Elder Masse Baptism Sept 2014

Elder Masse Baptism Sept 2014

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

DRC KINSHASA MISSION HAS SPLIT! ELDER MASSE IS IN THE NEWLY CREATED MISSION: REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO BRAZZAVILLE MISSION

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Statistics

Republic of Congo Brazzaville Mission

Following is a list of the congregations belonging to the Republic of Congo Brazzaville Mission of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


Republic of Congo Brazzaville Mission

LocationRepublic of Congo
Creation DateJune 30, 2014
Number of Congregations1 District, 8 Mission Branches


Congregations


Last updated on August 1, 2014

http://www.ldschurchtemples.com/statistics/unit/republic-of-congo-brazzaville-mission/





NEW MISSION PRESIDENT:
On July 1, 2014, our Mission officially became the "Republic of the Congo, Brazzaville Mission." President Elie Kyungu Monga. 

He served as a counselor to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Limbubashi Mission President for the last three years.  He and Sister Monga were looking forward to getting back to "farming" their 60 acre farm, building a home and being with their 4 children.  However, when they received a call from the Office of the First Presidency in March, their whole world changed. 



Sister Vianney Mwenze Monga and her husband, President Elie Kyungu Monga, who will preside over the Republic of Congo Brazzaville Mission; they are from the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Republic of Congo Brazzaville Mission
Elie K. and Vianney Monga
Elie Kyungu Monga, 47, and Vianney Mwenze Monga, four children, Upemba Ward, Katuba Democratic Republic of the Congo Stake. Brother Monga serves as a counselor in the Democratic Republic of the Congo Lubumbashi Mission presidency and is a former counselor in a stake presidency, high councilor, elders quorum president, ward Sunday School president, and missionary in the Ivory Coast Mission. Coordinator, Seminaries and Institutes. Born in Lwamba, Katanga, DR Congo, to Mudyavita Banze and Banza Kalumba Wa Mulanda Banze.
Sister Monga is a former ward Young Women president, ward Primary president, counselor in a ward Relief Society presidency, ward Relief Society teacher, and seminary teacher. Born in Lubumbashi, Shaba Zaire, DR Congo, to Felix Kyela Monga and Alphonsine Mutombo Ilunga Monga.
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Republic of the Congo Facts:
http://www.cumorah.com/index.php?target=view_country_reports&story_id=178


http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865600158/Two-new-missions.html?pg=all

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