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Alison L. Barfoot

Provincial Mission Coordinator

Anglican Church of Kenya

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Anglican Church of Kenya

Nairobi, Nairobi Area,

Kenya

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Alison Barfoot.
Alison is the Founder of GMM and its Director of Mission. In November 2003 she was called by the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Uganda to serve as his Assistant for International Relations, a ministry she began in July 2004. Prior to that, she served as Associate Rector and then Co-Rector of Christ Church, Overland Park, Kansas, from 1997 - 2004. Raised in Alexandria, Virginia, she received her Bachelor of Music Degree summa cum laude from Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, in 1981, and her Master of Divinity degree in 1986 from Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania. In 1999 she was awarded the Doctor of Ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC. Between college and seminary, she was the Director of Instrumental Music at St. Stephen's School for Boys in Alexandria, VA. Prior to coming to Christ Church, she spent five years in parish ministry in Western Pennsylvania, four years as a part-time adjunct faculty member of Trinity School for Ministry, and six years planting a new church in Northern Virginia. In addition to general parish ministry responsibilities at Christ Church, she was also responsible for local and international missions ministries. She pioneered Christ Church's partnership with the Sudanese refugee community in Kansas City, established the Kansas City Sudan Support Network to raise awareness of the plight of southern Sudanese and to support them locally. She also helped Christ Church establish a partnership relationship with the Nebbi Diocese in Uganda and the Diocese of Honduras. In these partnerships, Christ Church sent five to six teams a year and received teams of Ugandans and Hondurans in Overland Park each year. Christ Church also worked in partnership with a cluster of churches in Western Haiti. In February 2003 she was made a canon of Nebbi Diocese in Uganda. Alison serves as an Advisor to the Board of Directors of SOMA (Sharing of Ministries Abroad), a short-term sending agency that is called to equip the Church for ministry through renewal in the Holy Spirit for the purpose of transforming individuals, churches, and communities. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for Trinity School for Ministry, and has helped carry the vision of Trinity as a Great Commission Seminary.


ABOUT US

Alison Barfoot.
Alison is the Founder of GMM and its Director of Mission. In November 2003 she was called by the Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Uganda to serve as his Assistant for International Relations, a ministry she began in July 2004. Prior to that, she served as Associate Rector and then Co-Rector of Christ Church, Overland Park, Kansas, from 1997 - 2004. Raised in Alexandria, Virginia, she received her Bachelor of Music Degree summa cum laude from Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York, in 1981, and her Master of Divinity degree in 1986 from Trinity School for Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania. In 1999 she was awarded the Doctor of Ministry degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC. Between college and seminary, she was the Director of Instrumental Music at St. Stephen's School for Boys in Alexandria, VA. Prior to coming to Christ Church, she spent five years in parish ministry in Western Pennsylvania, four years as a part-time adjunct faculty member of Trinity School for Ministry, and six years planting a new church in Northern Virginia. In addition to general parish ministry responsibilities at Christ Church, she was also responsible for local and international missions ministries. She pioneered Christ Church's partnership with the Sudanese refugee community in Kansas City, established the Kansas City Sudan Support Network to raise awareness of the plight of southern Sudanese and to support them locally. She also helped Christ Church establish a partnership relationship with the Nebbi Diocese in Uganda and the Diocese of Honduras. In these partnerships, Christ Church sent five to six teams a year and received teams of Ugandans and Hondurans in Overland Park each year. Christ Church also worked in partnership with a cluster of churches in Western Haiti. In February 2003 she was made a canon of Nebbi Diocese in Uganda. Alison serves as an Advisor to the Board of Directors of SOMA (Sharing of Ministries Abroad), a short-term sending agency that is called to equip the Church for ministry through renewal in the Holy Spirit for the purpose of transforming individuals, churches, and communities. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for Trinity School for Ministry, and has helped carry the vision of Trinity as a Great Commission Seminary.


Gifts from the Heart - Christ Church Anglican

Rev. Alison Barfoot
Assistant to the Archbishop for International Relations in the Church of Uganda


Profiles on the Right: Alison Barfoot | Political Research Associates

Profiles on the Right: Alison Barfoot
Alison Barfoot Alison Barfoot Alison Barfoot is another key actor steering the Uganda Anglican Church toward an oppositional stance on homosexuality. Like Minns, she has collaborated closely with African religious leaders and has been a critical link between hardline conservative Episcopalians and Anglican communities in Uganda. Barfoot served as co-rector of Christ Church in Overland Pass, KS,which claimed irreconcilable differences with the Episcopal Church in matters of theology and scriptural interpretation following the election of Gene Robinson as Bishop of New Hampshire. Barfoot was made a canon of Nebbi Diocese in Uganda in February 2003. Barfoot continues to be one of the most powerful individuals in the Church of Uganda, serving as a key fundraiser. She is also the founder and director of mission at Global Mobilization Ministries, which is headquartered in California but focuses on Africa.


Globalizing the Culture Wars: U.S. Conservatives, African Churches, and Homophobia | Political Research Associates

Canon Alison Barfoot, an American who is the personal assistant to Orombi, claimed to the Washington Times in 2005 that the Church of Uganda's Kampala headquarters lacked working phones due to diminished funding.
"Conservative American churches haven't pitched in enough," she said. Similarly, the Rev. Rosemary Mbongo, the provincial mission coordinator of the Anglican Church of Kenya, which severed its relationship with TEC in 2004, told us that the rejection of Episcopal Church funding had diminished her church's budget. In 2006 she expressed her hope that breakaway U.S. Episcopal congregations under the authority of the Kenyan church "would tithe to help the Kenyan province"-which some have done.23 By crying poor, these churches have been able to increase their funding, now through conservative sources. At the headquarters of the Anglican Church of Uganda, Barfoot administers the U.S. funds and reports back to funders.


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