% of the state sca18. One solu
tion proposed was to se state subsidy.
VIII. The concittee decid.ed that nurses salc;.ries OUGht to be
paid. by a centralized fund, thr'"t the director of each hospital
shOUld decide the salary for each of his nUSS8S.
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IX. (a) Report or:.. letters received. re Akondo JotLL'l. vlho asked that his
salary be elevated to that of e. certified c1<::;'Jtist, and that he should be
allowed to Dake visits to the other as a ist. In view of the
qualified certificate vlhich he received Kh1lJ8Se, it stateG. that he
vlc)rk under the supervision of a dentist for a lir::ited period and
then should re-take his axe.ninati:::::n in the hope of o1)tc.dninr.; an unquali-..
fied certificate_ The cOTJ.clittC:8 c t he sould. :::lot receive a den
tist's salary nor be allowed to such visits il ho obtains his
diplot1.a.
(b) The connittee decid th;;Lt cl.rlY e in Olenge Victor's salE.ry
ought to be by the c:irector of b.is h-)spi tal.
(c) Also that Lunbu Michel's reauest for salary incrcl:1ent oUf,:ht to
be decided by the dir'2ctor cf the tal.' .J
X. The cor.1"::li ttee decid(:;cL that Akondo John should be ible for all
the expenses involved in his trip to se since it vlaS ::-:lot r.1nde under
mission sponsorship_
XI. The comnittee asked that 2. SDGci<;... l tuberculosis fund estctblished
by the MethrJdist Church in th(:: C;ngo 2 cenci th2. t a dels1;ation should be
chosen to present the of ;::oc.lce.l c,,::.re in the leprasariu.:1S the
tuberculosis 110 ita.ls to the Goverll1:lents of SanlnJ.Tu, Luna:1i, C?nd :tYIaniena,
in the:: hope of obtainins a for these 1,!or1;:s.
Chairmnn: TUl1da Andr0
Secr0tary for Otetela }.ioise
Secretary fsr 1i8h: N.3. Siksay
l1.eport N 8
:SOARD OF MISSION
1. We Dust re1':18:.:oer the villaGes "There there are l1G Each prea
.. ,' , cher go to the villages nearly and so to S8 \,,'hien are far
ther away fron his to vis it the Christians and to ren.ch others
who do not Immv Christ. He should '3.lso \1Grk with the children.
2. Last ye2.r 'vie talked 2.bout b im:lin::: vJork at S2.T!ba b:xt 1/[e vmit
until it is quiet there.
3. If a ])reachol'" gees to ccnry Geod NevJs to villases he
Dust not part in polities but r:mly the G,::ecl T'Jel.Ts of JSUS Christ.
4. 'vIe asl;;: JolL'1 H. ShUl1EU if he has heard anythiil':,: tilc) IJeople on the
other side of the Sunkuru River saying that we CCll'l work there.
5. Tho A tetolcc pecple ill Lusa.:,bo he.ve
We need to study this request and need.
6.
Q.:\I' ' ...... ,r:s ,,_ ... '-, v........ __
We ::Just not lE5i?,ve the vi1l2.t?;c en
7. To spread the Geod
not change, it renains
us to s the
o
,'",ove with thec,
cn:b:r.
iately.
that the Good :tlews
8. We repeat this "lOrd of last ;tee.r. e s inc: a :li:::lister to a nevi
place we request that the district or 2. pastor GO to
see if the church SOi1.aR;O are :::-lnish0d c'end that ttlGre is a real
desire on the part of the p for the Word of God.
the COT"l!.1i ttee rec-]::,'1ond Soci21
c;ether that they s1"1m-l p00plG 'iTh2, t their
cookinG and asent a paC
6. We reque the Conference to us p GS to institute
for the training of s, toachers, nurses s, conc1 ctlso
other districto
for
Centers end tc all.
ttee to st Bishop
Chairl:1an: Lokoto Paul
Secretary: 'Ud
Re;Jort N 10
COIvllVII1'TEE FOR GI::\LS vIORK
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9. For a long tine we have wanted to send son6 V01l...YJ.g Atetela i'ien to
start work in new places, t this has not yet en deae. We 8.sk the
Conference t6 study this'r.latter.
C11.o.. : J ea21 L'L1.halm

SOCIAL
cretary: Ethel
SM
1. John 10/10 III car::e thcct thev ht have
.,
tho. t :.liCht have
it nore abundantly.1f It our r as Christians to en-
e our 6 our followship so as to inc
ChI' tian. Soc 1 Centers ''fe 'Hant trJ
abundant life.
pec,le have a full
2. The Christian fc:1)i1ily should s its food
teachins, in its prayer life, in Bible, in the
sing of hy;:ms in their w()r
in remind the Conference our ra st te: the CrmfGrence in
our great need oflissionari.:::s \vEo Y-"l10W hOYT to Lmrove the
the Soc Centers.
4. We should not think thc?t the \-101"'1': S,')cial to help
vTQillen alene; is to L1prove rolations
c}14J..-?r n '1 t r
.1 v U C' _!" c.d. l"
'whether rich or pt)or.
5. We
and to help
S f()l'l i:mry scho')l
irls \-Jil1 be 550 F. eC'.ch tr tcro
The g Is in S8
I. renind parents t fees
,1'"
schools will pay the sa:1C 28
2.000 Fr
each tr star.
to leok nice
on SU11day. Sunday id or fix it so thatit '>'1ill
stay that vlay 'ltTithCl11t the follo'ltTing
S::t turclay in 2. School Cirls
We do
not 'want to fix ir hcdr the week. teachers
to help us in this
3. We renind people that at the last conference we asked 8irls to wear
their dresses to cover the knees. If the girls do not obey, they will
be punished.
4. The girls must have regular obliGatory supervised study hours.
,. Last Conference it "i,vas decided that we h2.ve a short course for the
girls home after conference this year. We found this difficult
to carry out so ,.,e now plan to have it at Katako Kombe at thesaDe tiDe
as the youth conference- so that they can take advantage of the same'
transportation.
Chairnan: U:vaka ..
Secretary : Ethel Ho:t:1feldt
Report N 11
WO:tvIAN'S SCHOOL C01v1HITTEE
We make following
1. That the WOYl.len have school four days a 'lrleek.
2. That the women in each district "itIOrk out the pro:2raEl to ;;1eet their
needs. Some want to have sewing tvlO days and other subjects two days.
Others want to have sewing one day and other subjects three days.
3. That each woman pay for tho cloth and thread that she USGS at the pur
chase price of the article.
4. That the children of the Dothers in school be cared for by wonen chop.
sen to do this work and not by the ;'lothers Whilo they are in class.
COlJl:1i tted,
Chairnan: Unya Wetshi
Secretary: Ekoko On'Udinga
Report N Q 12
WOMEN'S
The Wori1an' s Conference Dakes the follcwing recoE::lenc1Qtions:
1. That we use the calendar which was printed at Lz)dja in our daily devo
tions.
2. That each person haVE; a regular tiDe of prayer.
3. That the vleDen in the outvillages work in the sarTe way as the wonen
on the station.
4.'That the 1-ronen in each district have a revival.
5. That a group of WODen in each district be chosen to reach the last.,!
..:,;person
6 t the WOD.en in each district (Jrganize themselves into snaIl prayer
gro1,lps.
7. That the women do the following things in order to grow in their spi ...
ritual life:
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a) Study the Bible in small groups.
b) Organize the women into small for prayer.
c) Remind the women of the meetings.
8. That we remind the women of the purposes of the woman's organization
such as:
a) To help women in their marriage.
b) To help women their relations with others.
c) To help women to become better Christians and to love God
more.
d) To improve the health of people.
e) To help women in the training of their children.
9. That we vmmen assume the responsibility of preparing the church for
worship.
10. That we lead others to Christ. If 1;18 work with love, our people will
want to change their hearts.
11. That the lessons for the women be sent to the districts as follows:
Lomela 30
Kindu 10
Wembo Nyama 40
Tunda 40
Ninga 50
Lodja North 50
Lodja South 40
Katako Kombe 40
joo
12. < The women chose a pin \IIi th the map of the Congo and cross on it. We
request that the pin be larger than the sample and that one thousand
be ordered and be paid for from the funds for \.'lOrk among "\wmen. This
will be refunded \llhen the pins are sold at about 150 francs each.
13. That the women continue to send the naInes of girls who need financial
help to this committee in order that we may help those who really
need help.
The following have boen given scholarships of 3,000 francs each this
year:
Utshangi Beatrice"
Lushima lv:arie.
14. That the women in each district ren1er:lber to have their woman's Insti.
tute within the year.
Respectfully submitted,
Chairman: Unya Marie
Secretary: Ekoko Veronique
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Report N 13
YOUTH COMEITTEE - ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The Annual Conference Youth Comnittee elected us Chairman Mr. Ukit'
Uhambi Louis, Otetela Secretary, Luhahi Emile, und English Secretary
Mrs J. H. Ma"".
1. Koso Armar;d, the Youth Conference Secretary, vITote a letter say:
J.ug he gomg to school next year and woudn't be here. Mr. Luhahl
EI:1ile vlaS requested by the Annual Conference Youth Cor.'llilittee to take
Koso's job until the Youth will elect their own secretary early
next year. Mr. Pleimann will vJOrk \vi th him and alsohe ".;ill choose an
African Assistant.
2. The committee recommends that the Youth Programs be in Otetela.Howe
ver the French program can introduced little by little, se that the
students may have experience in French because all of the large confer
ences with Youth frOL.l allover the Congo are 1.."'1 French and our delega..
tes have not been able to participate fully.
3. The committee thinl{s that the Youth Groups on each District should be
divided into tvlO Groups: Primary school students one grou
P
i
Secondary
school with Medical School and Professional School and Bib e School
students another group. These twogroups may have a program
every two or three clOnths.
4. The Bishop's Cabinet is requested to name, as an advisor, u HissionarJ,
on eachDistrict, if there is a Missionary there, to work with the
Youth Leaders.
5. The Youth Leaders and advisors from each district are requested to
send to the acting secretary the type of the activities they wish to
have on their program so that he may print them for the Youth every
three months.
6. The report of the Youth Conference at Katako K01:lbe vlaS Given by Mr.
Koso. The Youth vJant to go back to the Ka tako Kombe Cm:lp Grouni s for
Conference next year and hope that the expenses incurr8d last year to
clean the grounds will be less this coming year. The conference will
start tvlO days aftet the school closing day forEus ter Vacation. The
acting Secretary will send out letters about it.
7. Kesasi Pascal v!ill go to St2.nle:rville youth Conference according to .
the Katako Kombe rocommGndELtion if vlG receive letter on it in time to
make arrangements.
8. The ComrLittee hopes that Tunda and Kindu Districts w"ill send their
financial and other reports to the acting secretary.
9. The leaders and Advisors from each district should find to sell
out all pins.
10. The COElrrlittee heard the financial report from Mrs. J.R. Mmv,. the
Houth Conference Treasurer. Hrs. Mu"" told the COlnrni ttee she had re
ceived 70,000 francs left over from Hr. L. Johnson's travel budget or
tpe.Youth work. On tl'].e Youth's approval this mone:y call,be used for
tIleJ.r ana fl)r the travel expense,s of -ehe dJ.rector.

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11. The Annual Conference Youth Cornnittee is to all people and
organizations from abroad vrho and v.Jhich have given ifts for the
Youth work, for instance Hr. Mutanbwe. The Board iVIissions in the
U.S.A. The Secretar s of this will write to thank them
for their aid.
ChairnUU1: mklt'Uhanbi Luois
English Secretary: Mrs. Gladys Maw
Report N 14
CO:Mfl.HTTEE ON WORLD SERVICE Arm FINANCE
Chairman: Ndjate Daniel
The follovring recornr:l0ndation was Dade regarding percentac; os:
A) From the offerings of the church in the Central
1) World Service
a) Abroad 1.0 %
b) Conferenc e 0 , , 0 0 , , " 0 '0.5
2) General administration ......... 0.5
3 Conference ........ 1.0
4 Annual Conference ...... 5.0
5) Central Conference ...... 1.5 (from 1.0)
6) Other conferences ......... 3.0 (from 1.5)
7) Pension non-conference members . 2.5
8) Other cOl'1J!1ittees ... o 2.0 (from 1.0)
9) Interdenominational cooperation... 1.5
B) From. pastoral support funds:
10)Support of d trict superintendents 10.0 %
11) Episcopal fund . . . . . . . . 2.0
I. The cornmittoe accepted Report nO.2 into its o",m report.
II. The cO[lmi ttee asks the conference to choose a layman who will
be responsible for the district superintendents.
III.The assistant confGrence treasurer, Museu Emile, will begin
now to take responsibility for all conference accoill1t reports.
John Wesley Shul1gu will continuo as conferenco treasurer.
IV. The conmittee has received a letter from pensioned pastors
saying that although they received 1,200 francs upon their retire
ment for tho building of a house, they would now like also to
roceive a monthly housing Clllowance. The committeo decided negativel;..
in regard to this request but recofllnends tllat tho penSion rates per
years of service be raised from 15 to 20 francs for conference clai.
mants and from 8 to 12 francs for non-conferonce claimants.
1) y_Q.,nferonce iliinant.:a= Kinbulu Charles, Lur;1U!nba J6rome,
Hama Usumba Fac1iala, Lupanu AUGuste, LunTh'11bi Andre,
Wetshi'Ukunda Auguste, LUL1belelu Nicolas, Mana Kahambwe,
Nyangunga Paul, Koy Gabriel, Lukala Alphonse.
2) Non-conference claimants: Abuluki Jerome, mvula 16; Lu
Uhdl,llQ. Daniel-.t.. 10; Lub-ato. Jean, rJyula 34,; Tusum.oa
'.f l.l1PO, Lusuna JoseDh, l'JdJovu Paul, Dlkulu Tnomas, Mu
dimbi Moise, Yaundu Antoine, Yanga thchel, Utatu Pierre.
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V. Distribution of World Service: Nmuber 1 (a) is to be sent to the
United States
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and one half of number l(b) is to be sent to Central
Conference and the other half will rewain in our conference for
mission work.
VI. The cOJ:n::1ittee asks the COl'llTIittee on Coordination to give 300,000
francs to the paYIrrent of district superintendent salaries. The committee
recommends that in future years the 10% for district superintendent
salaries remain the maximum and even be dirainished so that an increase
in giving may be used to raise the salaries of pastors of' the confer
ence.
VII. The committee recommends an increase llL the amounts collected
for conference delegates to 350 francs for food and 400 for travel.
VIII. The C01Mlittee asks that the districts continue the
dence Day offerine for the C.P.C. in Leopoldville.
IX. The asks all districts to send lay delegates to annual
conference in the same numbers as the clerical delegates.
...
x. The accepts the rate of payment for pastors voted at the
last meeting of the Cowmittee on Coordination as follO\I}'s:
1) Category of Helper-Preachors(Laymen with little training)
Monthly salary ......... 650 francs
Wife allo'ivance . . . . . . . . 75
.Ea.ch child 4 50 0 0- 0 :I 0 (I 0 0 0 0 0 1) "
ServiceO,,,; 0 <l .;; :> 0 :) 0 0 (I; GO. I) 0 0 0 0 ., ., (I I) 20
2) Category of Preachers (Bible School or Pastor's Training)
Monthly salary.. , .........1,000 francs
Wife allowance ......... 125
Each child ................. 75
Service () Q ) II 11 a 0 0'$ 0 0. C I) 4 (I. 0 0 I) 0 25
3) Category of Pastors(Conference men)
a) Supply pastors
Monthly salary ., ........1,500 francs
Wife allowance ..... 125
Each child ....... ", ..... 75 Q
Service q t: I) 0 G 0 1) " 25 It (Ii , I) ',)' 0 3 I) ?
b) Pastors
Monthly salary .......... 2,000 francs
Wife allowance . 0 250 0
Each child 0 ? () (I :> 0 0 150 :. 0 ".1 '" t) (Ii 0; (Ii 0
Service o. 0 0 coo 0 .., ? ? 0 0 '!) " 0 0 0 0 50
Those pastors who have finished their studies in Rhodesia or at
!v1ulungwishi will receive 2,500 francs over their base monthly
salary. If the said pastor is a district superintendent, he
will receive an additional 1,500 francs over the base Donthly
salary. Persons going to one year of additional will
receive an additional 500 francs per month, and those gOJ.ng for
six months vrill receive an additional 250 francs per month.
Those who have done additional studies in foreign lo..nds will
receive 2,500 francs per month above the base salary.
XI. The committee asks all districts to send their financial
report on conference accounts to the conference treasurer
before the 15th of June each year.
The conmittee asks all districts to send quarterly reports to
the conference treasurer, not the raoney received.
Respectfully submitted,
Chairman: Ndjate Daniel
Otetela Secretary: Museu Etli1e
English Secretary: Tunyungu PleiQann
Report N. 15
BOARD OF EVANGELISM
John 17:20
Subject: Unity
1. Those who preach the Good News need to be one in Love and Good
ness.
2. Everyone who is a bearer of the Good News Sh01J.ld be happy in
his work.
3. All ministers of the Gospel and Christians should be good
exanples in days of joy and days of suffering. They should not
wear clothes of mourning or d r i r u ~ or do evil.
4. The time has come when all bearers of the Good News should under
stand the Ii/ork they need to do such as: increase offerings and
other l"ork needed to be done in our churches.
5. This com... to say: Every Christian should find time "TIittee continues
to talk with people about Chrtst.
6. We ask that this Conference invito the follcwing to hold revivals
amone us during this quadrennium.
(a) We ask that this Cr)nference request the Central Conference to
invite one of the staff of our Board of Evangelism to como to
Africa for eVangelistic services among all the conferences of
the Central Conference.
(b) We ask that the same invitation be extended to Dr., Howard
Jones of Billy Graham's Crusade.
(c) We ask that the Conference Secretary of Evangelism arrange for
the coming of Dr. Stanley Jones among us. .
7. This conmitteo asks that the conference prepare booklets for wide
distribution in our church on the subject sU[;gestodl "Total Sur
render of Life and Possessions to Christ.
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8. This corrrrJittee asks that our missionaries do all they can to help
the ministery of the Gospel in our districts.
9. Each Christian should be a good witness of vlhat has taken place
in his or her heart.
Chairman: Museu Emile
Otetela Secretary:Udimba Paul
English " E. H. Lovell
Report N .16
HIS'fORICAL COl'1MITTEE
1. We request each district superintendent to have each conference
member (Ccngolese and missionary) in his district prepare a list
of all appointments he has served as well as the year he went to
an appointment and the year he loft it. Each district superinten
dent should then give this information to Piorre Ashema, the con
ference secretary, at this session of the annual conference. This
information will then be included in the con,ference journal.
2. We wish to express our appreciation to A.J. Reid for having writtc
a history of our Church durinz its first fifty years. We look fOJ:
wara to its apprearr:mce in EnGlish next ]Tlfmth, and request that i"f
be translated ana published in OtGtela as soon as possible.
3. We praise God that the Methodist Church in the Central Congo has ;
vision to send lnissir:marics unrcCtched people, and that mone
is now on hand fron the offerings the ctmrch to do this.
4. \tie are thankful that the Hethodist Church in America had a vision
take the Gospel among the Atetola, a cannibal tribe. The first
fifty years on thE: history of tho church among thE; Atetela shmvs
that the work of missionarios and Conc;olese Christians was not wa
ted. A stron; church is fotma throughout the entire r ion in whi
the Atetola live. We pray that during tho next fifty years wo wil
witness even greater things them we hc'1VO vIi tnessed during the fir
fifty years.
Respectfylly Submitted,
Joe Maw Chairman
Pierre Socret<
Joe Eng Secretary
RCPort N?17
LITERATURE COHHITTEE
After hearing the report of Mr. OSMlba Albert's visit to the M
nonite Press in Philadelphia to see the work of a small prees and h
vrriters, printers, editors, and distributors wcrk together to print
distribute literature for tho Church, the Com.r.littoe makes tho folIc
recoi:llnendation:
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1. That our Departoont of Literature Production have sufficient person,
nel and ElOney and that everyone work more closely together to produ
Christian Literature for strengthening the Church.
2. That Dr. Hughlett or someone chosen by him translate some of Billy
Graham's religions tracts.
3. That the History of the Hethodist Church in the Congo which is bein;
printed in English be translated into Otetela.
4. That Mr. Reid prepare materials for the Conference Course of Study.
5. That those who have been asked to write tracts, please do so as soo:
a possible that each d trict select one person to responsible
for getting this zork done.
6. That the editors of the Dikendji be: Norma Hosking, Taluyamba Alber
and Ashema Pierre. That we encourage our people to subscribe to and
write for the Dikendji. It is the responsibility of the people to m
ke this journal a success; not just the work of the editors and sta
7. That Luhahi Emile translate portions of the new Congo Constitution
and that 400 copies be Elimeographed.
8. That 350 Otetela lessons be mimeographed.
9. That 200 copies the English - Otetela Dictionary be mimeographed
10. Questions that h2ve arisen in Doris Hess'letter:
A. Why_s..hQ.,ul'y__ Q;:'ol> 0r schools?
Up to the present time the churches have been publishing all
school books. It is tho duty of the Christian church to pu
blish its literature for schools and church.
Methodists and the North Sankuru Mission vlOrk together on their
literature program, and those are tho only two Protestant chur
ches writing literature for tho Atetela.
B. This is difficult and the bottle neck is from
Leopoldville to Bena Dibele. Be'oks printed in Central Mission
Press and Old Ur,ltali Pross have been on route for almost two
years and have still not arrived.
C. Due to problems over which we had no control, a large deficit wa
incurred but at tho present time the Press is paying its way ex
cept for missionary salar s. \'Jith better equipment the Press
could meet the needs of the church and still pay its way.
D. We are aware of the fact that distribution has been weak but we
have had no means of transportation. However, Government, busine
and mission trucks are still on the roads spite of the fact
that roads are bad. we can get more study 1:1eanS of transpor
tation, distribution 1tTould be no problem as the people are cryin
out for books, and sufficient personnel for this is available.If'
we as a Church lose the opportunity of supplying books now while
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,the door is wide we may lose our opportunity of getting
literature into the vl11ages.
E. We are furnishinc French reading material to our people, but
plan to do even rnore of this in tho future.
F. We are very much aware of the need of trained personnel and
are trying to find those who are capable and have an interest
to study in this field. One y01.ll1g man who will finish the
secondary school in 1965, plans to study in this field.
G. Cal). LQ_dja boQ]:c pro_<1j1ctiol1. to LECO? No.
From our experience now of havine four ;,lanuscripts there for
almost a year not one as yet has been completed.
LECO prices are high. Even if we were to include missionary
SQlaries in our local Press charges, our prices are consider
ably lower, a big consideration for our village people.
11. That the Committee have its semi-annual meeting at Lodja November
17 - 19, 1964. At this time we will plan for Doris Hess' visit.
12. That the calendar for 1965 be sr:mller than the one for 1964 and
that only the book in the Bible, chapter and verse be vrri tten, and
that 2,500 copies be made.
Respectfully subnitted,
Chairman: Osamba G. ,Albert
Otetela Secretary: Ta Sumbu M. Albert
English Secretary: Edith Martin
Rennrt "\To.IQ
LANGUAGE COMMITTEE
The COLuni ttee tho followinc recomnonc1ations:
1. That we ask Dr. Jeccobs for grar,uL1R,rS en tho now spoIling and thD.t
they be sent to the different districts for study [md uso.
2. That the following study Otetela and that each district make
arrang enlOnts for their study:
M'r. and l'J'irs. Crmvder
Hr. and Hrs .. Harry Pleir'18.nn
Mr. and Mrs.Maughlin
3 That m..iss ionaries wl'1Dse terms are less th..1.n the c01:1[1 is sioned mis
be offered the study of Otetela if they find it f6asible
Chairman Auguste
Otetcla secrotary:Osamba Albert
English secretary:Ed:tth Hartin
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Report Nit-. -19' . .'
.. REPORT OF AGRICULTURE COHNITTEE
The connni ttee selected Stanley IvIaugl'!.Lin to work with Burleigh
Law in purchasing chickens. We have located a place in Leopoldville
CPRA, which is raising and selling chickens to missions. We hope
that the Ag. Department will be able to raise and sell chickens to
preachersy teachers and others. We have a veterinaire nurse now at
Wembo Nyama-Kekumba Nicolas who will be able to help the conference.
The Ag. Departr:lOnt hopes to have seeds we will be planting and
selling to others.
We ask the Agriculture Departnent to start buying sheep as Don
Collinson did because we are taking. out the pigs. Sheep eat grass
and do not need the special feed that pigs.
We aks conference to send an agriculturist to study the possi
bility of the Katako Kombe area along with theveterinairo nurse, to
start a programs with cows.
We hope to start rabbits again and ask the Ag Depnrtn( ::.:t to
explore availablity of buying stock and medicine.
We need a missionary agriculturist who could serve as a con
ference agriculturist.
The Agriculture Depart:mont hopes to stock medicino for animals
to seel to people. Example medicine for lldjomotoi" and others.
We ask the conference to approve sending an ag vlOrker to
other Ag work in the Cone;o and do some practical 1tlOrk at one of t-.C:'I"
Chairman : Kimbulu Paul
Otet ela Secretary: Tokeng e Rapl"JLW}_
English SecTetary:Stanley
Report N. 20
MUSIC.' COMMITTEE
It was decided that:
1) All ncvlly-composcd songs be sub1;!i ttcd first to this COL1Eli ttce
approval before being taught vdthin the conference. The local ce'--:
mittee of each district will bo responsible for gathering
and forwarding then to tho chc'lirrJan of the Nusic Committee.
2) A miSSionary in each district capable of teaching music, cspecic:,117
piano, voice, and choir, devote SOE18 time on 11 regulnr basis to the;
development of these facilities. It is also suggested that 11 COY';:;o
lese assistant work closely with the missionary.
3) Dorotr...y.Gilbert cont2.ct Don Bobb concerning song books avail:::.bie
youth work.
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4-) The Kaufmanns, who are
to Central Congo for a
presently "\-lorking in Rhodesia, be invited
tiDe to give professional advice and help
in music instruction.
ChairBan: Ongendangenda Joseph
Otetela Secretary: Lupungu Paul
English Secretary: Paul Alexander
Report N 21
MEN'S COMMITTEE
Since men are to be the bead of the faDily as found in
Ephesians 5:25-26 llHusbands love vour wives like Jesus loved the
Church and gave his life for itV we make the followiP...g recomrilenda tions:
1. To improve the Christian family relationship the men need a
Nethodist };len's Group.
2. This committee feels that the Methodist 1"lon need a leader to
arrange programs and teach the men.
3. This cOn1r:littee requests the Conference to find a well qualified
leader to advClnco Hethodist Hen's organizations.
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4-. If the men would have their this would help
draw more men to the church. From these we hope will come
examples in earl village that will draw orthers to the church, for now
in many churches there are more men than 11omen.
5. We ask all the pastors to have more nen's meotinGs this year
than last.
6. We need to have a fw!d for Methodist Men.
Chairman : Omana Andre
Otetela Secretary: Emmanuel Alomba
English Secrotary: Stanley
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COf1MITTEE ON TRANSPORT
I. The conmi ttee recorm:nends the continuance of the kilor18trage rates
accepted at the last cor:mlittee on coordination. They have proved
sufficient and a reviovl at the next con'C:1ittee on coordination will
include an entire year of operation:
Truck
35 francs/kilometer
Pick-up (camionnette) ;25''' n
Sodall .0 :> 1:1 0 a , 0 Q t) 0 " I) a 0 0 0 18
If II
II II
Volkswagen kombi , ...
15
VolkS11agen sedan . 0 12
If II
, Q
II II
(large, 100cc+ 6
II It
.Motorcycle (small,lOOcc-) 4
n
BicJ1cle Q!'} 0 C 0 0 0 0 r) 0 0 a 0 0 QQ.
2,5 "
The cOEL11littec finds these rates sufficient for recurring costs, as
depreciation, insurance, salar s and per diem. of chauffeurs and
workers, costs of fuel, maintenance, and repairs, road help and
necessary docW'lents.
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LHowever, some trips require additional costs such as the salaries
and per diem of military escorts, matabishi at military barriers,
etc. The transport department, therefore, requests permission to
prorate these costs to the clients of the trip requiring such es
cort.
II. The transport department would like to aid our students, who
often do not have money for their passage but who desire to come to
school or return to their homes after a school year. The depart
ment wishes to help, but it does not want to lose money. It there
fore proposes the following system:
a) Students of our schools may ride in our trucks if there is
space, weight allowance, and if they have proper identifi
cation and laissez-passer's to their final destination.
b) Our stUdents will be charged half-fare, presently 2 francs/
kilometer in the trucks and 2,5 francs7kilometer in pick-ups
or sedans.
c) Factures for these trips will be sent to tho res-,)ective
schools, and the schools will in turn reDnburse the trans
port department.
d) Our students will avail themselves of this service with the
understanding that they will not be able to enter or start
class until their debt for the trip home the previous year
is paid, or receive their certificates until their debt
for the trip to school for that acadenic year is paid.
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III. The transport cO.lnmi ttee 'wishes to assign the following vehi
cles to the following persons.
a) The red Chevrolet '57 truck (T-5340) is aSSigned to the
charge of Utshudia Koi Law for work in the Lodja and Lomela
districts.
b) The grey Peugeot sedan, presently in the charge of Joe Maw,
is transferred to Norene Robken for transport between EMCC
Diengenga and the Lodja cite in connection with her work in
the Foyer Social.
IV. With the desire of gaining funds for the better operation of
the department, the transport cOIJ.mittee requests permission to make
the following sales to persons who have expressed a desire to buy
them:
a.Ford sedan (T-5548) for 200,000 francs
b.Chevrolet for 150,000 francs
V. The committee happily reports the increasing possibilities of
finding new cars and trucks for sale in Congo payable in Congolese
francs, thanks to the American aid progralTI. department plans
to periodically buy such vehicles as our finances and needs ref
ponsible allow it. We also rejoice in the increasingly abundant
of spare parts in the C.::mr;o and encourage our respE ctive
statlons to take advanti"<;e of this fact.
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VI. The cornrai t e requests conference action in the ma of. the
automobile formerly in the charge of lligandjolo Hoise. Slnce hls
death, other persons have seemingly taken his car into their posses
sion. Although this car is not under the jurisdiction of the trans
port department, we are concerned that the relation this automobile
to our church !.!lade clear.
VII. To insure the proper operation of this department we recommend
the follOi-Jing:
a) All vehicles under the juri ication of this department
are required to sent a quarterly report to the department
listing kilometraee at the beGinning and end of the quarter,
total amount factures 'Vlritten during tho quarter, and a
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financial report on the vehicle for the quarter.
b) All transport vehicles vlill come to our central garage at
least t'i-Jice a year for inspection and repairs unless ade
quate garage facilities can be found at the vehicle's
home location.
VIII. There has been d cuss ion about the possibility of changing
the location of the transport department from vlembo Nyama to Dienge
in view of Bena Dibele's increasing inportance as a port. The
committee was pleased hear a report from Mr. Kashama Simon that
he, Nr. Ongenclanc;enda Joseph and other cornrnergants would soon have
a boat operating on tho river between Bena Dib and SamanGt:k"l.
Therefore, it is log ical for ltJembo Nyama to continue as transport
department headquarters.
However, in vi8w of the o.llvantagQs of river traffic and the possible
need of further carrying capacity, lim ask that a cOr/lini t consisting
of John Hu[:,;hlett, Burleie;h La,\<1 , Larry PleilJann, Stanley Naughlin and
Shungu John Wesley fOr!':1ecl to brinG a report to the next cormnittee
em coordinaticl1l on the problems and possibilities nf our mission ope
rating a boat on the same route.
IX. In view of the present disparity of prices between the two mission
planes the"saTI1etrip1 \'le ask approval ?f a comrni ttee cons isting .
of Burlelgh Law, Harold Amstutz John Wesley 8hungu and Stanley Maughlln
.
to arrange plane rates
nes will be equitable.
so that the costs of the same trip in the two
Respectfully Submitted,
Chairman: TaSThilbu Albert
English Secretary: Larry Pleimann
Roport N. 23
AUDIO VISUAL COMtviITTEE
We are \"ell aware of the effectiveness of radio communication
in reaching the general public. B.r. la in reports that with indepen
dence coming to many African countries, Protestant broadcasting has in
creas sevenfold. In lir:ht of this we are pleas to learn th..at Radio
Luluabourg s made radio'" t ava to us.
A schedule of ene, or perhaps, tvlO 20-minute proerams in Otetela
has been proposed. Although the actual th of prograElmed material per
week would be relatively short, it should e pointed out that the requi
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rements of such a schedule, once would call for at least half,
perhaps full-time involyement of some qualified person. This would
entail, for example, program planning, recording sessions, and trans
portatlon, just to name a few. (A 37-minute weekly program is consi
dered by some radio companies as a full-time undertaking).
The necessary recordine; equipment and an initial supply of recor
ding tape can be provided by an organization with which R.T. Maclin is
in contact. It would be our responsibility, however, to provide the
necessary personnel and working budget.
With such a program in operation our church could realize an even
greater influence and contact with the people of the Otetela-speaking
region, in addition to the present work of the church. We have here
an opportunity to reach e. maximum number of people with a minimum nu
mber of funds and personnel.
It is our opinion the Central Congo Conference should accept
this challenge, and vie here ... sugeest a cO);1IDi ttee composed of R. T.
Vmclin, Stanley Maughlin, Shungu John W., and Shaumba Pierre to study
and investigate further the possibilities of such a program, and to
set up an operating budget.
:Larry Pleioann
Engllsh SecretarY:Paul Alexander
Report 1'1.24
REPORT OF THE LAY COMMITTEE
Pteach_ing
We are thankful to God this year for the spreading of the Gos
pel of Jesus Christ. Many lay people have gone into villages to
preach the Kingdon of God. The lay people go, as is their custom
vlithout recurrine money. Preachers, together 'Vlith lay poople have
much work to do. After Independence in meny of our villages, many
people suffered greatly. They had fears, sorrow and other troubles.
It is the work of the preachers and lay people to help their people
to overcome their problems.
Some lay '1:lOr1\:8d very hard to help people in the time of
their trouble. Sorae people went long distances to get things, such
as rice and peanuts: to sell to people at a 10vrer price. We are
thankful. to the people Ivho d
f
) such things. We are particularly tha.nkful
to Mr. Slmon Kashama and other merchants who lower their prices to help
the v10rk of the Church. Some ShOVl their love in helping people who have
lost loved ones , by carrying wood, water, food and other things.
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Gifts.
Lay people give their eifts according to thoir means because
the Church is Church and the Country our Country. Although we
have Independence this is our COUJ."1try and we
the responsibility for tho on ing of the Church yet we realize
that we still need the help Cooperation sionaries. We
need to consecrate ourselses in prnyor. to God to recGive strongth
from Him, go 1:..0 the villages to work with all our might to in
crease the tithes and to spread the Good news.
Rrayer
We have need of prayer in our homes Wid also in other homes to
help those in need. Through prayer we will receive strength to forgiVe
and love will enter into our hearts. If we do this, then people do not
need to beg us to go and serve, because love, itself, will inspire us.
Otetela Secretary: Emundu Paul
English Secretary: Burleigh Law
Report N 25
REPORT OF CONFERENCE LAY LEADER
.BECCNNENDJ.TIONS,
1. Fund of Pastors.
The Lay Committee a the conference to set up one fund for
the salar s of all our pastors. Therefore, the treasurer each
district will send all the tithe Doney gifts to this fund.
The amount sent to this fund will have the stamp of the superinten
dent on it. This fund will not prevent the superintendent and trea
surer to use !;10ney for 118eds in the district such as to buy
the necessities for the Lord's Supper siDilar needs. So within
each anarter, the superintendent \<[ill a list of the salaries
of his preachers to the treasurer ',-rho charr:;e of this fund.
? 'igpding 9.f Lay People ..f..91:....tucty
This cOl1lnittec, is very to G,'d and the conference for
sonding Esaki Athanase to study in another country. The COl1unittee
asks the Conference to continue this type of good work.
3. Needs
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for Leaders
"----'
This ttee asles the conference qnd the Bishop to look for
other loaders in Amer to work tocether with us to spr the
Gospel of Jesus Christ, to help in the education of our children and
to help us in other aspects of work.
4. Travel of Conference
This committeo recommends that the every district lay leader 'ask
the lay people in their areas to contribute 300 francs each to pay
for the travel of our conference lay loader. This money is OVer and
above the tithe and eift Goney to help our work.
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5. Small Book for Lay Lay People
This committee asks the leaders in charge of the library to
make available for purchase, a snall book which would teach them the
work of lay leaders.
6. Fellt:Jwship
This cOfM1ittee asks all the lay people in each district to
fellowship with pastors and work vJith them in these areas:
a) Preaching-
b) In every dayo
c) In church services and meetinGs and in all the work which
wiID f1.:trther the Kingdom God.
7. of Pastors and Lay People
This corru!1ittee asks all preachers to know the church people
in their vill."lge because he is the leader of the sheep and needs to work
hard to find . ,his sheep ""hich arc lost and to bring them back to the
fold. The church people, they, themselves should know that the respon
sibility of their is on their shoui ders.
8. J'..ill20rt of Mr. from General C;mfg,rence
This committee asks that the report of General Conference
given by Mr. Osamba Albert be published in the Dikendji so that everyone
will have the opportunity to read it.
Otetela secretary: &1undu Pa1tl
Assistant 11 : UnuInbu Andre
English " : Burleigh Lm"
Assistant " : Sarah Reinecke
Report N, 26
RESOLUTIONS COMHITTEE
1. We the Resolutions Committee thanlc God for His love for people, who
gave us His Son Jesus Christ.
2. We tharLK: God for Wembo Nyama(Jerusalem) and for the years we have
had conferences < here in the past as well as this year. They gave us
places to sleep and eat. We did not see any upleasant faces; we all
\vorked together happily.
3. We "mnt to thank all those ""ho had part in the 50th Anniversary
Program.
4. We want to thank Bishop Booth for his messages and his service amongst
us during these last 20 years. We shall miss his presence and leadership
among us, and extend to him and Mrs. Booth an open invitation to visit
us at any time. We regret Mrs. Booth is not here this year, and vlish to
send her our loving greetings.
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5. We also wish to thank all our speakers and all who took part in
any way in this year's prograffi.
We wish to thank Annimae White for the mnny years of service she
has given to our people, and wish her God's blessing in the futu
re .
Chairn1an : Wetsh'Okuncla Auguste
English Secretary: NorIila Hosking
Otetela Secretary: Ngoi Jean
APPO INTMENTS
IS1'_R.I,CT
District Superintendent
Ngandemema J eeJl
Missionary Advisor
A.J. Reid
4"dministrative Counc,il
Station Chairman Ngandemema Jean
Vice Station Chairman Emambulu Jean
District Treasurer Okita Kenge Leonard
Pastor of Station church uuadjela Auguste
District Lay Leader To be supplied
Representative of district pastors Olekonya Paul
Director of Regional Schools Okita Kenge Leonard
W.S.C.S. Representatives Kumbe HelEme,Mbuhashile H.
Other Hembers: Loledu Joseph, Dingele Jean, Untuhamuhtu Athanase,
Utshlunbe Emile, Seki Louis.
Missionary Advisers: A.J.Reid,Hazcl Re1d,Dorothy ReSBJLorena lellYt
M Y
F C 11 Stanley :tv1aughlin, Jeanne lYIauchlin.
! ounse ,or , Pierre
DJ.rector of dJ.spensnrJ.es UntuharllUntu Athanase
District
Flural Construction Advisor Stanley Maughlin
Director of Ref!ion8.l Schools Okita Kenge Leonard
l.dvisor to Director of Regional Schools Jet-nne Maughlin
Women's Work Directress Hazel Reid. H.
Missionary Advisors: Dorothy Rees,Hazel Reid, Jeanne
Director of Lay Hork To be supplied
District Treasurer Oldta Keng e Leonard
Advisor in A. J. Reiet
Director of Prir:lary School at Djalo Tunda Shuneu
Station:
Primary School Director Ebambulu Jean
Directress of Special Class for Girls Dorothy Rees
Director of Boys' Boarding Department Emanbulu Jean
Teacher in EVanGclists' School Onadjela Aup;uste
Missionary Advisor A. J .Reid
Girls' Hostel chaplain Kekmnba Paul
Directress of Girls' Uwanea Adisa
Assistant Directress of Girls' Hostel Dorothy Rees
Director of Industrial and Agricultural
Departments
Stanley Maughlin
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Katako Kombe (cont.)
Assistant Director of Ind.and Ag.Depts. Utshunbe Emile
Directress of WODan
'
s School Hazel Roid
Kindergarten:
Joanne Maughlin
Directress of Junior High School:
Lorena Kelly
Advisors in Christian Education
Jeanne Maughlin,Denga Paul
Literature Work A.J. Reid
Advisor in Youth Work
Stanley :tv1aughlin
Social Center
Dorothy Rees, Hazel Reid
Social EVangelism Haz<=>l Reid
Teachers of Junior HiCh School :Lorena Kelly,Hazel Reid, Jeanne .
Maughlin, Okenye Julienne,Lulesungu
Pierre,
Nurses: Lama Michel, Seki Louis, Andjuluku Fran90is, Kitoto Louise.
Teachers of Station Primary School: Kikumba Daniel,Uminu Paul1Kalonda
Daniel, Ndju Joseph, Lupc:mu Epenee Alphonse, 'l'ongomo
Sar.mel, Kimbulu Gaston (Secretary ).
Religion and Arts teacher in the Special class for Girls: Dorothy Rees
SECTION KUDI
Okodi Circuli
Okodi Onalokoho Victor
Nurse -
Luhaka Clement
LokEmye l Victor
Jl9J,?ka Circuit
Ndjeka Ona Kenemo Isaka
Teachers : Pierre, Akondo Gaston, Okuka Rene, Gaston,
LumanaJa Albert.
Shesa, Shineu, lilEl.ngenda Ornatoko Pierre

Utshudi a Lulfjmandji
D jungwnanga, tshudi Onaloseke, EtshUJ:llbi
Ngulu
Mulenda Joseph
Bulanda Joseph
Ekan..ga Circuit
Ekanga
Nurse
Kute, PunGu Dingundu, Okamo, Omana
Kasall.i Antoine
Kabale Joseph
Kasadi Antoine
1.usele Cir.c.-uil
Lusele Ona Kenemo Isac.c
Usumbu, Akungula
Hyaneo
Wudi, Unanu, Kumba, Ulungu
Ona Kenemo
Ona Kenemo
On<l Konemo
Isaac
Isaac
Isaac
Ohole
Ohele
Ehandjula,
Mundjo
Kala Lumurabu, Unyo Halansi,
Omadjela Paul
Omadjel8. Paul
Katako Kombe (cont.)
Egende Circuit
Esende
Adima
Lupalra Placide
Lupaka Placide
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E1JJl!2:a Cirguit
Elill1ga, Koy, Mbuy'Ekumba, Upangu
Nurse
Nundala, Circuit
ltlundala
Elamba, Tukuku, Pakema
Circuit
Wuhu, Wuhapungu
1,1udirnbi Circuit
Mudirnbi
Elenge, Onema, Mende, Ehekesula
Nurse
SECTION l'ENGE
Lukale Raphael
Ui[9!1gu Cirguit
Uvungu
Lukamba I, Lukamba II
KatakQ.. Lt,rcuU
Katako
Diwamba, Ndjoka, Kasendi, Kalonda, vJeka
Omaso Circuit
01naso .
Udihe, Shtmgulungu, Lutahe
Hukandu Circuit

Lengola, UtukabLlta
KitaI!lbal'l.. Circuit
Kitambala, Poste Katako Kornbe, Cite,
Sankalom, Kc''.songo
Teachers: Ehata}1ayrnond
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Wembolex:-ga Ignace,
Lama H.lchel, 'l'arnbulu Plerre.
SECTION BA.MBULE
Kahudi Circuit
Kahndi, Bulaiti, Luseke, Samalu, Yengo;La
Np;omba Circuit
Ngomba
Okolonga, Yambayamba, Koy'Osongo, Olemba
.Nurse
To be supplied
Hyuma Patrice
Oc1iko Pierre
Odiko Pierre
Djengola
Utumba Samuel
Utumba S1lL1uel
Okito Athanase
Lombe Lambert
Lombe Lambert
Ona Saka Benoit
Ona Saka Benoit
Usungo Pius
Usungo Pius
Wembadiyu Emmanuel
:t-1ukula Albert
Lukali Raphael
Lopoma Jean, Otepa Paul,
Etshima Alphonse
Omangulu Pierre
Omangulu Pierre
Shaku Frangois
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Katako Konbe(cont.)
Ngongo Yusenge Circu11
Ngongo YusengeiKalakala Etshuna, Vuye,
Luhandjula, Yu onga, Oyediroba Offielenge
Nurse
Omesende Circuit
Omesende
Usukunde. Kule, Ushim'a Nboko, Utshudi,Cantoniers
Ohandja Circuit
Ohandja, Utshudi, HenGela, Lotshotshe, Kenumbe,
Katopa
Lanema Circuit
Lanema, Shumenanga
Wuhu Circuit
Wuhu
l.utula Circuit
Lutula, Lukangaka,
Kingombe Circuit
SECTION DINGELE
Olekonya Paul
Putu
Kingombe, Ondjeke
Lungala, Lukamba, Afumba .
Lutund:uJ..a. Circuit
Lutundula
Esuke, Onlenanga, Shaku
Lupanu
t
Miyanga
Kasendl.
Opedi
.Q..mawoko Circuit
Omawoko,Omotomba,Mutambwe, Usumba,Omalowo
Pam' Ahamba
SECTION DJINGA:
Omana Andre
Shinga II Circuit
Shinga II,Kawe,Lrunbule,Olemo,Tshale
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Musafidi Albert
To be supplied
To be supplied
To be supplied
Alumba Boniface
Bauka Alphonse
To be supplied
Atunyi Paul
Kasongo Antoine
Olekonya Paul
Olekonya Paul
Ukutshi Daniel
Kekumba Paul
Ohole Louis
Omawoko Pius
Omana Andre
Teachers: Tshumunganga Paul, Omba Andre,Kitshalukuwa Benjamin,Ekanga
Franqois,Tahuka Jereme,Wembolenga Jean.
Qpelele Circuit
Opelele,}<damba,Osukunda, Omondjo Apamatu Jean
Teachers: Yemba Victor, }<fuuladinga Raymond, Tangandu Paul
lI..a.uka. Circuit
.Mauka,Esenge,Shinga I, Kingombe,Loko Elembu Rene
Katako Kombe (cont.)
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$lmeonga Cirguit
Omeonga
Unya Victor
Esonga-Djinga Emungu
Teachers : Lod1 Georges, Koi Michel, Lumumba Elias
Dj ingR; Cir,cl1it
Luhata, Mende, Lokoho, Ngandu Ulungu Jean
SECTION DJALO
Opelele Dan e1
Kandolo Circuit
t
Kandolo , Lutula, Luhuhula, Lokombe ,Avoki,
Mundeke Tambwe Frangois
Teachers : Djunga Leon, Ukunda Jean, Dikoma Paul
Mbo Cir
Mbo,Mulenda,Lumbule,Fundji Diata Taw-elo Jacques
Djalo
Djalo City,''&'ditShutsha Ashikingondo,
Kalema!Asomelo,Shutsha Esenge,Tungunga,
Opelele Daniel
Teachers: Oyaya Antoine,Lenga Pierre1Tasumbu Albert,Wedi Albert,
Okit'Udiha Joseph,PandjaA phonse,Nong'Utamba Antoine,
Nyundu Louise,Lungundu Paul (secretary)
Yema Emile
Wetshi Circuit
Wetshi &d adi,Unyumbi a Yungu,Longonya Okenge Pierre
Teachers: Lunganga Samuel,Om'Okoko Pierre,Yuta Pierre,Wembo Nyama
Albert.
KINDU DISTRICT
Council
District Superintendent Wetshi Victor
ChairlJIiln Wetshi Victor
Treas,-U'er
Shaku Albert
Pastor of Church in District Diongo Albert
Pastor Osongo Albert
Primary School Director Ukunda Andre
Pasot Hyombo Emile
Director of Regional Schools Shaku Albert
District Lay Leader Ukunda Andre
City Charge Lay Leader Otonga Gabriel
Basoko charge Lay Leader To be supplied
Katako charge Lay Leader Mianda Jean
Kindergarten Adiyu Henriette
Missionary Advisor E.H. Lovell
Directress of Women's Work Unya Marie
Kindu (cont.)
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Sunday School Superintendent Otonga Gabriel
Directress of Social Evangelism Yoto Lovell
Director of the Evangelists School Wetshi Victor,E.H.. Loyel,-: ' .. 0
Mildred Lovell
rruxses: ,.
Dungu Pius {Dunu Andre
Industrial Departr.1Gnt Wetshi Vic"tor
Teachers of Primary School: Djamba Alphonse,Shuku JosephtLukUll1hu P.,
Dikoka Jean,Letshu Abel,YanYl DaviS
Junior High School DiUlni Louis ,E.H.Lovell, Hildred Lovei 1,
Dikoka Jeana
Regional Schools Utshudi J"ules,Utshudi Jules,Kitete Paul,
Lukanga Pierre,Kandolo Edouard,Usembi
Gaston,Hatend"" Nyama J.
Lotshonga Jeah,Kitenge A phonse,Okombe
Raymond.
Lumumba City Circuit

Lumumba City Wetshi Victor
Assistant To be supplied
Tukulute Diongo Albert
Basoko Hyorabo Emile
Nalonga Jean Pierre
Katako Kombe Osongo Antoine
.. Lubelenge Birimusa Luhata Frangois
',.',
28 km Lubau Baluti Issaya
.. Elundu knisi
BoliI-:lu Joseph
:: 7 kim S. F L Safari Reneste
Yence Lusele Thrusis
Lweki
Yona Radion

On'Umba David
Hyumi Ehuki Benjamin
Lokanc1u Circuit
Lokandu Akasa Alphonse
Ipaso Leproserie Kasongo Andre
penge,. Circuit Asami Mathias
lS!:Q.11L,i Circuli, Panda, Tuluneu Kibili Andre
.k@.i.ka _Circuit, Ktlya TonGoni Akili Nusu mLdre
Bweni I Milanga QUartier Lunganga Jean
Bweni II Mukongo Hukongo Samuel
Tobeki, Kaamba Hongo Henri
Lup(:)mbe
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Kilua.nya Usar..dja Moise
Pembe Dlmba Kailenge, Lurramba Yona Lopongo
Punge Ewala, Kiate Ulinga Elias
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LODJA NORTH DISTRICT
District Superintendent
Ashema Pierre
Missionary Advisor Joe Davis
Council
Chairman Ashema Pierre
Vice Chairman Joe Davis
Station Chairmru1 Ashema Pierre
Vice Station Chairman Shungu John Wesley
District Treasurer Ongendangenda Joseph
Pastor of Station Church Bhungu J. Hosley
Assistant Pastor Udimba Paul
District Lay Leader Uvunt: 11 Andr e
Representative of district supply pastors NGuwa Joseph
Junior High School Director
Joe Davis
Primary School Director Ongendangenda Joseph
ReGional School Director N,guwu Pierre
W.S.C.S. Representatives Lutshl.u:1ba Sh.Lokonbe A.
H.Y.F. Counsellor Taluyamba A. ;Saliy Ren.
Hedi-cal Depnrtr:wn t Wembulua Frangois
Pre"ss Putu Maurice
Girls'home delegate An'Ukunga Henriette
Workman's delegate Shinea Paul
Sunday School Udimba Paul
Missionary Advisors Edith Mt;1rtin, Norene Robken, Norma Hosking,
Jc;ck.H9sking,
Dorothy Davis, Joe Davis,
VlrSlnla Law, Sally Reinecke.
Director of Regional Schools Nguwu Pierre
Women's Work Directress Lokombe Ashema,"
Dorothy Davis.
District Lay Leader Uvunt:u Andre
District Treasux'er Ongendant:tm.de. Joseph
Nurses Wembulua F ,EshiriU N.
Director of Evangelist School Shungu J.
Evangelist School Teachers Wayne A. Culp, Udiopa Paul, Joe Davis, j
Dorothy Davis, Norene RobIcen, Edith Martin.
Junior High School Director Joe Davis
Teachers : Virginia Lm..r, Dorothy Davis, Olela Jean
Kindergaten Lokombe Ashema
Press: Jack Hosking, Norma Hosking, Edith .tvhrtin, Udimba Paul
Boys' Boarding Department Ongenclangenda Joseph
Director of Industrial and Agricultural La,"
Social Evangelism Lokombe Ashema, Uvlali Pauli
Directress of itIoman's special Sally Reinecke
'TI"Y'o,,,,-,h'r'C!o Ti'i1i+.h M:::11't.in.O po '" F n '" N R b1 11 N Hoskin,c' C)
Lodja North (cont.)
Teachers of Station School: Ongendangenda Joseph
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Shinga Paul,Muraba
Jules,Andjudinga PauL,Safi Catherine,
Djruliba Booker} Shonga Leopold
2
Uvungu
Andre,Ukamba Daniel,Tukutshu Louis,
Udimba Paul,Ngandu Antoine(secretalre).
Teachers of Regional School:Epenge Cosmas,Lufungusu Alphonse,
Lungumula Laurent,Upasa Jules,Shaka
mbulu Thomas,Nyembo Gaston,Lokenye
Frangois,Wako Pierre,Emanyama Gilbert,
Deku Albert,Djuwa Joseph,Epenge Joseph
Doka Armand la Directeur Nguwu Pierre.
SECTION DIENGENGA
Diengenga Circuit
Diengenga Shungu J.Wesley
Diengenga Udimba Paul
Students in Bible Utumba,Lunganga,Umekenge,Utema Ambulanga I,
Utema Ambulanga II,Utema Ambulanga III,
Shutsha Esenge,Centre CowBercial,Cordelro,
Luhuhula.
Fundji,Asomelo,Camp,Cadec
Nduku
Yanema, Lukamba,Asuku, Luleka"
Dikele Georges
Undjanga Albert
Tuku Cosmas
Unyumlbi Keli,Unyumbi
Lodi,Djunga Mbalumba
Djunga LUflm
Woka,Lukuki,Onema Yandu
Peng e DiQ1,vo
Ukita Wamu
Manda
Usumba Djamba
Ungeli
Djengula
Lopemba Pierre
Uluku Jean
To be supplied
:tv1aluwanyi Auguste
Nyakundja Alumendo
To be supplied
Pesene Jakoba
To be supplied
SECTION WATAMBULU lVIUNGI
.hQ.ll.9 Cireuit
Shopo, Lumbuli, Ehidi Ludiha Amandus
Kutshulmi, Olomo ,Camp Mpambula Gaston
Ukhungu, Ngondjo, Osenga, Umend jadi Dimandja Henri
Opedi,Usunba,Ohongo,Ohongo II,CaDp Cite,
Onema Lmnandju Remanes
Ekanda Ashimba,Mbiakhumbu,Londjeka,
Wenyi Usungu Placide
Lulekunda,Djunga Kudi Nyekulu Leonard
Konde, Lokamana,Weho ,Luhaka , Lovekaki Alphonse
Etenge,Luhandja,Umena Ukali Hangu Lungundu Mathias
Hyambi, Keng e, LuJ.rut shakunga, Centro
Commerci&l,Camp Policiens Tshula Oscar
Lodja North (cont.)
Usumbu,Djemo,Ngimbi,Sl.uku Sula,Uwadi,tomemba

Luhutame Umatshuha
Hyango, Uk1ll1dji, '.:
Wamu,Onema Usumba
Olomo
SECTION LUSA
Umuma Cjrcuit
Umuma,rnwmbu
t
Nyundu,Uhanga, Doo
Do Akungi,UkJ.ta Shaku,Pene Nguwu,Dombu
Shomba,Tumba,Ona Ahuta,Okonga
Dike,Ngomo,Dimoi,Kolo
Mvula,Aseke
Uma Djangundu
Tang ambuka , Lurnumbu
Lutanga Sopo
Djangu, 6koka,Ekuka, Kumamungu
Fo Wushl,Kh1ll1gu,Komi
Ukandju,Tuhanga
Tokele,Ehondja
Mbulu,Kunla Djonge
SECTION B.A.T.
Unyumbi Cireuit
Welo,Dibungu
Longombo, Kalema, Usha, utur1ba
Upungupungu, Tsehko
Teko
Ukita Lubunga
Engandjo,Uwali,Uhedi
Banda SOko
i
K1ll1ganyi
Dikombe,Ma uku
Onema Ehala
Dihuka , Lun.gulu
SECTION WEMA LUNGIYA
Wema Circll:1-t
Ndjovu Osonga,Ndjovu Konde
Kitanda Ka Hrl:l.da
Kulumbi CJ,,.rcui t
Enyamela,KullU,Ngoi,A Diku

1,tJema, Uvml i
Kenda,Ukita Lumami
Unumbu CJ...:r..uit:
Unumbu I .
Unumbu II
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Udio Paul
Djunga Andre
Ashimbi Joseph
Shango Pierre
Lopaka Boniface
Ulinga Alphonse
Ekedi Helene
Kese Cosmas
Keso Andre
Hundadi Jean
Usungu JUles
EkU VictOl'
Ekala David
Nguwa Emile
Ornote Alphonse
Enyundju Placide
Luhanga Gustave
Ehadi Marie
Nguwa Joseph
Ekanga Remin
Ndjadi Embo Antoine
1'-1bandeke Vincent
Unyipala Leonard
Ekenge Benjamin
Ukito Alphonse
Wutshua Koi David
Soko Norbert
K1ll1ga Joseph
.0kol,m Gasto:l '
Alengo Viccent
En1ll1du Lushi Michel
Ovokedi Georges
LlU1EU Gabriel
Lodj Jean
II II
Lodja North(cont.)
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Lungiya_G.ircuit

Lungiya I ,Lungiya II,Ukutshu Uledi Lumami Thomas
Ukutshu Uledi Mbadjeka Rene
SECTION LUTSHIMBA EDUO PETE
Luhuma Circuit Udimba Lopema Moise
Uleku Kuk<.Ulya Jacob
Mbedjambedja Kukanya Jacob
Luhuma Udimba Lopema Moise
Dib1L1'1gu,Dima DU:;aya Songola Nicolas
Iifgongo Piete ,Kengeti.. Okolo Jerome
Kengeti
II II
Ngimbi Alumba Joseph
Onemo. P ~ e t e Eduo Circuit
Onema Luhanga Nathalus
Awula,Ndju,Usha Atashile Fran<;ois
Tukumbi Welo Antoine
Yanyi, Lm'lolw Unyumbi Albert
LODJA SOUTH DISTRICT
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District Superintendent Eluhu Joseph
Missionary Advisor Wayne A. Culp
Administrative Council
Chairman Eluhu Joseph
W.S.C.S. Representative Endjulu Helene
W.S.C.S. Assistant Representative Pekondaka Germanie
HissioU!:',ry Advisor Dorothy Culp
Pastor of City Church Kasongo Jerome
District Treasurer Nguwu Pierre
Lay Leader of City Church Emundu Paul
District Lay leader Eluki Daniel
Representative of district supply
pastors Aleku Stephan
District &jSecretary of Christian .
Education Shala Michel
M.Y.F. Counsellors Uduoduo P.,Wayne A.Culp
Director of Lodja City and Regional Nguwu Pierre
Schools
Directress of Social Center Norene Robken
IvIatron and Treasurer of Kindergardcn Endjulu Helf:me
Teachers of Primary School Lodja City Shala Michel,Ekokola Andre,
Oldto Ivlarcel,Demurnba Jean,
Djm:lba Elias,Uduoduo Pierre,
To be supplied
Nurses of District Hembo Nyama Louis and Kalema Georges(Place to
10. ter).
Lodja South (cont.0
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OLEMBA SECTION
Pastor Kasongo Jerome
OLEMBA SECTION
Pastor Pungu Albert
Uxumba Circuit
Uyumba Luma Amandus
Fin de Terme Elima Aleku Stephan
Kaupula Unsandja Mathias
Tungumbeli Avutu Maurice
Saka, Nyango,Ushilu Utuyi Lambert
Umayetsha Unanu Antoine
Lodi Circuit
Ladi Akamba
Shuhindu
Kati
Yoto
Diomo Minga
~ i u m i Circuit
Tukumbe,Diumi, Nyangula
Nyama LowoJLircuit
Nyama Lowo .:
Teachers: Utshakoi Boniface,Kuwale Raph.f:lEH,Dsungu Hathias,Mukumadi
Vicent,Ukuma Marcel.
Vangu
Luwundjl
Shele
Ekolo Yulama Circuit
Ekclo Yulama,Ekolo Mbaka
Dikonga
Ana\vela
Kungu
~ k u Circuit
Ukaku, Usambi,Kongo Lomani
YungUl.a
SECTION LDlCHUNGU
Pastor Pungu Albert
lio_tokodi Circuit
Hotokodi
Omote
Dibungu
Dlui
Ashedima, Unyumbi, Utshurflba
Ungudi Elias
Kunga Jean
Konde Jean
Omokenge Albert
Kunga Nicolas
Elombe Antoine
Pungu Albert
Elong e }tInthias
Lodi Mathias
Ulinga Daniel
Usungu Armand
Ekanga Jean
Ulinga Davis
Umelunga Sylvain
Dionga Ra}:Jhael
Dionga Raphael
Djowa Lazaru
Pungu Raphael
Dmukende
Okota Jean
Dadi Frangois
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Lodja South(cont.)
Eduwu 0119Jrra_LutClhe Circ]li t
Onema Lutahe
Okonga Djovu,Shala Ndjadi
Utanga
Tshatuka
Tsheko
Panya Tsheko
Dioso
Umonyo
Lukali
Bayuka-Shangadjali
DivJOko Circuit
Athanas
Kasongo Gaston
Pungn Gaston
Hbutshu Jean
Kebe Gabriel
LUhimba Antoine
Welo Basile
Evanga Pierre
Lodi Paul
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Divloko ,Kanca Ekanga Jean
l'eclchers: Ohadi Andre,Okito Daniel,: Etrcmgun6 Polinard",Lungu.r;mla L.
Ninbi,Utuku,Ana Wosodi,Sanea Ului Frangois
pmendji, CirQ,,1,lit
Umendji
Konga Unyumbi
Umo.. Yotsha,Yanyi
TshunuCircuit

KONDO - SECTION
_ AtaJ;lyoi Louis
Ekuncula Pierre
Luma CC'nstantin
To be supplied
Atanyoi Louis
Teachers: Yuha Daniol,Koi Jecm, Tshcfu Leonard,Djuku Andre
Shadi Shomba Joseph
Yali Nyarl1a Lazaru
Tunbula Circ_\lJ_t
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Kundu Udikila Tokenge Henri
Lodi,Tutulukulu Welo Paul
IJUflbel}$.ngjulg .. Circuit
LUlabehand juln Er:rungu Abel
\I II
Ko to - L u t shimba , KondOSvl(1
BENA DIBELE SECTION
Okit'Olenga Alphonse
.Qnf!u411..QJrcuJ_t
!}du Salambu Okit' Olonga Alphonse
Teacbers Yanyi J:.ndre, Nbukaharilba Laurent, Lumou Joseph, Kul;:anya Leonard,
Wedialumboli Pierre," to be supplied.
Tukir,1bi

Ku1\:u Jean
Vimbu
LunUJnbe Donas
Umenclji Lu KUlla
Vakamba Nehm;1aY
Dibunl.Su - Longomo Utu..ku Gabriel
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Lodja South(cont.)
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,
1llitda Circui.t
L'LU1da, Kumokota
Ekamu &lile
Vala,Mbaka,Eshembe
l'!Iinga Pierre
Wongo,Takedi
Udika Paul
DIBBLE CITY SECTION
Cite BeIge Lokoto Paul
Kabondo,Panya Dibele,UlwTIbu Konga Gabriel
Opolwbo., Tuwamba To be supplied
OlengLCircuit
Olenga,Ewandji Ludiha Albert
Wilanga,Enyuku Etutu Gaston
Pelu CjLcuit
Pelu,Tukandja Mulenga Albert
Yoko,Kavu,Ukunga To be supplied
Wanya Pendu,Tuipolo Nganda Kishi Albert
1.9}:[ELA DISTR,JCT
District Superintendent Duneu Albert
ildrlinistrative COlL1'1cil

Chairman
Dungu Albert
Station Chairman Dungu Albert
District Pastor Oraeonga Joseph
District Treasurer O1ru.ka Jacques
Auditors Okuka Jacques,Ukit'Uhambi
Louis.
Layman Kinyamba Pierre
Director of Primary School Lushima .Harcus Tolimard

Women's Work Directress LHcungu Omeonea
Nurses : Okit'Uhambi Louis, Kenge Benoit, To be supplied
M. Y. F. COlh"1S ellor Kinyamba Pi err e
Women's School DirectI'es s To be supplied
Secretary of Central Prir:mry School Okamba Emmanuel
Teachers: llTIxlyuka Armand,Ctlasmnbu Paul,Kinyamba Pierre,Tarnbwe Joseph,
1;iembo Ny2.lila Jeo.n,Okito Bethuel,Onyand Albert,Eyamba Jacques,
Lundulo. DavislKakese Daniel,Kayembe Fran<sois,Dimandja Emery,
Ral)hae Ch0rles, TshuDu Andre, Dlnmgu Alphonse,
OtshuCH L60n, Lufatakl Antolne, L"utungu DesCa.nd, Lowo Joseph,
TJUkill1da Wemu Gaston, Lurn::l Denis, Nyinr:;o
Charles,Djeka Vlctor,LumuIlbo.. J"ules ,Nganclu Paul(Secretary of

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LOI1ela(cont.)
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Shutsha Circllti
Yanc:;uncla., Lul;:umu Lunr-unga Jean
L111;:esu, Tokonclo Kinuna l\ntoine
Diwc.nbmrfanba OrJoleDba Hodeste
Nc1jnli To be supplied
LO.1l10la C:ltL.Pircuit
LOL1ela City OmeonGa Joseph
Loncla Cit
Y
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Bac,EkUl1
c
u,Can
J
ls & Hospital OmeongQ Joseph
Olua,OsQf:11.}a Q WembolenGa Albert
DikorJEt, Cotocon Kipuki Anteine
LO,ITo , lfbonSQ-8hulu Joseph
Onyanr;on.dOkM.c:.!11ba,Esemo
USlmba Goner
J.\.. ,we.. G ("'1,., ::1 ).,-,-) To be SUljpliecl c .. _.. U.l..I..
Okoko,Luscke Kalu.nga Pierre
Luwenda,Eclinda Hyiango Pius
Olenga,Owala Esc.ho Albert
M runadi Circuit
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Shutsha Pierre
MukUl-Jadi Pete, 8hai OkLU.1.(:a Gabriel
Hevea Kutusongo,Kutosont;o Ekanca AUGuste
Lukr..vukavutOlono Elmns;a Bc.'oker
Senga, Vncll ,'(;nc1o Hon:-so Paul
Owende, Luku.ha, Yindj i, DjakuDbi Hbukahaebn Silas
Alanga Lul:1ane e Andre
Djovu Putu DovlO Alphonse
Ukuku,Koko Hbehadi Franc;ois
Lonyena iyala Pierre
1'1pao'-l. Eke,nga Pierre
Lupetu Luma Antoine
D jlllc2., Kelc..lulu Luhita Alhert
Tongo Shenca Shm:1bu Gaston
Elm.mela TshonEo .l'.ndre
Shenga Wahe Es e1":12. Pe trus
::'.-KCllan(:'8. Hyio.ka EL-:L1e.nuel
MULGA DISTRICT
District Superintendent On' Odinga Fr,::mc;ois

Chairman
On'Udinga
Vice CfiairuC'.n and Treo.surer
Ur:mnbu Victor
.[\'udi ters :. 'T'Uleku Daniel, Lupungu Paul
Gle.uys
Pastor Statlon Church T'Uleku Dnnipl
Representative of district pastors and advisor
in church work Ndjati Daniel
Missionary Advisor
Joe :Ma.\.v
Directeur of Law Ork
Lupungu Paul
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Director of Station Prinary School
HY2.ngo Armand
Director of Regional Schools
Okito Joseph
Women's Work Directress Kunlbe Louise
MoY.F. Counsellor GnooncG. Alphonse
Director of Hospital and Rural Dispensaries
Dinandja Moise
Director of Leper Colony
1\uanatu Albert
Director of Boys' Boardin[ Departnent
fl.ndre
Directress of 1/JOT'1CJD'S Schc_'l Ekoko Veronique
kssistant Directraas of,Wo6en's Sch001 AL1buDetshaka T' Ulelcu
li1ssionary f,dvisor of WODen's Scho,)l Glao;s Maw
Directress of W.S.C.S. District Ekoko Veronique
Directress of W.S.C.S. Station kJbupetsl12.kJ. T'Uleku
Director of Industrial and f.gricul turo.l Joe Haw
bssistant I)irctcr " " II T'Uleku Daniel
Admiaistrator of Hospital Lulen(; i SaImel
Satation
Director of Prir:12.ry Schocll Hyango l\.rDand
Director of Re:- ional Schools Oldto
Director of Dimandja Moise
Director of Colony Apanatu Albert
Directre.s:::: of \tJanen's Sch()ol Ekoko Vercnique
Administrator Hospital Lulengi SaDlwl
Director f In:::',ustrial Dopart:"lOnt Joe }fbvl
Directr::,r of Industri11 Dopartment T'Uleku Daniel
lvIissiom:rv Advisers for L.ll Depc;rtnents Joe Haw & Gladys Haw
Directress of's Ekoko On'Udinge.
l''Iissir)nr,ry fr:r HrX18n' s vr()rk Gladys Haw
Directross of Social EV8.ngelisn Ktl.r.;bi !diss.
1viissionary l ...dvisnr for Socir..l Evane;clisn Gladys 'Haw
Dire;:;tress of Girls 'Hostel " Nyaundu UIJ1.lr:1bu
Teachers: Manya ilndre, U':.11.tlbu Victor,Lupunc;u Paul,OrJeonGa Alphonse,
Imt8ine,Kur.1be Henriotte,Dience Antoine, Nonge
Bcniface, Ka J can, Ki tete Hoise ,vJcnba Kun:c;u L.;-]o.ndus,
NC;ulu Frs.nc;ois.
Teachers
of . iCl11l1 j t,' Enga
Glluert,Lukcsu ,UdlLliJa lsh",kc, Franc;ols,On (J.!:Jnk'i. Jean,
Burgent1 Lota Michel, Lunan13u Andre, ShtUlgu Fr,?,nc;cis,
Wc;tshi Raynond, I::ihonc;any;::. ThoDC'.S, TQS1Yl;jU R:lphc.el, Uluku Gabriel,
2..1"ldu Michel,HiL.:>"n:)u Os C[lr, Uwtlndj 'Unciu ArDanc1, Lukancla Pierre,
Kitoko JC8.n,OQ ._ Alphonse, Pierre.
SECTION I

MukunC. j i, Usanr;cmd ju, Djulu Albert
Uhele Punc;u Daniel
L11t'lungu Lukan;;aka
Tsheko Lcs.w,i,,, Fr"'ncois
) Ll I-/C\, (-.. J
UkUl1.U,Oscdu Ona Dikonc1o Jr)seph

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Leper
Ndjuka Deku
Okoko, LUJ:.1anz[:.kana
LO'n" ..1. '"' 11Y"" ew, "4's r, nr:''' .. \_.. "11' V '" bC.. l.!J c .......
Djalu
Yano.pe, Lule.tui
TulunF;U, Olew;2. L01"1[;Ul2.,
SECTION II
1..ubef"\l,..Circut.t
Lubefu
Lubcfu (.L.s s istant)
Lubcfu Can1] Etat

i Elngu
One:-1o. Ocl Lv; J. ,N;;anclopule
Luhata Ole, Udall:\., \lJ1..111[;8
Oj""1,0 T\ly" "T' 8CDC'" K.. fu"
v.cllJ .11, (.,,1 __,.1.< lLlCc.,J.CI.. L ..
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Mbudj:::.,8hutsh2. Djw"ldu
8ho.n(;0 Dj i,Shulconcli
EWfl!::;:;c:.. Dj 3D.Y1C1n.
Ndjok'Utenc1e, Ulolo., Dshil'1::'Untu
e K,:..:rliJu, Okou;;c
Dtshicba Djadi,Djonbc
e andu, Boboyi
it2.1 Porscnnel o.t dinGo.: DL1G.ndja 1'10
(:.. tor) ,Usango i:..rDGnd ,KG. t2.ku Paul, Ulu..1{:u
Utshunba Rebcca ,YeDe. Helene,AshenCl :tvbdel.e ,
8ile.s 0
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Rurr' Dispensr'.ries: JGseph, UnUlJU Frp.n<;;ois,
Hc,ternity: Be2.trice, Louise.
Leper Colony: ApaDatu L.lbert,Ukit'l l\Tcljcka Jeseph,NYC'J1di
l..VNDll. DISTI1ICT
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Eichel
Atende Ii.lbert
T Louis
David
a seph II
e Andre
jn
Koy
Ndj
Shcoba
Koy
Luku
e
o(Director) ,
ent
Super
Lew vJcr}\:
PriJ1.c:lrY School
of Rosiono..l Schools
Musou
e
Huseu Er"lile
Tuncla i..nelre
Okc:;,ko Nichel
Lodi lvlichol
Luho..to.. Daniel
To be suppliou
Oke:lm liichel
UDUIlbu Andre

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Wor::lOn Work DirectlJess
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M.Y.F. Councillor
Director of Hospital
Ad!:linistrntor of Hospital
Director of Leper Colony,
i .. ssistant Director of Leper l.Iolony
Director of BoyslBonrdinr.:; DepCtrtraent
Directress of Girls' Hostel
Directress of Wanen's School
Directress of W.S.C.S. Station
FOreJ:1UIl of Industrial Depart:lent
Missionary Medical Advisor
Missionary Advisor on Church and Industrial
Work
Missionary Advisor on Wor::w"n" s and Social Center
Work
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To be supplied
Ukat1ba Daniel
Tunc1a Andre
Ukit'Onbahe Pierre
Kitete Pascal
Lunr
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s eph
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Lokonga Raffet
Ma'.1ba Yohadi
}1bu Henriette
Mbu H. tL.kaki Marie
To be supplied
W
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.6. Hughlett
lil.H.Lovel1
Mildred Lovell
Teachers of Station School: Okoko Michel,Yenba Nicolas,U1{:amba Daniel,
Shongo Antoine
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Koi Abel, Akaki Hnrie,Lo1;:one;a
Raffet, ODana Reneste,Lomena Jean,EnanclJu

Teachers of Regionnl Michel,Usim?i
Akasa Ar.,and,Songu RaphaeliMungl Mlchel,
Mulenda Cosnas, Ulu::). Raphae ,Omende Abel,
Lonena &-:ile, Lukunu? Luhahi Ehile, Lukusha
JosephlosonGo Albcrt,Djulu AberttUkundja
Raphao tLufudu ?ierrc,TalunsEl. Gilbert.
Nurses: Tunda G. Andre(Director),Ukit'Ohanbe Picrre,Lokoto Frangois,
Unya Gaston, Ulmmba Leon, Kaloncla DaL1as,
UcaauObu Cbarlos(secretary).
Leper Colony: Lungtulga Joseph,Kitete Pascal,Shetlbo Frangois, D enga Marie.
Utanga
Wenga
Tshupa DiE::fu
Ongeri (teacher)
Lupitadi la Sudi
Lupitadi la Nr:relu
Kimoi
Weta
Yu.mambudi
Kintanbwe
Usangu
Lowe
KisanGa
SECTION AKUTSHU
Elenbu Pierre
Mumba-Djanba filltcine
Luka1i 11.bel
Osonc;o Albert.
Djat:L Thomas
Mumba Djanba ,Antoine
To be supplied
Lwernbo Michel
Senga Albert
SECTION l ..LUBA I
Luhata Daniel
Djekambo Albert
Okombe Fran90is
To be SUppllGd

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Tunc1a(cont.)
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SECTION KIBOlYD30
LW1U1l1bo..

Belc;ika
City Oloke. Pierre
To..ko..nJ.a Jean
Biali Piorre
GeOrgeS CJrcuit
Mar-I:-2. G60r;-;os
Lokenye
Mundeke
Ki
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lumba
Bulenda Fran<;;ois
i..;nmatu Joan
W2D;:;ul"LL:.'1 Dovoll
be supplied
WEMBO NYL.1IU'l. DISTRICT
District Superintendent On'Okoko M2.rcus
Adnint s tr--"''1...t i il
ahairf.}Q.n On' Okoko t'12.r cus
lYlissicnary Siksay;C'i-rGl "Cr?wdor,Larry
Pleinnnn, S::111y PlelY.lann, .l;!;thel Horn t,
Ste.tion Ch<:drLICln
Vic e Ch2irmo..n
District Treasurer
Pastor Station Church
W.S.C.S. Reprosento..tivos
Director of Soconclo..ry School
Director of the Secondary Schr.ol Boarding
DopartDcmt
Director of Station Primary Scheol
Director of Rociono..l Schools'
Director of Institute
Director Industrial & Depts.
Director of Hospital
Administrator of Hospital
Director "f Rur:::.l Dispens::',ries
Diroctress of Girls' Hostel
Directress of Maternity
Directress of Wonon's Scheel Clnc1 Social
Center:
Director of Christi.:::tn EducC'.ticn
M.Y.F. Director
M. Y F. COw""1cellor
On' Okoko Ivl'lr cus
Oner:1a Joseph
Kimbulu Paul
Dikitele l:ichel
M. tKitutu M.
Luhr.hi ErnIe
DoUClcts Croit!der
OsaLlbo.. Albert
KiD::)1.11u Pal:U
Ra:)hael
Larry Pleinllnn
Koi PQul
Lunbu Michel
Ncljlldiyu Hoise
Uyaka V.,
Carol Siksay,Uhandju
Yema Luhnhi &Ekoko Onena
Utmnsuo Albert
OrJonya Andre
Lo..rry Plc:;i:Jo..nn
Wenba Nyama(cont.)
Director,off Secondary Schoel Luhahi ElJile
Teaching personols: Mr. & Mrs Cro\vdor,Ethol Honfelc1t,fl.huka Andre,
T' Olela Marcus, Onen'). Joseph, Larry PleL"Jann.
Director of PriDo.ry School OS2.m,ba Albert
Director Assistant T'Okenso Raphaol
T02.chors: Ononya i.Wclr.e
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LohCSO P2.ul(Ta Lu...1cusha Albert,TalunQ;a Albort,
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Ncljokapa PaUline, Wungu ll.lbcrt LukC'..la Picrre,Akenc1a MCLrie,
Poi Julbert, Oboi J')seph,UhekClii Frnngois,TobonGe Ccryllc,
M"',ric KU1:11:::i.
Institut NevlCll Booth Section: T' Oken2;e Raphnol, Wotshuku.nc1o.. Albert,
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Tuko.yi Bon. Kobo Jc;soph, Tawushu Jean.
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Kinc1orr;arten
GUardi,"',n Yandju Marie
Nursos: Koio Paul,Lumbu Hichel,Sc:,nanguet Paul,On'Ekoko iindreJ.WeDbo-
Nyama Georee,Onc:cmc1an30nc12. Jaseph,Kunca Frangoislulundu
Paul, Tec1ihe Michel
Nsono.. .i;l.ntoino,T'Ulcunci.a Rone, Esene. 1:!isther,DllJancLJa JOC:'cn,
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Akondo J o:?n & Snrn.h.
LabaratorylTbchnician LClsono..
DCr.l;t:.a.l. ,.PIini0 Un' Ekoko iwdre
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"idwiv!lc e Uhanc.1 ju Elise.bethe, Usnku Consto.nco, Upnnc;u .i\lphcmsine,
Kunbi
Hospito.l Chayl'1ins: Kinbulu Chc.rlos, LunlUL1b.'.l J. Lupe.nu Auguste, LunUL1be'
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Andre,Lunbclilu Nicolo.s,Wetshukunc1a Auguste,Lukanc1ju
P 't 1 C'h l' Jacob.
a Hc'l.P :\J.n of l,IIe1',11:::0 Nycx,la Pr.stor Lunul':J.ba JeroDe
SECTION
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Ou' Okoko Pierre
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Djel""U1runCo Pierro Ndje.te
Scho,:,;l Una-Lun: J::I;3c:ph, Mois6,Lunbelelu Nicolc.s
TlU'J!1ndji
Diuan::'ja Shgnr;a Cirg..Jl.:lt Uson,:o
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Di[;lo.ndja Shence;" Ulunr;u, Puh2.nyi, Nc::mc1u
TlU'Ji)CL, LWJo.nG.8. .
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Djulu Okonda Alphc:nse
l<le;Jbulua Ul-dtanbnlQ Po.ul
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Utuhe lJWl Dj ola
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Luho.kn Joan
Ncl ju, Teke, Ono. DikonC:Lc Luhaka JCf1.n
Teachers: K(1 tshi Enery, ErJ2.;JiJulu, Unyu'::1Qnr;n IvIichel,Po.su G2,ston,Lokulc, A.
Uun Lu.t<:ulu Joseph, Ll)JJ'W'Jbo. P:'.ul.
Hurso To 1)0 supplied
Dinta Okito. Shuncu be sUjJplied
Wembo Nyana (cont.)
Tjl, S1J.IlLl?J1J2..i.r cuit
Loteta,Opondo, Yenee
Wungu
Okonbe
Dikungu
Lutshl:du
Uduku Circuit
Uduku
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Okitana Polycarpe
Kapulu
Olela
Shuneu Andre
Lunula Jean
Ta Mvula JeroDe
On'Enba Andre
On'Ernba Andre
School: T'Ulani)a Jerc)J]e,Huher:Jodi Jules,S2JJ.ba Paul,DjaDba Rene, Unukendi
J. Tasunbu Michel, Lunc:ayu Andre, lufanGa Joseph.
Tusu.r;lba Ehangn
Kucli,NtU:lakungu,Lukurnbu Atuku
Djanba,Lungu,UDke
S<'..nangu<l. t
Sananc;ua, Ta NyirJa, Yi:J.DU
Okongolo,
Ngeli
Otete Circuit
Ot otc-;P"ungu, Ako!"lbo , DiO!:1bu, UkulunGu
Lu..'k:al1, Yang a ,Ndala, Tshunba-Dungu
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Uldtudi1:1ba Circuit
Uk1tudinba-;Wcri21juiune;u, Kudi, Udiku
WODbo NyaJ:1a Kalona
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Schr:: 01 : Letshu Arcand, T' Asa Jean, Kc:.sulo
Shuncu Gaston.
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Lotolot"l2.., Esuku,Tur.lanQ,T:l Kulc.,AdiCT1a,
R'Ulinga:
Nurse
.kJ21.kei.G......9:i.rcjlit
So.nba Paul
On'Enba Andre
To be supplied

11'11
To bo supnlied
YeDba PQul
- 11. II
" 11 .
Uvl2.nc1ji Ndja.ti Albert
II " II
UmtU'.1bu Joseph
Lukandu, Ulangi Sanuel,
Ulin:;3. Daniel
Kitete Albert
Unyunbi Enilo
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School: Kasc:nGo AlPhonsel Mukc..ngn Leono..rd, T'UnyuIJbl
A. Or.m Ko i Niche
__VJ3_tU:lba Circuit Dendi Jeren8
Us1lr:
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ba,Cite Ekonyi, Coton ""
Scho,)l: Memba Paul, Tusul1f.;o Paul19na-Lokenge Fro..n<;sis Joan,
Lane. Jean, Una-Lokonce il. :x)rt, Yokelw Andre, Jeannette.
f?_QE.F -K0.:h.JLi1"'9 .li..!
Yirlbu Keten;o II Oldta LW"jD.r.J.i Pc:. ul
Yolo, Piorro
Lot')kola
UnYtUJrJo, LtU,1D.na, To bo supplied
Nurse Yc.nyi Jonn
Wembo Nyana(cont.)
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TaDbwG Circuit
Vlenanbulu Joan
Tnrlbwe ,DiaxrliJu, Dihata, Fundji,Matu SonGo
. II ,. W
Lono;:]be, Mbali,UnYClDboko,Lon'a Kof
Nc1j&c1irmcljo.. Albort
Nurso Yuba lIcrand
T02.chors: UtShUl,:i Andre, Prml, To. vlunY2- JOQn,
T' ArI1nnd.
T02.che:rs sf OnY,:J,;-11)oko: Oki to, . il:: Pierro, Uktmdn.
LU......,
Qhl"'''' P"'n"
t.;
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S1.-.in7;"1
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Fl'
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j i, Dikolm, Uluta, Lnhe,]a, Ukukn, LunCc1d, II II II
Shulru, L:J,he;:m-Ernmcu, " II II
01"O:J,lo.'.. ')..Q.._C_l',_r,,_C,J.,l l',_t_ v ' 'f 1
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]r;nnsa-Shunr;u Koi2 11.11;::--, Nvuln, Akun2 , II II
Scheel: Ta Sunbu ll.lbort, Ukunr;o J:.lnuI'lco, Ohcnc;o HUJldoko Hoiso,
Kit,)ko Philippe, Di!J2.ndja Joseph.
Ta Lotshu, Lu..kutu, 'Uhurn, LU:(lnpa, KinynnbCl :4rtlancl
Djl..1D.:::;o., Ur.1angn, Wo.li, Diknncta, Kcubo Lel;:. .JO II II
Din0:un(lu, Shuncu-Okoli, Kfttshi, Tn II II
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Diolw Okit'E:Jbi We:":1:JC Victor
Nurse WenlJi '[vlichel
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y CJt.f!;.P__QJ.r.9J;tJ..t
Daniel
Krkn-L,",'O"ll"
1-<'_'1..
D"'ll"l
l) ".,
L
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1C'UJl
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l" DJ"
_:'" , '-. LA,
If It II
DE1C',ngn
Nurse KnYQ Albert
Ukunc: ' Okoko , ,Lluln Wu.::l:::-O i.r,lc:.nd
UC
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,lUL1b,ii ,Otepo., \Vatu, Lu.:,"nnu, Dikunc.lo
Uk-unr'lu l"l IT Vr,},vi Ul,.TtCll'
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Tn i Do.niel
Voli Circuit labort
L'U1runlJ=r-Lc7"ncllc. Url[m;.;uo IIIb2rt
Scnr-'''l \",j. LOr1l' I....,; \"", , Kin'JT!]''-;'ll,)(l
Jr'..r::nn, Hulonda Do.niol, Ns2..nc1u El1ile, .... __
On'li..dji J.
Ufuku Veli KQsskc, P[cul
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T' Olon:-:2. Veli T8.sa P:'"',ul
Lutshe'Vcli
i.nclre
Putu Vali Pierre
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Ivlukanc1u Anyi i COS:'1QS, T' ASEl ,-.Ll, "-,,l,..... e 0 elJ ,
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To. i.lljh';l1se.
Nurse VJetshukunc1o. Jules
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Shilu Circuit Shlll1rcu Dnniel
j ovu I
II II
Du...Ylyr; TCOhek (, i i
U '-\0' -... , 11 II
To. Funbn Daniel
V/er.l -iJ:YT'tl,}']("l J G[tn
Alphonse
Dihuka, Tshd;:(), Dil:uku, Wunc1u, V".lE:., LUL1bi To be supplied
Ono.-WeL1bo
II II
KunCo., Tshur,m.
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APPOINTEMENTS
Chairman of the Ca'Jinot: John Wesley Shunr;u
Secretaries of the C inot: On'Udincn Franqeis, A.J.Reid
Field Treasurers: ,{I,lfrecl Roberts, Albert, John Wesley Shungu
Conference Secretnry of Evangolisn: Jce Dnvis
Crnference CCUl'lCillors of Christie..n EcJ.ucaticn and Ycuth Work: OneLla
M:utin, Ethel HO:-lfolc1t,Okit'Ohaubi Lc)us.
Conference Tre3.surer: John W. Shungu
Ass iste..nt C-::::l1forence Treasurer: Mus eu Euile, E;-1undu P<1ul
Director of Transport: Larry ?leimann
DentC:.l Wcrk Director: Hu.":h Deale
Adviser of
iC<11 Service: W.S. Hughlott
Teachers, Unic)l1 Seconc.1e..ry Sch-xll ,Kil tuiJue: Norris, Evanc;elyn Lowis,
John P. Alexc::.nder,John ::1.l1cl Ivlctry Jan8
Trustees, Unicn SeCr)flClnry Sch'Dl,Katubue: Luhe..hi Emile, Joe Davis
Alternnte Trustees: Kelly
Teachers, 'rheclo-;ic?.l:Dan Jut.y Il.daJ:1s
Perscmnel, Kinpose: RoiJort and l-furiel tillite, Dc;rcthy Gilbert,Dr.& !vIrs.
Frllsor,
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Personnel, LECO, Leopolclville: In::1Gs (111el NClrtha Stevenscn
Personnel, TRl...FCO, N::lirobi, KenYll: H.T. tvl&chlin
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Conference P:,:' intinc: Press: J::lck Hoskin:,,:, Dc; iY.1J8. Paul , Edith
M2.rtino
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CCrnference Lay UmUIJbu Victor

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Legal Represontlltive: John Wesley Shunt;u
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Vicl) Leg2.1 Reprosentntivos: Wetshi Victcr, JOG Dnvis, W.S. HUGhlett
C.P.C. Council10rs: Luh2.hi Etlile, Lorerln Kelly, Tundn Andre
C.P.C. Alternate C.uncillors: ?r;.ul, ltbY:':18 i Culp, t'ietshi Victor
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- Museu Enilo.
Genernl SecrotClry ('1' C.P.C. Pierre
Conference Sch::ol Inspcctr)r:
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Assistant ConferenCe Sch 1 Token', e Raphael
Trustee Union Lorena Kelly
Pilot: Hnrold Anstutz
Conference Construction Inspector: Larry
Editor: Tnluyan:x:1.
Assistant Eel tfJr Nor;cln skinc:
Ec1i torial BClnrd J(.11n W. Shunru, Ngmvu 2iurre, 1.sheL12. Pierre
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Correspondents: Enanbulu Jean Kc'ltako Ko:nbe
Letshu Abel Kindu
l'J;:-:uwu Pierre Lodja
Lo,11ela
Lushin3. Mnrcus HinGn
Dionca Antoine Tunda
Lok:.nf:;o Raphael Wenbo I\Tyana
Corr e sp::.nc1ent s ether ChUl'ch Pu:-;licatinns:
Africa Christicm Acivoco..te:Sally PleiL10J1ll
Ch..r isticm te Dorothy Dnvis
World Outlook Dorothy Davis
Together Dorothy Davis
CClr'o .tviissi,:n News VirGinia Law
Meth'c1.ist WC);:mn Ec:ti th lvb.rtin
Sunday Sch'ol Lessons: t--hrtin, Taluyanbn Al:Jort, Norene Rooken,
Dorothy Culp.
Specic::.l Ap]Jointrl0nts to work in athol' Conferences: fury Bozenan,Dc1nalc1
nnc1 Mn.ry Collinson, Mar jorie Hurray, Dr. and Mrs. HW;h Deale, Mr. and
HI's. Charles Lel-Ie.stors, Hr. and Mrs. RaY;JcnLl Itlatson.
Other Special ApP(,intDents: Dr. and lVlrs. Bi tsch-Larsen, lVlr. anel Mrs.
Alfred Burlbr''Lw{h, Rev. nnc1 lvII's. Ha.rry Spenknc.n, Dr .s.nd HI's. Robert
Festern2,cher, Rev. HI'S. Charles Reeve, Rev. ane 1'1rs. Marshall Lovell,
Rev. anel Mrs. Kenneth J,)nesf. Rev. Echl8.rcl SEli th,Mr. and Mrs
David Walkor, Hr. fill'S. uhQrles 1leaver,Rev. and Hrs. L.C. Jr)hnson,
Rev. and Mrs. Georce ThcDQS. .
Miss ionaries (cn Rer;u12,r Furlcur;h: Al1.. YlirYlae 'w'hi to, J,cU:1OS 8.ne: Kc'l.rtha
Stevenson, Rev. i'lrs. J8.ck D. Gc-rhnu, Rev. and Hrs. D2.vicl Cobb.
Missionaries in Speci8.1 StUL1iOS: J8.ck and Reitz, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Hugh Fraser.
New Missicnaries lJl1c.er Appointr!1ent: Karon St0kes, Dr. [md HI's. Isely,
Dr. ancl Mrs. Kinrsbury, ei[;ht A'3s, Dr. ccnd Mrs. ROfcr
Otetela Study: Lerry o.nc1 Sally Pleino.n, Dou'Ilo.s o.ll.Ll Zlo.ive Crcwcler,
Stanley ClnJ Jc'anne M2.U3 hl in, Wilyno 2nd thy Culp_
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Fin.B.S.
Appointments
Years of
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Name
KATAKO KOMBE
Emambulu Jean
Luknli Raphael
Ngande:m3ma Jean
01ekonya Paul
Shango Pierre
Omana Andre
utumba Samue1
Umandjela Auguste
Koi Gabriel
Shungu Joseph
l\INDU
Akasa Alphonse
Diongf\ 4.lbert
Lodi Michel
Wetshi Victor
lODJA NORTH
Ashema. Pierre
Odimba Paul
Shungu J.W.
1,QDJA SOUTj!
Eluhu D. Joseph
Lokoto Paul
Tolenga Alphonse
Pungu Albert
LOMEIA
Dungu Albert
Omeonga Joseph
Shutsha Pierre
JjINGA.
Dendi And:e
Kasongo Jerome
On'Odinga
T 'Uleku 1
Udimba Lopema H.
Ndjati Daniel
Wemba Kungu Amandus
Djulu Albert
Ent.B.S.
1930
1951
1923
1931
1941
1929
1939
1942
1935
1924
1945
1945
1935
1941
1930
1950
1937
1936
1940
1933
1944
1935
1942
1929
1939
1946
1934
19"'.5
1941
1939
1931
1933
1932
1955
1925
1933
1944
1931
1942
1944
1937
1926
1947
1947
1937
1943
1932
1955
1938
1938
1944
19J.5
1946
1936
1944
1931
1945
1950
1935
1947
1944
1942
1932
1936
Served
5
3
10
6
6
7
5
5
8
14
5
5
7
5
5
...
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-,
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4
5
7
8
9
10
6
8
3
4
10
3
7
6
8
9
Service
30
10
39
31
20
33
22
20
27
35
17
17
2a
21
31
11
26
26
20
28
17
27
20
30
19
14
23
17
20
22
26
20
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Pastoral Records
Name Ent. B.S.
Years of
erved
Service
I!I!ill!
,
28
E1embo Pierre 1934 1936 3
Luhata Da.niel 1929 1931 7 33
Lukala Alphonse 1936 1939 5
25
Lungunga Jean 1945 1947
6 17
Mulenda Fran. 1926 1928 10 36
21
Museu Emil 1941 1943 4
01eka Pierre 1949
1952 4
12
Osongo Antoine 1949
1952 5 14
Lukala Alphonse 1936 1939 5
25
WEMBO
Dendi Jerome 1926 1928 7
36
Kenyamba Armand 1942 1945
7
19
Omanguo Albert 1948 1950 5
14
T aKoi Daniel 1934
1936 5 28
Um' Okoko Pierre 1942 1945
3
19
8
Um'Okoko HareUf.! 1929 1931
33
Upelili Da.niel 1939 1942
3 21
Luhaka Jean 1943 1945
9 17
Ngandjol0 Moj.se 1926 1928 14
36
Lukandju Jacoba 1924 1925
16
39
Dikitele i1iehel 1949
1952 4 12
SPECIAL APPOINTMIDITS
Onema Joseph
1956(Ec.T .) 1959
1
1
Lungi Paul
1958(Ec.T.). 1961
1
1
23
Shaumba Pierre 1932 1933 5
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CHRONOLOGICAL ROLL OF THE lvIENBEHS OF THE
CENTRAL CONGO ANImAL CONFERENCE
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Name
Pre. Conf. On Full Trans Deacon Elder Retired
Rel. Rec'd. Trial Conf. CCAC
tJeid A.J
1926
a heefer ,ti.T
West a.
t?Jf Mtd
{?fg

1926 132
1959
Lovell,E.H. E Tenn.
1
0
28
1933 1945
1928 1933
Kimbulu Charles E CCAC
1935 1936 1930
1942 1949
Lumbililu R CCAC
1935 1936
1940 1943
1961
Aug. R CCAC
1935 1936
1943 1940
1960
Lupanu Auguste H CCAC
1935 1936
1942 1943
1959
Mulenda Frangois E CCAC
1935 1936
1940 1943
Luhata Daniel
E CCAC 1935
1936
1940 1944
Lumumba Jerome R CGAC 1935
1936
1936 1944
1959
Lunumbi Andre R eCAC
1935
1936
1936 1944
1960
Ngandemema Jean E
CCAC
1936
1940
1940 1944
a Townsley, loU. E
Pacific
1937
1940 1940
1938 1940
Um'Okoko Harcus E
CCAC
1937
1942
1942 1945
Hemba Kungu Am. E
CCAC
1937
1942 1942 1945
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Shutsha Pierre E
CGAC
1937
1939 1942 1949
Shaumba E
CCAC
1937
1945 1945 1950
Elembo Pierre E
CGAC
1938
1943 1943 1947
Umana Andre
E
CCAC
1938
1943 1943 1947
Lukandju Jacques R
ceAC
1939
1944 1944 1951
1964
a. Johnson, L.C.
E
Kentucky
1941
1942 1953 1941 1942
01ekonya Faul E
CCAC
1941
1945 1945 1949
Shungu JOlJoph R
CCAC
1941
1945 1945 1949 1964
Lodi Hichel E
CCAC
1941
1945 1945 1949
T'Olenga Alphonse E
CCAC
1941
1945 1945 1951
Unyangunga Paul S
CCAC
1941
1945
1945 1952 1960
Haw, J.H. E
S .Carolina 1942
1944 1946
192e 1944
Dendi Jeromc')
E CCAC 1942
1949
1948 1952
Diulu Albert E CCAC 1942
1952
Eluhu J os oph E CCAC 1944 ?t?
1952
\>1etshi Victor E CCAC 1944 1948
1948 1952
J
On'Udinga Fran90io E CGAC 1944 1948
1948 1952
Davis,J.H. E Kentucky 194-5 1948
1947 194-8
...
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Shungu J .\>1 E CGAC 1945 1948
1948 1952
J
l"hlseu Emile E CCAC 194-5 1948
1948 1953
Ndjati Daniel E CCAC 1945 1949
1949 1954
Upelili Daniel E CCAC 1945 1949
1949 1954
...
J
Du ngu Albert E CCAC 1945 1951
1951 1955
Lukala Alphonso S CGAC 1945 1951
1951 1957
Culp, Hayne E N.E.Ohio 1946 1949
1948 1949
I
a Smith,E.F. Z N.Caro. 1947 1947
1945 1947
Koi Gabriel S CGAC 1947 1951
1951 1955
Udimba Lopema 1:1. E CCAC 1947 1951
1951 1955
Uma Djela Aug. E CGAG 1947 1955
1955 1959
Umeunga Joseph E CCAC 1947 1951
1951 1956
a Reeve,C.\>1. E Georgia 1948 1948
1947 1948
a Speakman, Harry E N.lnd.
1948 1950
1948 1950
Emambulu Jean E CCAC 1948 1952
1952 1956
Utumba Samuol E CGAC
1948 1952
1952 1956
91
i
Name Pre
Conf. On Full Trans. De.e.con Eldor Retired
Rel. Rec'd Trial Conf. CCAC
Ashema Pierro E CCAC 1949
1952 1952
1952
1954
1954
Luhaka Jean E CCAC 1950 1954
a Jones , Kenneth E
Be. timore 1951 1953
1958 1951 1951
Lakota Paul E CCAC 1952 1957
1957 1957
Maclin,H.T. E N .Texas 1953 1953
1954 195.3

Akasa Alphonse E CCAC 1953 1957
1957
1957
Lungunga Jean E CCAC 1953 1957
1957
1957
1957
T 'Uleku Daniel E CCAC 1953 1957
1957
Pungu Albert E CCAC 1954
1958
1958
1958
Um'Okoko Pierre E CCAC 1955 1958
1958
1958
Kasongo Jorome E CCAC 1955 1959
1959
1959
Umanguo Albert E CCil.C 1955 1959
1959
1959
Shango Pierre E CCAC 1953 1959
1959
1959
Kinyamba Arinand E CCAC 1957 1959
1959
1959
1959
Ta Koi Daniel E CCAC 1954 1959
1959
a Onema Joseph E CCitC 1958 1960 1959 1959
1959
a Thomas, Georgo E CCAC 1958 1960 1960 1960
1960
1962
01eka Piorre
4
CCAC 1958 1962
1962
1962
Odimba Paul
4
CCAC 1958 1962
1962
1962 i
Dikitele dlche1
4
CCAC 1958 1962
1962
"
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Osongo Antoino
4
CCAC 1958 1962
1962
1962
""
Lukali RapLcael 3
CCAC 1958 1962
1962
1962

a Lungi Paul 4
CCAC 1<;60 1962
1962
Crowder, Douglas E Holston 1963 1958
19E2 19&.
Hyombo Emil0
3
CCAC 1960 1964-
1964-
1964
Ukitana Polycarp 3
CCliC 1960 194-
1964
1964
Koi Hyango A. 3
CCAC 1960 1964
1964-
1964
E:
-Effective,R:-Retired,S:-6upernumera
r
y;3
and 4: -Third
and fouth year classes,
respectively.
I
a: -Absent 1964 session.
Members of the Conference Who Have Died
in Service
Elder
Died
fionf
Ou Full TriiL
ns
Deacon
1
.ec t1
Anker,H.P.
VJrg.


1929

Ayres ,H.C.
' 1929 1
j
Shuku Joseph
CCAC IS35
1936 1939 1943 1954
Fadia1a Pierre
CCAC 1935 1943
1943 1945
1960
.
. J acop
CCAC 1937 1944
1944
1948
"Ii
1957
j
Kene::no Victor
CCAC 1950 1955
1955
Ngandjol0 1"1Oiso
CCAC 1935 1936
1936 1942
1964
I .
Preachers On Trial
-
I
On Full
Trans Deacon Elder
Name Pre. Conf.
Rel. Rec'd Trial
Conf. CCAC
a Stevenson,J oR. 3
CCAC
1957
1957
1960
Unyumbi Emile
2 CCAC
1961
Lukangaka A.
2 CCl\C
1961
Luhata Fran.
Z CCAC
1962
Ngoi Jean
2 CCAC
1962
Pungu Daniel
2 CCAC
1962
Tukanda Jec.u
2 CCAC
92
Name Pre. Conf. On Full Trans Deacon Elder
ReI. Rec'd Trial Conf. CGAC
Apamantu Jean
2 CCAC 1962
Ekanga Booker 1 CCAC
1964
Ekanga Jean 1 CCAC
1964
Hyango Pius 1 CGAC 1964
Lopemba Pierre 1 CCAC
Lumbe Lambert
1 CCAC
1964
Ma1uwanyi Auguste 1 CCAC
1964
Mbuk'Ahamba Silas 1 CCAC
1964
Okoka Gaston
1 CCAC
1964
Shomba Andre 1 CCAC
1964
Tusuku Armand 1 CCAC 1964
David
1 CCAC 1964
Yona Radio 1 CC1l.C 1964
Missionaries Not Members of an Annual Conference
In Active Service
Arrived il.rrived
Name On Field Name
On Field
W.S .Hughlett 1929
Stanley Haughlin 1957
Violet HughlGtt 1929
Elaine Crowder 1958
Hazel Reid 1930
Robert White 1958
j
v
tildred Lovell 1930
Muriel white 1958
Dorothy Re0B 1931
Dorothy Culp 1959
Edith Martin 1931
Joane D. 1959
Annimae White 1931
Dan Adams 1959
Gladys l'fiaw 1936
Judy 1959
Norene RobIreD 1933
Jack Hosking 1959
Lorena Kelly 1938
Norma Hosking 1959
Ethel Homfeldt 1948
Jack Reitz
1960
Virginia Lm" 1950
Reitz 1960
Dorothy Davis 1950
David Cobb 1961
Dorothy Gilbert 1952
Eleanor Cobb
1961
Alice l'Iaclin 1953
Jack Gorham 1962
John Hughlett 1954
Leta Go:L'ham 1962
Sally Reinecke
1955
Larry Pleimann 1963
Barbara Norri;,
1955
Sally Pleimann 1963
l'f.ta.ry Jane Hughlett
1955
John Paul Alexander 1963
Hartha Stevenson 1956
F'Vangelyn Lewis 1963
Hugh Deale 1948
Karen Stokes 1964
Marjorie Deale 1948
Dorothy vJ alker 1954
Birgit Weaver 1950
Mary Bozeman 1955
Immanuel Bitsch-Larsen 1951
Dorothy O'Neal 1956
Valbor'g Bitsch-Larsen 1951
Donald Collinson 1956
Charles Weaver 1951
Mary Collinson 1956
Nita Fenstermacher 1952
Edlea Jones 1957
Alfred Burlbaugh' 1953
Ray Watson 1958
Mary Ann Bur1baugh 1953
Vivian Watson 1958
Janet Smith 1954
Charles LeMaster 1959
David \-Jalker 1954
Rose LeMaster 1959
Robert Fenstermacher 1960
93
Retired and or Deceased Hissionaries Not Members of
Central Congo Annual Conference
Arrived Retired Yrs." of Died
Name On Field Service
Mary Foremen 1920 1951 31
Mrs. H. P. Anker 1916 1954 38
E.B.Stilz 1916 1954 38
19E)
J.J.Davis 1920 1956 36
Mrs. JJ.Davis 1920 1956 36 19E4
Mrs. Henry Wheeler 1929 1959 30
Mrs. Isabel DeRuiter 1926 1960 34
Max Ritter 1952
1
1953
Mrs. L.C.Johnson 1953 7 1960
Cary Eastman
Annie Laura \-linfrey
Mrs. E.B .stilz
1951
1939
1922 1954
11
24
32
1962
1963
Burleigh A. Law 1950 14 19t4
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