Assistant Bishop of Kadugli Diocese,
Rt. Revd. Hassan O. James



Bishop Hassan O JamesFull Name:

Hassan Oman James Angelo
Date of Birth: 1973
Marital status: Widower/Have 4 children.
Address: Anglican diocese of Kadugli/South Kordfan state/Sudan.
e.mail: hassan.ojamis@gmail.com

Education:-

• Alexandria School of Theology 2008-2012
• Bible School Khartoum 1995-1998
• Secondary school 1992-1994


Ordination:-

* Deacon 1998
*Priesthood 1999
*Ass. Bishop elect 2014 – Kadugli Diocese, Nov.29th.2014. Juba.

Work Experience:-

• Ass.Bishop elect, will be consecrated 19th/April/2015
• Rural dean, Kabuli diocese.2003-2007.
• Priest in charge of Sudanese congregation, Heliopolis,Cairo.March.2014
• Priest in charge of Sudanese congregation, all st. cathedral,Zamalik,2012-2014
• Parish priest in Kadugli diocese, 1998-2007
• Board member of Nuba Bible Institute Cairo,NBIC.2014
• Teaching in NBIC, (Christian leadership, Church history, book of Acts, worship, and cost of discipleship).
• Fluent in, Moro, Arabic and English languages.

My vision is derived from Kadugli diocese general vision, with some additions that are in lined with the main vision in regards to, ministry in this extraordinary situation of my country Sudan generally and the Anglican church of Kadugli diocese in particular{war zone area}.
Upon arrival to Sudan, following cited tasks below should be implemented in Kadugli diocese. “Government controlled area, where moveable and fixed assets of the diocese including the cathedral and see of our bishop situated.

1) Developing in term of training local church leadership, to uphold and keeps the true faith in the church of God.
2) To see strong church in Northern Sudan, where it enjoys discipleship, Evangalism,and wholestic ministry in expanding glory of the Lord in Sudan.
3) And regarding our Internal Province, would like to contribute vividly to see the theological institution of Shokai Bible Training Institute, SBTI viable in training quality church leaders in Sudan.
4) Maintaining vertical, horizontal ecumenical relationship domestically, regionally and globally, based on mutual cooperation with churches and organizations having similar values and traditions.
5) Strengthen ties with Anglican Communion worldwide, and particularly with Middle East Anglican church.
Therefore, my presence in Sudan in this extraordinary situation of war in Kadugli has an important impact for the Anglican Church in general and Kadugli diocese in particular.