Ebenezer Ntlali

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Ebenezer St Mark Ntlali
Bishop of Grahamstown
Ebenezer Ntlali, Bishop of Grahamstown
Rt Revd Ebenezer St Mark Ntlali
Church Anglican
Diocese Grahamstown
In office 2007 – present
Predecessor Thabo Makgoba
Successor incumbent
Orders
Ordination 1990
Consecration 2007
Personal details
Born 1954
Richmond, Northern Cape
Previous post Archdeacon of King William's Town

Ebeneezer St Mark Ntlali (born Richmond, Northern Cape, 1954) is a South African Anglican bishop. He is the current Bishop of Grahamstown.[1]

He trained for the priesthood at St Bede's College, Transkei, and has a Bachelor's degree in Church History and Systematic Theology from Rhodes University. He was Archdeacon of King William's Town until his ascension to the Episcopate in 2007.[citation needed]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Anon (2009). "Ebenezer Ntlali: Grahamstowns New Bishop". Anglican News 1 (2). 
Anglican Church of Southern Africa titles
Preceded by
Thabo Makgoba
Bishop of Grahamstown
2007 –
Incumbent