Annual General Meetings

Annual General Meetings
24/08/2020 admin


To comply with Charity Commission requirements, we need to reschedule the postponed Annual General Meetings for both The Church Association for Sudan & South Sudan (CASSS) and for The Sudan Church Association (SCA) and the trustees have now decided that these meetings will be held on Wednesday 23rd September 2020.

As the situation in the country regarding the Covid-19 pandemic remains uncertain and there is evidence of the infection rate rising again we have decided that the AGMs should be held using Zoom rather than gathering together. Thankfully our new constitution allows for this. This won’t be quite the same as gathering together but we feel that this is the responsible course of action in the circumstances.

In addition to the usual business of an AGM we intend to provide members with updates on the situation in both Sudan and South Sudan in the usual way. We have invited Mrs Jane Namurye (Bishop Anthony Poggo’s wife) to join us on the Zoom conference and we are also hoping that both Archbishop Ezekiel and Archbishop Justin Badi may be able to join us for a short time.

The following links give the formal notices for the meetings (members should also receive copies of these by post):
Notice of the CASSS AGM
Notice of the SCA AGM (which will follow directly after the CASSS AGM to deal with the formalities relating to SCA)
The programme for the day.

The 2019 Annual report and accounts can be found here.

The minutes of the 2019 AGMs can be found here.

For security reasons we will need to e-mail the Zoom log-in to members who request it nearer the date, so if you wish to attend the AGMs you must be an SCA or CASSS member, register your intention to be part of the meetings and e-mailing before Wednesday 16th September. We will then e-mail the Zoom link to enable you to join the meeting, together with simple instructions for those who have not used Zoom before.

We hope that you will be able to join us on 23rd September despite the unusual circumstances.

Yours truly,
Revd. Ian Wallace


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