Mozambique's New Mission President

Mozambique's New Mission President

News Release

The First Presidency announced the calling of six new General Authority Seventies during the 187th Annual General Conference on April 1.  Members sustained Elder Joni L. Koch current President of the Mozambique mission resulting in the calling of a new mission president to Mozambique.

Francisco José de Senna, was called to be the new mission President beginning May 1st.

Francisco José de Senna, 52, will be serving with his wife Maria Elizabete Amancio de Senna Silva. Presently,  Brother Senna serves as a bishopric counselor in the Parque Dez Ward, Rio Negro Stake and is a former stake president, bishop, district presidency counselor, branch president, and missionary in the Brazil Curitiba Mission. Director, Seminaries and Institutes. Born in Ceará, Brazil, to José Augusto da Silva and Angelita Senna.

Sister Senna serves as an institute teacher and is a former ward and stake Relief Society president, stake Young Women president, and missionary in the Brazil Sao Paulo South Mission. Born in Ceará, Brazil, to Antonio éLopes da Silva and Maria Amancio da Silva.

They are the parents of four children.

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