(Brasil CNSAM). On May 30, 2015 in the auditorium of the Central Church of the Nazarene in Campinas, the graduation and commencement exercises of the Brazilian Nazarene College were held.
There were 24 graduates with a Bachelor’s in Theology, the majority of whom were pastors and two district superintendents, who finished the theological studies in the Seminary. After this academic degree they will have a bachelor’s diploma recognized by the Ministry of Education in Brazil.
Adeilson Guimarães, Nazarene pastor in Campinas, Sao Paulo.
André Alfredo Monteiro, Nazarene pastor.
Antônio Carlos Faquim, Nazarene pastor in São José do Rio Preto, Sao Paulo.
Clésio Ferreira, Nazarene pastor.
Dálcia Almeida, Nazarene pastor in Campinas, Sao Paulo.
Daniel Carlos da Silva, Nazarene pastor in Itatiba, Sao Paulo.
Edna M Tavares Honório, Nazarene pastor in Curitiba, Paraná.
Fabiano Loureiro, Nazarene pastor in Três Lagoas and Northeast Paulista District Superintendent.
Francisco Aureny de Oliveira, Nazarene Pastor.
Isaque Machado, Nazarene pastor in Campinas, Sao Paulo.
Ivair Pacheco, Nazarene pastor in São José do Rio Preto, Sao Paulo.
Jeferson Fernandes da Silva, Nazarene pastor.
João Batista da Silva, Nazarene pastor in São Paulo, capital city.
José Benedito Brioschi, Nazarene pastor in Campinas, Sao Paulo.
José Roberto Eugênio, Nazarene pastor in Campinas, Sao Paulo.
José Roberto Martins, Nazarene pastor in Ribeirão Preto.
Júlio Cesar Portes, Nazarene pastor.
Maria Suely Soares, Nazarene pastor in Minas Gerais.
Marcos Fernando de Oliveira, Nazarene pastor in Hortolândia, São Paulo.
Mateus Andrade Ramos, Nazarene pastor and Paulistano District Superintendent.
Maury Medeiros da Silveira, Nazarene pastor in Americana, São Paulo.
Rogério de Azevedo, Nazarene pastor in Americana, Sao Paulo.
Romildo Perpétuo da Silva, Nazarene pastor.
Rosangela Gonçalves Cunha, Nazarene pastor in São José do Rio Preto.
Solange Ap. Silveira, Nazarene pastor in Americana, Sao Paulo.
Seven graduated with a Degree in Music:
Angela Regina Roncaglia
Deborah Quagliatto Cogô
Eliton Lima de Carvalho
Ruth Guimarães Nunes
It was a very special day for these students, their families and all the professors of the Brazilian Nazarene College. This event shows how much the Brazilian Nazarene College has advanced towards reaching the objectives of being a stronghold for theological formation in higher education in Brazil and the region, as well as being a contribution to the education in Brazil by training music teachers and professors.
Source: Ramon Santos da Costa.
Translation: Evelyn Ovando.