Peter & Sandy, married in 1999, have two children, Hannah and Elijah. They live happily in Durban and are currently the lead pastors of (3C) Church.
They have been involved in Christian ministry in different forms for most of their lives, which has included fulltime pastoral ministry since 1997, and planting (3C) Church with a team in 2013.
They lived in Mozambique while helping to establish local churches over a period of 5 years (2002-2006) and continue to work in to other African nations, including Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, and Zambia.
Apart from leading (3C) Church, Peter and Sandy are involved in a number of collaborative ministries which focus on connecting people, sectors, churches and ministries within cities and nations. These include One New Humanity, City Story, and Movement Day Africa.
During 2020 they launched the Africa 2050 Institute, which will seek to gather information, inspire and galvanize people towards the future potential of the continent.
Tito and Liliane Haguma
Tito and Lilian Haguma have lived in Durban South Africa since 2001. Married in 2003, they are blessed with 4 children; Divine, Joshua, Esther and Deborah. They serve God and people in (3C) church as elders.
They have lived in different African countries which has helped them to understand the plight of the African church, and to assist with the solutions to those challenges.
Tito and Lilian are also founders and visionaries of CFF (Christian Family Fellowship) an online Network that operates in 35 different countries, building unity and capacity of church leaders from among the Great Lakes Diaspora.
Together with Peter and Sandy, Tito and Liliane are working hand in hand in the Africa 2050 Institute which will seek to gather information, inspire and galvanize people towards the future potential of the continent.